Andy harms career Highlights

  1. 17 years of major market radio experience (Seattle, LA) 
  2. Afternoon Drive Host Alt 98.7 - LA (3p-7p)
  3. Assistant Program Director & Music Director Alt 98.7 LA
  4. Director of Music Programming at Revolt TV
  5. Host, Programmer, Writer on Revolt TV show                  "In Harms Way" (185 episodes)
  6. Afternoon Drive Host Alt 102.9 - Seattle/Tacoma
  7. National broadcast host for iHeartmedia 
  8. Host of City of Seattle's "Sounds By The Sound" 


Andy Harms is a Washington State guy that now appears on TV and radio across the country.

Here’s how:

While studying business at the University of Washington, Harms was hired at Seattle alternative radio station KNDD, 1077 The End.   Over the next decade Harms worked his way up to Assistant Program Director, Music Director and full time host.

In December 2012, Harms accepted an offer from Sean “Diddy” Combs to help launch Revolt TV – a brand new music television network that appears in 25 million+ homes.  

Hired as the Director of Music Programming, Harms specialized in alternative, electronic and pop genres and was responsible for identifying music videos and related content. 

From October 2013 - October 2014 Harms hosted, wrote and programmed a daily half hour show on the network appropriately titled: “In Harms Way." During that span, he also co-hosted the network's flagship program "Revolt Live".

After two and half years at Revolt, Harms accepted an opportunity to return to radio full time at Alt 98.7 in LA. You can hear him weekday afternoons in Los Angeles and Seattle from 3p-7p.   

He also serves as the stations Assistant Program Director and Music Director.  In his time there the station has experienced unprecedented success and finds itself cemented firmly as a top 3 station for people 18-34 in Los Angeles.  Harms also hosts national broadcasts for iHeartRadio around the world - most recently with U2MuseMumford & Sons, and The Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Billboard named Harms the #6 rock radio programmer in the country in 2016. 

He recently signed on to host a TV/Web series on the art, music and culture of Seattle, a project co-produced by Visit Seattle and Revolt TV. 

He currently lives with his wife, son and cats in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA.