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Aaron Lewis to Sing National Anthem at Game Five of the MLB World Series Today in San Francisco

AaronLewis lrgSAN FRANCISCO, Ca. (October 26, 2014) – Major League Baseball has chosen Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum Dot Records recording artist Aaron Lewis to sing the National Anthem before Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday, Oct. 26. Lewis will perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” during the pregame ceremony at AT&T Park in San Francisco before the San Francisco Giants take on the Kansas City Royals. Coverage begins at 7:30pm ET on FOX.

“I grew up watching the World Series,” said Lewis. “It’s a privilege and honor to be asked to be a part of such an important night.”

After wrapping up a stint on the second leg of Brantley Gilbert’s Let It Ride Tour on Saturday, Oct. 25, Aaron Lewis will continue to crisscross the country playing solo shows. For more info on Aaron Lewis and to see a complete list of upcoming tour dates, visit: aaronlewismusic.com.

Last Updated on Monday, 27 October 2014 02:28

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154b3a0c-0ed2-42e0-a9ee-f088d2841b3eWARTON, TX (September 20, 2014) – Aaron Lewis is safe after a private charter jet he was a passenger on was disabled today, causing a flight cancellation. After filming a segment for his TV show ‘On The Road’ for the Sportsman’s Channel, an error caused the Cessna Citation V jet to veer off the taxiway and become stuck in mud, prohibiting the safe continuation of the flight.

Aaron was set to depart from Warton, Texas, Saturday afternoon at 1pm. Aaron and the television crew were tracking teal duck for his reality hunting show. After the shoot, the flight was to depart for Tulsa, Oklahoma, where Lewis was scheduled to appear tonight at the BOK Center after Brian Davis and Chase Bryant as direct support to Brantley Gilbert on the ‘Let It Ride’ tour.

Last Updated on Saturday, 20 September 2014 11:37

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Third Annual Aaron Lewis Invitational Charity Golf Tournament and Fourth Annual Aaron Lewis & Friends Benefit Concert Raise $250,000 for It Takes a Community Foundation

AaronLewis ITAC logo lrgLewis and Wife Pledge Grants to Multiple Nonprofit Organizations

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 21, 2014) – The fourth annual Aaron Lewis & Friends Benefit Concert, held on June 27, and the third annual Aaron Lewis Invitational Golf Tournament, held on August 9, raised a combined total of $250,000 for the It Takes a Community Foundation (ITAC), a charity founded by Lewis and his wife in 2010. One hundred percent of the proceeds were donated to the foundation, which helps to revive rural communities across New England by providing assistance that strengthens, enriches and preserves local towns. The Lewis’s foundation supports initiatives that improve community life — particularly the lives of children — within rural areas.

“It Takes a Community began when my wife and I joined with neighbors in our small adopted home town to keep the doors of our community school open after state funding was eliminated due to district consolation,” explains Aaron. “It started out as something very personal and close-to-home, but is morphing into something bigger. If we can make a difference in our little corner of Massachusetts, couldn't we give additional worthy organizations in our area a similar leg up?”

Last Updated on Thursday, 21 August 2014 19:59

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