And The Stateliners
During his more than two-decade career Aaron Lewis has topped the charts as frontman of hard Rock heroes Staind and in his second act as a No. 1 artist on the Country charts as a soloist. Considering his impressive success, Pikes Peak Center for the Performing Arts is excited to announce it will host Lewis for one night only on March 25 starting at 8 p.m.
Tickets, which go on sale on Friday, January 31, range from $40 to $75 plus applicable fees and can be purchased at the Pikes Peak Center and The Broadmoor World Arena box offices and online at PikesPeakCenter.com, BroadmoorWorldArena.com and AXS.com.
Lewis has always had a strong connection with his fans, and today, he keeps the tradition alive revealing new music and touring. He keeps his music real and, according to him, painfully honest.
"That's all I've ever done. My songs have always been me wearing my heart on my sleeve, and my emotions on my sleeve, and my misfortunes on my sleeve; my sins on my sleeve," Lewis said. "I don't feel like it would be genuine nor worthy of this crazy ride I've been on if it wasn't."
He is 100 percent open, as he has to be, about his stunning new collection, STATE I’M IN (The Valory Music Co.) which was released in April 2018. Lewis wrote six of the 10 tracks, which also features cuts by acclaimed songwriters Dan Tyminski and the late Keith Whitley, among others.
"The songs I wrote on this record, they were some dark times," Lewis said. "The state I'm in is not Mississippi, or Texas, or Massachusetts, it's more about the emotional state I'm in and everything I've surprisingly talked about in this interview. I'm always surprised by what comes out of me. I'm always surprised by the overall content of a record. It is a flow of consciousness."
For more information about Aaron Lewis at Pikes Peak Center on March 25, visit AaronLewisMusic.com.
- Performance Schedule
- Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at 8:00 PM CAL