Rusty Humphries Biography
Rusty Humphries is an American broadcaster, conservative political commentator, and songwriter born on 29, August 1965.
His former nationally syndicated radio show, The Rusty Humphries Show, aired on over 250 stations and was ranked as the 6th largest talk program in the United States. Humphries hosts the Rusty Humphries Rebellion podcast.
Rusty attended Mount Rainier High School of Des Moines, Washington in 1983. He then joined the University Of Washington of Seattle, Washington graduating in 1987. Humphries likes to tell people he went to Harvard but only for a weekend.
He has hosted radio shows in New York, Dallas, San Diego, Atlanta, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Kansas City, and Portland, Oregon. He was also named one of “America’s 100 Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts” for 17 years in a row, and he was nominated as “Talk Personality Of The Year” by Radio & Records in 2006. Rusty was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame as its youngest inductee ever.
He was also ranked number 14 in the Talkers Magazine “Heavy Hundred” for 2013. After Rusty’s two “Rusty Humphries’ Salute to the American Veterans” concerts drew a 7,000-person, sold-out crowd on Veterans Day in 1999 and 2000, Humphries was named “Reno’s #1 local entertainer.”
He simultaneously hosted a local show in Atlanta on WGST for 2011 and 2012.
He has also produced five musical albums, including Bomb Iraq: Rusty Humphries Takes On the Terrorists, and Greeting from America: Wish You Were Here, a compilation album made for American troops serving in Iraq.
Rusty Humphries Age
Humphries was born on 29, August 1965. He is 53 years old as of 2018.
Rusty Humphries Wife
Humphries was married to Ami Kathleen until her death on July 17, 2008. Kathleen died after a long battle with interstitial cystitis. On July 28, 2008, Humphries discussed her death after returning to the air.
Rusty Humphries Podcast | Radio Show
Rusty’s podcast, We Review Everything, is cohosted by Orson Scott Card.
Rusty Humphries Radio
He has broadcast from war zones in Iraq and Afghanistan, interviewed Palestinian terrorists, and traveled three times to the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay. As a talent coach and media consultant Rusty has worked with media personalities including, Rush Limbaugh, Ryan Seacrest, Casey Kasem, Elvis Duran, Dick Clark, Scott Shannon, Mancow Muller, Kidd Kraddick, Jeff and Jer, and 100’s other talented radio and TV hosts.
On January 26, 1969, he helped raise $1,500,000 as part of Nevada’s contribution to the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.
On January 15, 1991, he successfully “smuggled” a toy knife, a toy gun, and toy hand grenades into the DFW Airport as an on-radio shock jock stunt. Humphries was arrested for the investigation, done as a personality for KEGL (97.1 FM) based in nearby Fort Worth, Texas.
Where Is Rusty Humphries Now?
Humphries has successfully integrated the online experience with on-air expertise to create one of the most interesting and entertaining podcasts in the world.
Rusty Humphries Net Worth
Humphries’ net worth is not yet revealed.
Rusty Humphries Songs
Sneakin’ Into The USA
Want Him Dead Or Alive
Blowin’ Up Saddam Is The Thing To Do
Fbi Investigates Shooting At Lax
A Little Help From Yasser’s Friends
Teenager In Palestine
Osama Bin Ladin
God Bless The Usa
Pledge Of Allegiance