Entertainment polymath Bobby Bones has inked a deal with UTA for representation in all areas, the agency announced on Wednesday (Sept. 21). UTA will help Bones continue to build upon his work in areas including radio, television, touring and books.
In addition to his role helming the nationally-syndicated iHeartRadio program The Bobby Bones Show, which broadcasts to 185 stations, Bones hosts the USA Network series Snake in the Grass. He was previously the host and executive producer for projects including National Geographic’s TV series Breaking Bobby Bones and Opry, the weekly program that offers highlights from each week’s Grand Ole Opry performances. Bones has also served as an in-house mentor on ABC’s American Idol for four seasons and won season 27 of Dancing With the Stars. He is the youngest inductee into the National Radio Hall of Fame.
Bones is the author of two New York Times best-sellers, Bare Bones and Fail Until You Don’t: Fight. Grind. Repeat., and recently wrote his first children’s book, Stanley the Dog: The First Day of School. He previously launched the Nashville Podcast Network, which also serves as home to his own BobbyCast which currently has over 20 million downloads. Bones has also parlayed his sports passion into 25 Whistles with Bobby Bones (A Football Podcast), a 25-episode series focused on college and NFL football. Bobby hosts the podcast alongside singer-songwriter Adam Hambrick, Kickoff Kevin, and Producer Eddie.
Bones was previously with CAA and will continue to be represented by Red Light Management and The GreenRoom PR.