Talent: HUMBLE HARVE
Station: KHJ Los Angeles
Date: February 1, 1967
Time: 1:02:53 (unscoped)
Humble Harve raised the "cool" factor at KHJ more than a few degrees.
The laid-back jock - who would have been a perfect fit for any of the emerging FM progressive rock stations at the time - was hired as the 6-9 p.m. jock at KHJ in February 1967.
KHJ was already a pretty cool place with jocks like Robert W. Morgan and The Real Don Steele, but adding Humble Harve to the mix was a brilliant move, especially considering that he got a 21.0 share during his four years at the Big 93.
Enjoy Humble Harve's first show at KHJ (UNSCOPED) here.
Enjoy Humble Harve's first show at KHJ
(The Don Shuttleworth Collection)
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