Hummer of the Week


Rise by Skillet

This week’s Hummer is sponsored by Freedom VAperz.


Nowhere to Hide by Crobot

The Hummer of the Week for next week is…”Nowhere to Hide” by Crobot. Sponsored by GEICO

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Darker Side of the Moon by Otherwise

“Darker Side Of The Moon”, the lead single from Las Vegas rockers OTHERWISE’s new album, “Peace At All Costs”, has…


“Messed Up World” by The Pretty Reckless

Sponsored by Churchland Pawn and Jewelers


Hater by Korn

This week’s Hummer is sponsored by GEICO. Geico, fifteen minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance call 1-800-947-AUTO…


World on Fire by Slash

Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators.  

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