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Aug 1970Present


Teddy Bart Productions

I consider myself living proof of the Law of Attraction. When I was a young child I envisioned myself as the person I became. As a child I loved the dream. For nearly fifty years, I have loved the life. The transition from dream to reality manifested through the music business. After several years on the road playing the lounge circuit, I brought my piano bar act to Nashville's Printer's Alley in the early '60s. Performing by night, writing songs by day, I had songs recorded by such legendary artists as Brenda Lee, Johnny Mathis and Al Hirt among others. But the broadcasting dream remained an unsettled calling. An introduction to the WSM radio program director led to various apprenticeship duties. For ten years I lived on Woody Allen's advice that eighty percent of success is showing up. It worked! In 1969, I persuaded WSM radio officials to let me host its first call-in talk show. This Biography is courtesy of © 2011 Teddy Bart,  All Rights Reserved


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Nashville, Tennessee, native Teddy Bart has been a voice in the local broadcasting community for over 50 years. As a talk show host, news anchor, commentator, and moderator, Bart has made an impact on many Nashville radio and television stations with colorful and quality programming. Because of his contributions to Nashville broadcasting, he has been recognized and awarded on several occasions. Outside the broadcast booth, Teddy Bart is an author and has recently made the transition into Internet podcasting. Bart started his career as a singer-songwriter and has more than 20 compositions to his credit. In the 1960s through WSM Channel 4, Teddy Bart got his break as host of Nashville’s long-running Noon Show and later hosted Waking Crew on WSM radio. From 1972 to 1982, Bart served as news anchor for Nashville’s ABC-affiliated WKRN Channel 2. In 1984, Teddy Bart rejoined Channel 4 as its weekend news anchor and commentator. That same year, however, he also kicked off Teddy Bart’s Round Table as a syndicated television program on several channels throughout Tennessee. The popular program stayed on the air through 2005. In 2003, the Nashville Broadcasting Association presented Teddy Bart with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his work on television and in radio.Today, Teddy Bart has shifted from network broadcasting to writing and podcasting. He recently published a new novel entitled A Particle of God that tells the tale of a man seeking metaphysical answers to wealth and success. His podcast Beyond Reason, co-hosted by Karlen Evins, examines spiritual, philosophical, and even paranormal reasons behind current fortune and future successes as well as offers insight from well-known authors and spiritual gurus such as Josh Baran and Deepak Chopra. Teddy Bart currently lives outside Nashville with his wife in Coffee County, Tennessee.