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At first glance, Town Line looks more like a mini-album than an EP. But three of these songs are differently mixed versions of the single “Country Boy.” What’s more important is how naturally Aaron Lewis made the segue from fronting post-grunge outfit Staind to contemporary country balladeer. “The Story Never Ends” is a moving narrative wrapped in gorgeous pedal-steel tones. The song opens sounding like Lewis has been crooning heartfelt ballads his whole life — and maybe he has. The Springfield, Vermont native listened to folk music in his youth and grappled with growing up in a broken family — which fits perfectly alongside George Jones’ songwriting credo to “sing what you’ve lived.” Speaking of Jones, he turns up here with Charlie Daniels on the first version of “Country Boy,” another story-strong song with weed ‘n’ whiskey outlaw imagery and mentions of selling one’s soul to Satan replete with some “Devil Went Down to Georgia” fiddle swipes. “Vicious Circles” is another strong serenade on par with Music City’s finest and “Tangled Up In You” spotlights Lewis’ knack for penning a near-perfect love song.

Customer Reviews

Don't Panic Aaron Lewis Fans....

...there are alot of country Boys who sing rock (Southern Rock)....they're not selling out....but Country Music has NEEDED a little "toughening" up since artists like Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, Lady Antebellum....I could go on forever....took over the airwaves with their crossover styles. Even artists like Kid Rock went back to his roots and made some great songs....

I'm from Texas....and what we need are more artists like The Zac Brown Band, Jamey Johnson and now Aaron Lewis to sing about what made Country Music what it is to begin with....pride in our country, our family, and our way of life.

....George Jones, George Strait, Alan Jackson, Alabama, Brooks and Dunn and Travis Tritt are the 'Last of a Dying Breed'.

Thanks Aaron for the contribution.

Outstanding Album! A True Artist and Musician!

Aaron Lewis is a modern day legend. One of the hardest and most intimidating thing for a musician to do is to go on stage with just himself and an acoustic guitar and make the crowd's jaws drop, raising the hair on the arms, and leaving an unforgettable performance for them to always remember. I've been a huge fan of Staind and Aaron Lewis since the release of Tormented came out in the 90's and it's increadible the amount of talent this man has. He can express himself through his lyrics and help people that are down, feel better about themselves, simply through his music and lyrics. Thank you for everything Aaron!

Aaron Lewis has talent

I was a littlle skeptical when I saw that Aaron Lewis released a county song, but then I took a listen and was amazed. He didn't lose his vocal style nor did he lose his writing ability. It is nice to a artist take a risk and in this case I really think it has paid off. His solo work is amazing, and it is nice to see Tangled Up In You on here as well. It seems to be a song more fitting for this then for the latest Staind album. I do not have a favorite from these tracks they are all very good in there own right. Good Work!


Born: April 13, 1972

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

At the heart of Staind's loud, angst-laden music are the confessional lyrics and introspective personality of frontman Aaron Lewis. While other post-grunge bands were successful in mining the dark caverns once explored by Soundgarden and Alice in Chains, Lewis allowed his sensitivity to pour freely from his words and often pensive vocals, enabling Staind to strike a balance between heavy metal bombast and thoughtful, melodic rock. Born in Springfield, Vermont, Lewis listened to folk music as a child....
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