On the heels of his No. 1 album debut, Aaron Lewis officially kicked off his headlining “Sinner Tour” with a sold-out performance at The Troubadour in Los Angeles, CA Monday night (Oct.24).
The Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter welcomed the capacity crowd by starting the show the way he does all of his performances…with the Pledge of Allegiance. He then launched into his Platinum-selling hit “Country Boy” followed by the title track from the new album “Sinner”. The set also included his current single “That Ain’t Country,” “Northern Redneck” and “Mama,” in addition to Staind hit “It’s Been Awhile” and a cover of Richard Marx’s “Right Here Waiting.”
The patriotic entertainer made a stop in Hawaii over the weekend for Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Rock the Troops event. Set to air in December on Spike TV, Lewis showed his appreciation for this Country’s military by performing alongside other A-list entertainers Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Terry Crews, retired Marine Rob Riggle, musicians Lynyrd Skynyrd, Nick Jonas, Flo Rida and Tenacious D, featuring Black and partner Kyle Gass.
Lewis will make his debut on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”, airing November 2nd on CBS.
While Nashville celebrates at the Country Music Association Awards, the outspoken singer will perform in New York City.
The “Sinner Tour” continues to make its run on the West Coast this week, before heading to New York City on November 15th for a special headlining date at The Beacon Theater for Budweiser One Night Only: Aaron Lewis.
For a complete list of tour dates and more information on Aaron Lewis, visit his website at AaronLewisMusic.com