Although his position with Staind has always allowed Aaron Lewis to explore his inner rock star,
he also saves some of the most intimate performances for his solo concert dates. His solo gigs are often more acoustically
based than Staind's shows, providing a way for audiences to truly experience the man behind the music. Lewis is ready to show
fans all over the country what he is capable of as a solo performer. Seeing a musician like this in person is something that
the most dedicated of music fans will never forget, the chance to experience a live show that will strike a chord with everyone
in the concert hall. That's why seeing a show live is the only way to do it, and you can do just that by heading out to a
tour date on Aaron Lewis' current tour.
Lewis is set to hit the Vinyl at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas from December
11th to December 14th so he can rock the inhabitants and visitors of Sin City for four consecutive nights. This should be
a fantastic show in one of the most entertaining cities in the world. Lewis is ready to show his fans what he can do without
his band, proving to everyone that he's one heck of a musician. This is a chance for Staind fans to see a more personal side
of the band's front man, an opportunity that you do not want to pass up.
Lewis will also take the stage at Silvery Legacy
Casino in Reno, NV on March 28th. You'll notice that Lewis' upcoming tour has a lot of Casino venues on it, giving the gamblers
a break from their high-stakes betting to take it easy and watch a truly talented artist perform.
About the Artist
Lewis isn't the brash front man at the helm of many rock bands. Instead, he has a stage presence that doesn't have to be backed
by overt antics, proven through his many tour dates with his band Staind. Aaron Lewis' rise to fame coincided with the emergence
of Staind, a group that has garnered significant popularity throughout the country. In addition to being a standout performer
at the band's live shows, Lewis is also a talented songwriter, which developed in the wake of his parents' divorce from his
childhood. His emotionally-raw lyrics caught the attention of fans in the late 1990s, and his popularity has only skyrocketed
from there. Fans of Staind will not want to miss the opportunity to see Aaron Lewis perform at one of his solo dates. Even
those who aren't typically followers of Staind's work will find his solo performance style refreshingly honest.
There's something simply incredible about seeing a concert live and in person that keeps people coming back
for more whenever one of their favorite artists comes to town. When you see a fantastic musical act like this one hit the
stage in the same building that you're in, there's a magnetism that occurs that you can't duplicate anywhere else. Get out
to see one of these fantastic shows live and in person so you can experience music the way it's supposed to be experienced.
Nothing compares to seeing it done live, so make sure to check out this current tour and prepare for a great time.
have been coming together to enjoy live music in cultures around the world for a countless number of years. If you think about
it, live music is the true foundation of music itself, and really the art's purest form. It can be an epic experience to see
an artist in a huge amphitheater with thousands upon thousands of screaming fans surrounding you, or it can be an intimate
experience in a smaller venue in which you can really connect with everyone in the building. Either way, seeing a concert
live and in person always amounts to more than just listening to music. When you head out to see a creative artist hit the
stage at a venue near you, you're sure to become enveloped by the entire experience of seeing a musical act that you know
and love while surrounded by fellow adoring fans that have at least that one thing in common. And often times, when it comes
to music, that one thing is enough to bring people together.
Aaron Lewis broke through
into the mainstream music scene as the front man of the band Staind. The group's second album, Dysfunction, put them on the
map as a band with some real musical chops, and Lewis' vocal style was hailed as being similar to that of Pearl Jam's Eddie
Where was Aaron Lewis born?
The answer is Rutland, VT. Lewis was born there in 1973,
but spent most of his childhood growing up in Longmeadow, MA.