Radio and television sensation Storme Warren returns to host the fourth annual Nashville Universe Awards at the world-famous Wildhorse Saloon in downtown Nashville on Monday, November 7 at 7:30 p.m. CST. Presented by Gretsch Guitars, this year’s awards show will include show-stopping performances and award presentations by many of Nashville Universe’s finest talents and executives, including 6-award nominee Tate Stevens (former winner of “X Factor” on FOX), last year’s “Entertainer of the Year” and current 5-award nominee 2Steel Girls (formerly of Team Blake on NBC’s “The Voice”), last year’s “Duo of the Year” and current 5-award nominee Trailer Choir, 5-award nominee Celeste Kellogg, 4-award nominee SaraBeth, 2-award nominee Benton Blount (former finalist on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent”), 2-award nominee Nestor AnDress, “Vocal Group of the Year” nominee Southern Halo (of RadioDisneyCountry.com), “Duo of the Year” nominee The Springs, American Young (recently featured on “Fox & Friends” performing their single “Soldier’s Wife”), and a couple of big surprises!
Known for hosting record-setting events such as Nashville’s highly touted Independence Day “Let Freedom Sing” and New Year’s Eve “The Bash on Broadway” celebrations, Warren has been a radio personality, television host, and producer for over 30 years. He can currently be heard weekday mornings as the host of “The Storme Warren Morning Show” on SiriusXM’s “The Highway” and has hosted numerous television shows, including “Headline Country” on Great American Country (GAC).
Established in 2012, the Nashville Universe (NU) was created to shine a spotlight on up-and-coming artists–from musicians to film makers–while also introducing them to industry veterans. The inaugural Nashville Universe Awards were held in 2013 to give recognition to artists, industry leaders, and organizations who are blazing new trails in the entertainment industry. Nashville Universe is also involved in other industry-related events, including presenting an autograph booth at Fan Fair X during the annual Country Music Association Festival (CMA Fest); producing several multi-artist, action-packed, free shows for country music fans and festival goers at various venues around downtown Nashville such as the George Jones Museum; and presenting multiple live shows year-round at multiple Nashville venues.