The Fourth of July weekend is here and to help celebrate your musical independence, 92.9 WBUF is turning the radio station over to YOU. It’s WBUF’s For the People, By the People!

It's simple -- you all submitted your playlist of four rock songs. Then we chose the best. Now they get to play DJ and introduce their playlist on the 4th of July!

Here are your DJs:

9am - Troy Durrance

  1. Ramones - Sedated
  2. Ramones - Blitzkrieg Bop
  3. Black Sabbath - War Pigs
  4. Black Sabbath - Fairies Wear Boots

 

 


 

10am - Nik Rivers

  1. Steely Dan – Hey Nineteen
  2. Violent Femmes – Blister in the Sun
  3. Eagles – Hotel California
  4. Guns N’ Roses – Welcome to the Jungle

 

 


11am - Clay Moden from 106.5 WYRK

  1. Kansas - Carry On Wayword Son
  2. Quiet Riot – ‘Cum On Feel The Noise
  3. Tesla - Signs
  4. Tom Petty - Runnin' Down A Dream

 

 

 

 


 

12pm - Bart Candino

  1. Rush: Tom Sawyer
  2. Van Halen: Jump
  3. Aerosmith: Dream On
  4. Nirvana: Smells like teen spirit

 

 


 

1pm - Clinton Tucker

  1. Night Ranger Rock in AmericaTrent
  2. Lynyrd Skynyrd Red, white and blue
  3. John Mellencamp Pink houses
  4. Tom Petty American girl

 

 


 

2pm - Bob Scott

  1. DOA by Foo Fighters
  2. Song 2 by Blur
  3. Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
  4. Chop Suey by System of a Down

 

 


 

3pm - Adam Nerdburgler

  1. Offspring – Self Esteem
  2. Pretty Reckless – Take Me Down
  3. Primus w/ Ozzy – N.I.B.
  4. Three Days Grace – Pain

 

 

 


 

4pm Marc Kolbmann

  1. Bring me to life by Evanescence
  2. Long way to the top by AC/DC
  3. Running with the devil by Van HalenSong
  4. Highway song by Greta Van Fleet

 

 


 

5pm - Jeff Puunsmoucher

  1. Motley Crue – Piece of Your Action
  2. Buckcherry – Crazy Bitch
  3. Motley Crue – Primal Scream
  4. Weezer – Hashpipe

 


 

6pm - Michael Saldutto

  1. When the levee breaks ~ Led Zeppelin
  2. Whiskey Man ~ Molly Hatchet
  3. War pigs ~ Black Sabbath
  4. Wanted Dead or Alive ~ Bon Jovi

 


 

 

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