Cleveland's Music Headliner

Aaron Lewis

Lewis’s fourth and latest release, Frayed at Both Ends (January 2022) was the top-selling country album in America on release. It peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and “Am I the Only One,” was a No. 1 Country radio hit single. Lewis said of the album, “This is how people who need to work are actually living their lives. Mistakes get made, consequences happen, hearts get broken – and then you have to deal with that. Frayed deals with those things.”

The album also includes the songs “Everybody Talks to God,” which was written nearly two decades ago by Chris Wallen but never recorded. “They Call Me Doc,” tells the story of a triage soldier, but Lewis doesn’t stop there, he co-wrote the song with Navy corpsman (medic) and veteran, Shaun Bott who was deployed during Operation Iraqi Freedom – as part of the CreatiVets program. It was played at the funeral of Navy Corpsman Maxton W. Soviak, a fallen service member who lost his life in Kabul, Afghanistan as part of a non-combatant evacuation operation. The song also features Vince Gill and Dan Tyminski.

The Deluxe version of the album includes the song, “The Third Degree,” which includes lyrics from a poem written by Johnny Cash. John Carter Cash, son of the “Man in Black” permitted Lewis to create the song.

2023 could be a banner year for both Lewis and the band Staind as they’ve been in the studio recording new music.


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