About Aaron Lewis
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What does folk music have to do with Aaron Lewis and his metal band, Staind? A lot, surprisingly. It’s what Aaron spent most of his childhood listening to. The exposure to heartfelt folky lyrics that don’t let the sensitive parts of the human experience go unnoticed led to Aaron’s writing style in both his band-related and solo career.
And while you wouldn’t think that sensitivity and heartfelt lyrics would work in the metal world, they’re precisely what set Staind apart from the rest. We don’t know exactly which folk artists we have to thank for his songwriting talents, but we thank them all the same.
Staind, The Band
Before Aaron Lewis struck out on his solo career, he put together the band Staind, which flourished in the ’90s and early 2000s. The band was born at a Christmas party in 1993, where Aaron Lewis met and became friends with Mike Mushok. Once they figured out that they were the right musical match, Mushok brought in a drummer, Jon Wysoki, and a bass player whose time with the band was short.
They put out a debut album in 1996, which sold 2000 copies, though the band was not professionally represented. Just a year later, the group was discovered by the already successful Limp Bizkit, and their success took off.
Aaron’s Solo Career
The band put out album after album together until 2011, when Lewis decided to go into the music world on his own. He chose to let his folk roots shine through, changing his solo genre from his metal band past, to country. Though his solo debut album release was mediocre, his second one hit it out of the park. You may know it fro songs like “Endless Summer” and “Forever,” two of its three billboard hits. With his country roots acknowledged, he leaned into the genre, and it’s where he identifies as a musician today.
How much are Aaron Lewis tickets?
That’s a loaded question! Aaron Lewis ticket prices will differ depending on the source and the seats. The best price for Aaron Lewis tickets is usually $46 a ticket, and that’s for nosebleed seats! If you want floor seats, or if you’re shopping for tickets at a popular venue, you could easily be looking at a few hundred dollars more.
How to buy Aaron Lewis tickets?
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Is Aaron Lewis coming to a city near me?
Check out this year’s tour dates for Aaron Lewis’s tour below, and browse Gametime inventory for Aaron Lewis 2020 tour tickets in a city near you.
Will Aaron Lewis tour in 2020?
Yep! Aaron Lewis will be hitting a number of cities around the US up until June 2020.
What’s the Aaron Lewis 2020 tour setlist?
You never know what’s going to happen at an Aaron Lewis concert, but here’s the average tour setlist:
- Country Boy
- Granddaddy's Gun
- Right Here (Richard Marx cover)
- State Lines
- God and Guns
- That Ain't Country
- It's Been Awhile
- Love Me
- Outside (Staind cover)
- Intro (Keith Gattis cover)
How long is a Aaron Lewis concert?
With such an epic setlist, you can expect Aaron Lewis’s performance to last for around 90 minutes. When you take opening acts into account, you’re looking at two to three hours of entertainment.
How much are Aaron Lewis floor seats?
The best way to see Aaron Lewis live is up close and personal from the floor, but these seats are always super expensive. The cheap end of floor seats can easily be $72 to $121, and if you’re seeing Aaron Lewis at a venue with stage pit seats it could be even more pricey.
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Aaron Lewis tour dates
January 16 – Anchorage, AK @ Atwood Concert Hall
January 19 – Honolulu, HI @ Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall
January 25 – Baton Rouge, LA @ L’Auberge Casino & Hotel Baton Rouge
January 26 – Huntsville, AL @ Von Braun Center Concert Hall
January 27 – Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
January 30 – Ashland, KY @ Paramount Arts Center
January 31 – Evansville, IN @ Victory Theatre Evansville
February 1 – Nashville, IN @ Brown County Music Center
February 6 – Waukegan, IL @ Genesee Theatre
February 7 – Mankato, MN @ Mankato Civic Center
February 8 – Flandreau, SD @ Royal River Casino & Hotel
February 13 – Midland, MI @ Midland Center For The Arts
February 20 – Reading, PA @ Santander Performing Arts Center
February 21 – Westbury, NY @ NYCB Theatre at Westbury
February 22 – Dayton, OH @ Dayton Masonic Center
February 27 – Salina, KS @ Stiefel Theatre
February 28 – Tulsa, OK @ Brady Theater
February 29 – Pittsburg, KS @ Memorial Auditorium
March 12 – Detroit, MI @ Sound Board at Motor City Casino
March 13 – Wilkes Barre, PA @ Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
March 14 – Salamanca, NY @ Seneca Allegany Casino and Hotel
March 19 – North Kansas City, MO @ VooDoo Lounge
March 21 – New Cumberland, WV @ The Harv at Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort
March 28 – Denver, CO @ Grizzly Rose
April 2 – Wilmington, NC @ NC Azalea Festival
April 4 – New Buffalo, MI @ Silver Creek Event Center at Four Winds New Buffalo
April 9 – Fayetteville, AR @ Fayetteville Town Center
April 10 – Helotes, TX @ John T. Floore Country Store
April 11 – Austin, TX @ Nutty Brown Cafe
April 18 – Montgomery, AL @ Montgomery Performing Arts Center
June 25 – Roanoke, VA @ Dr Pepper Park
June 26 – Louisville, KY @ Louisville Palace