Concert Reviews

Aaron Lewis’ “The Sinner Tour” Gives Sold Out Crowd What They Want


Aaron Lewis brought his The Sinner Tour on Sunday, December 11 at the House Of Blues in Cleveland.

It was a snowy Sunday night in Downtown Cleveland but that didn’t stop the massive Sold Out crowd, they were the for some down home Country Music and Lewis, as always, gave them just what they wanted. Starting his show off like he “always does” with the Pledge of Allegiance.  Lewis started his set with a crowd favorite “Country Boy” and continued with other hits like “That Ain’t Country” and “Whiskey and You.”  He even included a few songs from rock tunes from his former band Staind which is the group Lewis founded back in the 90’s. The crowd loved the throwbacks and the crowd even sang along to covers from Cyndi Lauper and Bob Seger that Lewis performed later in his set.

He also brought with him a couple of other talented artists to open the show that you should definitely have on your Country Music radar.

Opening the show with an acoustic set was Travis Marvin. The Kansas City native stated that he had been touring with Lewis for the last year and a half and has had a great time. Check out Marvin’s new single “Simple” and his earlier release “Pray.”

Following Marvin was Big Machine recording artist Alex Williams who brought his down home southern rock vibe to the show. Williams was all about having a good time and his songs “Weed Without a Drink” and “Old Tattoo” were some of the highlights of his set. We can’t wait to hear more from Alex Williams!

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