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Hummon puts out new single

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 – Levi Hummon released a new single, "Stupid."

"You're letting someone into your world which is really vulnerable," Hummon said. "I couldn't see anyone else singing these songs because they reflect my life."

Hummon has worked with songwriters including Jimmy Robbins, Shane McAnally, Andrew Dorff, Josh Osborne, Chris DeStefano, Brandy Clark, Tom Douglas and Ashley Gorleys. Hummon also wrote with Steven Tyler on the rocker's single "Red, White and You."

Hummon also has been on the road. Tour dates include
Oct. 26 Midnight Rodeo San Angelo, TX
Oct. 27 Charley B's Lubbock, TX
Oct. 28 Dos Amigos Odessa, TX
Nov. 2 Joe's Live Rosemont, IL
Nov. 3 Joe's on Weed Street Chicago, IL
Nov. 4 The Rave Milwaukee, WI
Nov. 7 The Paramount Huntington, NY
Nov. 8 Aura Portland, ME
Dec. 8 Georgia Theatre Athens, GA
Dec. 9 Mercury Ballroom Louisville, KY

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