Station Information

Welcome to 107.9 NASH Icon, Chattanooga! NASH Icon offers country superstars from the ’90s to Now. This is a ground-breaking format, playing the biggest stars and the biggest hits in country music from over 3 decades! Additionally, NASH Icon features a 20 Song Music Marathon every weekday at 9 am and plays at least 50 minutes of music all day. Nobody plays more country music in Chattanooga than 107.9 NASH Icon.

Cumulus created the NASH entertainment brand based on the Country music lifestyle in 2013, starting with flagship radio station NASH FM 94.7 in New York City, which has rapidly become one of the most-listened-to Country stations in the nation. NASH Icon is a new distribution platform for Country music’s most iconic artists, driven by Country music fans’ desire for more exposure to their all-time favorite artists from the last 25 years. The NASH Icon format is an important complement to the more contemporary artists that are heard on NASH, its sister brand. Both NASH and NASH Icon stations provide advertisers the opportunity to engage with the passionate Country fan base across a multi-media platform that spans radio, television, digital, magazine and live events.

 

Request/Studio Line: (423) 642-1079

Main Office Line: (423) 756-6141

News Room: (423) 756-1505

 

Physical address (Prize Pick-up) and mailing address:

821 Pineville Road
Chattanooga, TN 37405

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CMA Fest 2020 Has Been Canceled

CMA Fest 2020 Has Been Canceled

Nashville’s 2020 CMA Fest on June 4–7 has been canceled. It will not be rescheduled. The Country Music Association issued the following statement on March 31: After careful deliberation, and in following the latest guidance from national, state and local authorities, we are sad to announce that CMA Fest will not take place in 2020.…

Tennessee Tornado Relief: How to Donate Money, Food, Time & More

Tennessee Tornado Relief: How to Donate Money, Food, Time & More

In the wake of the tornadoes that ripped though Tennessee on March 3—killing at least 22 people and damaging hundreds of structures—many folks are wondering how to help. Money To donate money, visit the Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund, which was created by the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee to support those affected by the…