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28 Nov

Aaron Lewis: Songs and Stories Tour - Hoyt Sherman Place

1501 Woodland Ave. Des Moines, IA 50309
11/28/2018 8:00 PM - 11/28/2018 10:00 PM

2018-11-28 20:00:00 2018-11-28 22:00:00 America/Detroit Aaron Lewis: Songs and Stories Tour Hoyt Sherman Place info@wamza.com


Mammoth Live Presents
Aaron Lewis: Songs and Stories Tour

Spend an acoustic evening with Aaron Lewis on his Songs and Stories Tour!

Wednesday, November 28
8:00 PM
Reserved Seating
Tickets: $25, $35, $45, $55
ON SALE: Friday, July 20 at 10AM


If it sounds like Aaron Lewis is long past defending his Country music pedigree, that would be a correct assessment. Lewis would prefer the music speak for itself and, with the release of SINNER, Lewis’ stunning Dot Records follow-up to his groundbreaking full-length solo debut The Road in 2012, any would-be detractors will be pretty much out of ammo.

Lewis, however, is not. SINNER blasts through today’s Country music doldrums like a shot of 100-proof whiskey, with the singer making zero compromises with either himself or the restrictions of a format that seems to have abandoned its rougher tendencies in favor of pop and ‘70s rock inclinations largely lacking in grit.

“I’d like to think that SINNER is a newer take on classic, traditional Outlaw Country, Waylon and Merle and Willie, and Hank Jr. and Johnny Cash and all that stuff,” says Lewis. “That was the music I heard as a kid, and that’s the Country music that permeated my soul and stuck with me my whole life.”

Few pop-tinged songs would dare feature lyrics as candid, biting and personal as those on SINNER. If “Country Boy,” with it’s swaggering bravado, was the opening salvo, the 11 songs on SINNER herald a man who admits and often deeply regrets—his personal shortcomings, yet offers no excuses. “This is an album of acknowledgement, admittance, moments of self-awareness,” he says. “It has been a pretty trying time in my life over the past few years, and these songs are what have come of it. At the risk of sounding cliché, my music has always been therapeutic for me.”