Lewis scores career best

Monday, September 26, 2016 – Aaron Lewis enjoyed his biggest week ever sales-wise as his third solo disc, "Sinner," was the fourth best selling CD in the U.S., according to Billboard.

"Sinner" moved 42,000 units, including 39,000 in traditional album sales, bettering the 38,000 from his 2011 EP "Town Line."

Jason Aldean fell from first to sixth on the overall top 200 chart with "They Don't Know" at 38,000 units, down 73 percent.

Florida Georgia Line closed out the top 10 with "Dig Your Roots" at 25,000 units, down 15 percent.

Drake's "Views" led the charts again with 53,000 units.

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State I'm In CD review - State I'm In
When you tune into rocker turned country singer Aaron Lewis' fourth solo outing, "State I'm In," you'll find yourself excited about the potential state of country music with artists like Lewis still standing guard. Writing with an unapologetic hand and an honest, earnest love for the sounds of classic country he was weaned on, Lewis' music here steps forth with powerful emotion, great musicianship, and you can dance to it too. Backing Lewis' play is a virtual »»»
Sinner CD review - Sinner
You hear all the time these days how politicians are 'evolving' on particular issues. They may have felt one way about a topic many years ago, but - nearly miraculously - they've since evolved. Aaron Lewis is the former singer for Staind, a noisy, pained hard rock band. But it's been a while since Lewis created alternative rock and roll. With "Sinner," he's truly evolved, musically. This is not some cynical, Alan Jackson gone country moment, either. »»»
The Road CD review - The Road
Who would have ever thought that, in looking for one of the next more promising acts in country, we'd be turning to none other than seasoned rock and roller, Aaron Lewis, of Staind fame? Add to that the fact that Lewis hails from Massachusetts, a far throw from the Mason-Dixon Line, and you're faced with quite a head-scratcher. Yet, on his 2010 EP "Town Line" the artist showed that he had the right stuff and his first full-length country release, "The Road," delivers »»»