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Aaron Lewis

Years before dropping his solo debut, the Town Line EP, singer and guitarist Aaron Lewis rose to pop prominence as the frontman for Staind. Coming together in the mid-1990s, the Massachusetts-based quartet has racked up some of post-grunge's biggest hits, including "It's Been Awhile," the brooding anthem that utterly dominated modern-rock radio for most of 2001. In 2010, with Staind enjoying some rare downtime in between tours, Lewis decided to enter the studio and record a handful of tunes. Though he had struck out on his own with the 2000 single "Outside" (recorded during the Family Values Tour with Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst), the new material was a totally different beast. Released in 2011, Town Line found Lewis ditching riff-heavy hard rock for smooth country pop laced with pedal steel, vintage organ and Eagles-inspired harmonies. In a nod to country music's rich sense of history and tradition, the EP's lead single, "Country Boy," contains cameos from honky-tonk legend George Jones and irascible George W. Bush supporter Charlie Daniels. Despite testing the solo waters, Lewis has said on several occasions that Staind has no intention of calling it quits anytime soon.

Aaron Lewis Concert Films

  • One More For the Fans: Celebrating The Songs & Music of Lynyrd Skynyrd

    Various Artists

    Year: 2014

    Runtime: 1 hr 44 min

    Lynyrd Skynyrd, One More For The Fans, was filmed on November 12, 2014, as an extraordinary collection of artists came together at the historic Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA to perform and celebrate the songs of Lynyrd Skynyrd, one of the most influential bands of our time. This unique concert event centered around performances by Lynyrd Skynyrd and features music legends and young talent culled from multiple genres including Classic Rock, Country, and Americana.

    Artists include Trace Adkins, Alabama, Gregg Allman, Blackberry Smoke, Cheap Trick, Charlie Daniels, Peter Frampton, Gov’t Mule, Warren Haynes, John Hiatt, Randy Houser, Jason Isbell, Jamey Johnson, Aaron Lewis, moe., O.A.R., Robert Randolph and Donnie Van Zant. Highlights include a unique rendition of “Travelin’ Man” with Johnny Van Zant singing along with an archival video of his late brother, Ronnie, performing, as well as a rousing rendition of “Sweet Home Alabama” with Skynyrd inviting the entire star-studded line-up up on stage. Produced by Blackbird Presents blackbirdpresents.com
     
     

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