Aaron Lewis' "That Ain't Country" video brings to life the heroes that he sings about in the song. Filmed at the Ernest Tubb Record Shop on Nashville's Lower Broadway, the camera pans to images of Hank Williams and other country legends hung on the store's walls.
Aaron Lewis's strong opinions don't end with country music. The singer says he's infuriated that NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick doesn't stand during the National Anthem, and he's even angrier that the league lets it happen.
Aaron Lewis isn't happy about the state of country music, and he's letting everyone know. At a recent concert in Colorado, the singer called out several country artists like Luke Bryan, Sam Hunt, Dan + Shay and Cole Swindell for "choking all the life out of country music."
Aaron Lewis will release his first album for Dot Records this fall. Titled Sinner, the 11-track album includes a cameo from Willie Nelson on the title track as well as a cover of Chris Stapleton's "Whiskey and You."