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Aaron Lewis Announces New Album and Headlining Tour for 2019

Aaron Lewis Announces New Album and Headlining Tour for 2019

In support of his upcoming album, The State I’m In, Aaron Lewis announced he will embark on a headlining tour of the same name in 2019. The 24-date tour will kick off in Dallas on Jan. 24 and make additional stops in Tampa, Milwaukee, Oklahoma City and more. “My music is very first person, very…MORE

Blackberry Smoke & Aaron Lewis’ Sinners & Sanctified Tour

Blackberry Smoke & Aaron Lewis’ Sinners & Sanctified Tour

Blackberry Smoke & Aaron Lewis’ Co-Headlining Sinners & Sanctified Tour October 12 Shreveport, LA Municipal Auditorium October 13 Irving, TX The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory October 14 Houston, TX Ziegenbock Festival October 26 Charlotte, NC Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre October 27 Oxon Hill, MD MGM National Harbor October 28 Pikeville, KY Eastern KY…MORE

In Honor of Flag Day, Listen to Aaron Lewis’ New Song, “Folded Flag”

In Honor of Flag Day, Listen to Aaron Lewis’ New Song, “Folded Flag”

Flag Day on June 14 pays tribute to the Stars and Stripes by serving as a reminder of the resolution by the Second Continental Congress on June 14, 1777, that established an official U.S. flag. In honor of Flag Day, Aaron Lewis—who, if you’ve ever been to one of his shows, you know, is a…MORE

Aaron Lewis Questions Country Music With New Single, “That Ain’t Country”

Aaron Lewis Questions Country Music With New Single, “That Ain’t Country”

The ongoing debate about today’s country music not being “real country” continued this week when Aaron Lewis—lead singer of the rock group Staind and now country singer—stepped onto a Colorado stage and told the audience the inspiration behind his latest country single,”That Ain’t Country.” “I’d like to thank Sam Hunt–oh, I know, he’s so pretty…MORE

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Celebrate the USA

Celebrate the USA

Old Dominion will deliver some fireworks of their own on July 4 as they co-host Westwood One’s four-hour holiday special, Celebrate the USA. Stations can air the show between July 4 and July 7, 6 a.m. to midnight. Check your local listings for air times.