James Howard


Sunny 92.3 morning host James Howard has helped wake up the Chattanooga, Cleveland and North Georgia area since 2001 when he began co-hosting Luther in the Morning.  As a lifelong Chattanooga resident James has shown his love for this community in many ways.

From hosting the annual Caring for Kids Radiothon to benefit Children’s Hospital @ Erlanger, to good will excursions to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Haiti, mostly traveling during his own vacation time, you will find James tirelessly giving his time and talents to help make our community a better place to live.

James has written two children’s books.  The first,”Cricki the Nut”, benefited the Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee and the T.C. Thompson Children’s Hospital. The proceeds from the second children’s book, “What’s Iraq Like Daddy” benefited the children of military personnel serving abroad.  He also co-authored “My Life with Luther” with Holly Abernathy.

James, who also hosts the popular Ch. 9 WTVC program “This-N-That”  is very involved with the Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee, and regularly competes in Chattanooga’s’ Ironman events.

James resides in the East Brainerd area with his wife and two daughters and has worked at Sunny 92.3 since 1993.


James Howard's Blog

Save $$$ this Weekend!

According to the website FatWallet.com, here are the five best things to buy on Memorial Day Weekend, because they have the best sales. 1.  Mattresses.  They’re usually cheaper this weekend than any other time of year. 2. 

Popular Baby Names!

The Social Security Administration just released the most popular baby names from last year.  And there aren’t really any big surprises. Noah was the most popular name for boys for the third year in a row .

67th Armed Forces Day Parade

Hamilton County and the Chattanooga Area Veterans Council will salute military members in the 67th annual Armed Forces Day parade and luncheon on Friday at 10:30 a.m. in downtown Chattanooga. Lt. General Robert Neller, commandant of the

Tater meets the Rock

You have heard us talk about Gabriel “Tater” Singleton many times now. James even ran for him in the Ironman last year.. The 7-year-old is battling cancer and thinks of Dewayne the Rock Johnson as his inspiration.