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Published on Sep 27, 2019
Humble Harve Tribute to the Boss Jock who ruled the L.A. Pop airwaves for years.
Legendary Los Angeles disc jockey Humble Harve Miller, who was brought over from KBLA on FEBRUARY 1st, 1967 "to bring a more progressive feel to nights" at KHJ at the dawn of FM radio.
Among the other Los Angeles radio stations Humble Harve worked for throughout the years are KIQQ, KIIS, KUTE, KRLA, KRTH, KCBS-FM, and KZLA. In addition, Miller also worked for WIBG in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1985 and KVI in Seattle, Washington from 1986 to 1989. Moreover, he lent his deep, smooth, and soothing voice to countless syndicated radio specials. Humble Harve appeared in two movies for director Floyd Mutrux as a disc jockey: He's Dr. J in "The Hollywood Knights" and the Beard in "There Goes My Baby." In 1995 Miller was inducted into the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame. Humble Harve towards the end of his disc jockey career could be heard in syndication on various radio stations as well as on the internet with special shows and programs that mainly focused on the oldies. Humble Harve died on June 4, 2019 in Camarillo, California.