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                                              AARON LEWIS GOES COUNTRY

     FROM ROCK N ROLL TO COUNTRY, AARON LEWIS DOES IT ALL.

          COME OUT AND SEE AARON PERFORM HIS NEW COUNTRY

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Aaron Lewis may best be known for his days in the band STAIND but is now going deep into himself and exploring the world of country music. Lewis's new album SINNER is now out and available for purchase. Lewis has a very dynamic vocal range and, like a chameleon, can adapt his voice to just about any style of music. His country is pure and full of down-home, American charm that is sure to delight fans.


Lewis took time from his busy touring schedule to do a quick interview with Rockbandreviews.com. Click the red link button above to hear it in it's entirety.


Here is a brief bio about Aaron Lewis....



At the heart of Staind's loud, angst-laden music are the confessional lyrics and introspective personality of frontman Aaron Lewis. While other post-grunge bands were successful in mining the dark caverns once explored by Soundgardenand Alice in Chains, Lewis allowed his sensitivity to pour freely from his words and often pensive vocals, enabling Staind to strike a balance between heavy metal bombast and thoughtful, melodic rock. 

Born in Springfield, Vermont, Lewislistened to folk music as a child. The son of divorced parents, he chronicled the emotional turmoil in his childhood with Staind, namely on tracks like "Epiphany" and "For You," from Break the Cycle. Like the late Kurt Cobain from Nirvana, Lewis cast an unpretentious, no-frills image, exhibiting a brooding disposition and emotional vulnerability that troubled youths could relate to.

Lewis recorded his first album with Staind, Tormented, in 1996. Staind remained on the fringes of mainstream acceptance until "Outside," a live collaboration between Lewisand Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst during the 1999 Family Values Tour, blew up on alternative and mainstream rock stations a year later. With only his acoustic guitar as his musical backing, Lewis delivered a raw, anguished performance of a song that Staind would later record in the studio for Break the Cycle. The track carved the path for Staind's subsequent commercial breakthrough.

Staind sustained a decade of popularity before Lewis broke free with a solo career in 2011, refashioning himself as a conservative country singer on his 2011 EP, Town Line. He had some success with the album but before he could capitalize on his country career, he reunited with Staind for an eponymous album in 2011. In 2012, he prepped his full-length country debut, The Road, which appeared toward the end of the year. Thanks to the minor hits "Endless Summer," "Country Boy," and "Forever," the album went to seven on Billboard's country chart, and he followed it with another country album, Sinner, in the fall of 2016.


                                            For More information, visit Aaron Lewis's website at.... 


                                                              http://aaronlewismusic.com/