Staind's lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist and founding member Aaron Lewis has gone a liffte bit county with his new album. He will perform at 8 p.a.m Saturday at the Paramount Center. Contributed photo.
Aaron Lewis, lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist and founding member of the platinum-selling rock group Staind, has been performing solo shows since he was 17.
Lewis, who has been resoundingly welcomed into the Nashville community, with his debut solo CD “Town Line” entering the Billboard Country Albums Chart at No. 1, will present an evening of solo acoustic music at 8 p.m, July 16, at the Paramount Center for the Arts in Bristol.
Reserved seats are $40.50 and $46.
Lewis returns to his country roots with the song “Country Boy,” recorded with a little help from legends George Jones and Charlie Daniels. “Country Boy” strikes a balance between classic and modern country, and Lewis tells his story like never before.
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