BBC Radio's Bob Harris Wins CMA "Wesley Rose International Media Achievement Award"
November 2, 2012 at 11:47 AM (PT)
CAPITOL NASHVILLE group LITTLE BIG TOWN presented the CMA “WESLEY ROSE International Media Achievement” award to BBC RADIO’s BOB HARRIS during LAST NIGHT’s (11/1) CMA AWARDS red carpet ceremony in NASHVILLE.
The “WESLEY ROSE International Media Achievement” award recognizes people in the media who have helped contribute to growth of Country music abroad. HARRIS resides in the UNITED KINGDOM and was also the recipient of the CMA “International Country Broadcaster” award in 2004.
“I feel truly honored to receive the WESLEY ROSE International Achievement Award. For my work to be acknowledged by the NASHVILLE music community and to have the award presented by LITTLE BIG TOWN on the red carpet means the world to me. I am so proud to be regarded as a UK ambassador for the music I love and I am thrilled that so many of NASHVILLE's great artists, including LITTLE BIG TOWN, will be bringing their music to BRITAIN in 2013. I hope to serve you to the best of my ability for many years to come. Thank you NASHVILLE. You are the greatest MUSIC CITY on the planet,“ said BOB HARRIS.