Aaron Lewis will debut a brand new song called “Folded Flag” on Hallmark’s Home & Family show on April 25. The powerful and heartfelt song pays tribute to all those men and women who serve our country.
“It all started with the haunting melody, and the picture of two young lovers,” Lewis said of the song. “Bringing to mind the realities, and sacrifices that our veterans live everyday. Many of us have The Folded Flag in common, and I hope that we can all honor our veterans and their families, forever.”
The self-proclaimed “Northern Redneck” and Staind frontman achieved critical and commercial success with SINNER earning him the #1 position on the Top 200 Albums, Top Country Albums and Top Digital Albums Charts upon release.
The 12-track project, voted one of Whiskey Riff’s 40 Best Country Albums of 2016, was recorded in only 16 hours at Nashville’s Blackbird Studios with producer Buddy Cannon (George Strait, Merle Haggard, George Jones). Lewis single-handedly penned eight of the songs, in addition to covering Chris Stapleton’s “Whiskey and You” and The Dixie Chicks’ “Travelin’ Soldier.” Lewis collaborates with Willie Nelson on the album’s title track while Grammy® Award-winning artists Alison Krauss, Dan Tyminski and Vince Gill are also featured.
SINNER was also one of Billboard’s 10 Best Country Albums of 2016. “The no-holds-barred honesty of tracks such as “I Lost It All” and “Mama” were some of the finest writing from a male artist this year.” – Billboard
The Boot raves, “Aaron Lewis shows a surprising understanding and respect for country music with his latest album, SINNER. Drawing from his childhood influences of listening to country music in his grandfather’s car, SINNER shows Aaron’s abilities as a singer, songwriter, musician and stylist. SINNER might just be the record that propels Aaron to a permanent place in country music.” Maverick Magazine’s Eric Dahl concurs, “Aaron Lewis brings a raw honesty to his songs on the new album SINNER that Country Music radio hasn’t heard in a long time. The imagery of the lyrics sucks you in, but his mournful voice and guitar keep you!”
Aaron continues to tour the country promoting SINNER. To purchase tickets or for more information, visit AaronLewisMusic.com.
Aaron Lewis On Tour
April 27 – The Space at Westbury – Westbury, N.Y.
April 28 – Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, N.J.
April 29 – Mountaineer Casino – Chester, W.Va.
May 04 – Stampede – Houston, Texas
May 06 – Mudd Jam at River Run ATV Park – Jacksonville, Texas
May 11 – Brewster Street Ice House – Corpus Christi, Texas
May 12 – John T. Floore Country Store – Helotes, Texas
May 13 – Paragon Casino – Mari Showroom – Marksville, La.
May 19 – House of Blues – North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
May 20 – Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races – Charles Town, W. Va.
May 26 – Sands Bethlehem Event Center – Bethlehem, Pa.
May 27 – Tropicana Casino & Resort – Atlantic City, N.J.
May 28 – Foxwoods Resort Casino – Mashantucket, Conn.
June 01 – Innsbrook After Hours – Glen Allen, Va.
June 03 – City Hall Live, Brandon, Miss.
June 16 – Sangamon County Fair – New Berlin, Ill.
June 17 – Buffalo Run Casino – Miami, Okla.
June 22 – Texas Club – Baton Rouge, La.
June 23 – Golden Nugget Lake Charles, Lake Charles, La.
June 24 – Choctaw Casino Resort – Durant, Okla.
June 29 – Harrah’s Casino – Council Bluffs, Iowa
June 30 – Terribles Lakeside Casino, Osceola, Iowa
July 01 – Q Casino – Dubuque, Iowa
July 15 – Beaufort Waterfront Park – Beaufort, S.C.(Beaufort Water Festival)
July 20 – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom – Hampton Beach, N.H.
July 22 – Peck Fest – Point Pleasant, W.Va.
July 27 – The Bluestone – Columbus, Ohio
July 28 – The Bluestone – Columbus, Ohio
July 29 – Belterra Casino, Florence, Ind.
Aug. 10 – West Virginia State Fair – Lewisburg, W.Va.
Aug. 11 – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater, Virginia Beach, Va.
Aug 12. – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek – Raleigh, N.C.
Aug. 18 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, Tenn.
Sept. 09 – House of Blues Las Vegas – Las Vegas, Nev.
Sept. 15 – Peppermill Concert Hall – West Wendover, Nev.
Sept. 22 – The Knitting Factory – Spokane, Wash.
Sept. 23 – Knitting Factory – Boise, Idaho