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Front Man of band Staind, Aaron Lewis, will Show off his 'Country Boy' Style at The Bluestone

Grammy Award-nominated front man of the band Staind, Aaron Lewis, will be performing hits off his new country album, "The Road", live at The Bluestone on Thursday, November 8th, 2012 at 7pm.

 
 
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PRLog - Oct. 3, 2012 - COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Grammy Award-nominated front man of the band Staind, Aaron Lewis, will be performing live at The Bluestone on Thursday, November 8th, 2012 at 7pm. Lewis will be performing hits off of his new country album, “The Road”, set to be released on November 13th, 2012. Supporting artists for Lewis include local favorite, Cliff Cody and CMT’s Next
Superstar winner 2011, Matt Mason. Tickets will go on-sale Friday, October 5 th at 10am and will be available for just $25.00 online at www.liveatthebluestone.com.

Lewis transitioned into the country music genre in 2011 with his debut country EP album, “Town Line”, which would later top the Billboard Country charts and reach the number seven spot on the Billboard Top 200. The released EP held award winning song, “Country Boy”, the hit single that earned Lewis two Academy of Country Music
nominations for “Vocal Event of the Year”. Lewis also earned two CMT nominations, “USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year” and “Collaborative Video of the Year”. The success and positivity from his break into country, lead to The release of his first country single, “The Road”. Currently, Lewis is balancing both his country solo tour and the release of the seventh album from group, Staind.

Support act, Matt Mason, broke his way into the country industry in 2006 when he made it into the top 10 on the USA Network’s Nashville Star. After placing fourth in the competition, Mason opted to audition for CMT’s Next
Superstar 2011 and took the title. Mason has previously opened for artist Casey James at The Bluestone in July of 2012.

Also opening the show is country music artist and songwriter, Cliff Cody. Cody signed his first publishing contract in 2005 with EMI and since has co-written many songs for various artists from Julie Roberts to Josh Thompson and his longtime hero, D. Vincent Williams. Williams and Cody co-wrote the song , “Down by the River”, the first single
on Williams’ album. Cody took part in the Key West Songwriters Festival in 2006 and has now become a regular performer in that area. Cliff Cody has opened the show at The Bluestone for many artists including Randy Houser, McGuffey Lane and Jamey Johnson.

The Aaron Lewis concert will be hosted at The Bluestone, a unique private events venue, which was constructed initially in 1898 as a Baptist church. With its original soaring stained glass windows, The Bluestone is now an extraordinary private and public events venue that offers an unparalleled and unique experience for many types of events. The Bluestone caters to events ranging from concerts to weddings, corporate events and private parties. The Bluestone is Columbus’ new home for live music, providing concert goers with a one of a kind, up close and personal entertainment experience.

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Source:The Bluestone
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Location:Columbus - Ohio - United States
Industry:Entertainment, Music
Tags:live music, concert, Aaron Lewis, staind, country
Last Updated:Oct 18, 2012
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