AARON LEWIS Releases Song ‘Folded Flag’ Today

AARON LEWIS RELEASES SONG “FOLDED FLAG” TODAY (6/14)Patriotic Entertainer’s New Tune Appropriately Drops on Flag Day

Aaron Lewis: Folded Flag
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Staunch supporter of the United States Armed Forces, Platinum-selling entertainerAaron Lewis released “Folded Flag” today across digital retailers. The new song is available here. A patriot through-and-through, Lewis has spent much of his career honoring those who sacrifice their lives every day to protect our nation and the new music is just a small reminder of that mentality.
Folded Flag artwork with quote
“In today’s world, the ultimate sacrifice that our servicemen and women give selflessly in protection of the American Dream is often overlooked,” stated Lewis. “The first time I heard this song, I watched three battle-hardened special forces soldiers cry after hearing it. I knew it hit home and I knew it deserved to be heard.”Written by Marty Morgan, Luc Nyhus and Yasmine Van Wilt and produced by Ben Kitterman, this is a perfect addition to Lewis’ catalog of raw tunes that hit close to the heart. It is hard to miss importance of the sentiment as he sings lyrics like “Two men with starch white gloves / Fold the colors ‘til they touch / It’s probably more than I deserve / But I’m proud to get this much / Sendin’ all the love I ever had / Inside this folded flag.”

Fans who have been to his shows in the past know that Lewis opens every performance with a rendition of the The Pledge Of Allegiance. His passion for the strong tradition is something loyal concert-goers have come to expect from the Country rocker. He is currently on the road for his headlining SINNER TOUR. Fans can share a teaser of “Folded Flag” from Lewis’ Facebook page here.

For additional information and tour dates, visitAaronLewisMusic.com.

Aaron Lewis On Tour
June 15 – Tippecanoe County Amphitheater – West Lafayette, Ind.
June 16 – Sangamon County Fair – New Berlin, Ill.
June 17 – Buffalo Run Casino – Miami, Okla.
June 22 – The Texas Club – Baton Rouge, La.
June 23 – Golden Nugget Casino – Lake Charles, La.
June 24 – Choctaw Casino – Durant, Okla.
June 29 – Harrah’s Casino and Hotel – Council Bluffs, Iowa
June 30 – Lakeside Hotel and Casino – Osceola, Iowa
July 01 – Mystique Casino – Dubuque, Iowa
July 14 – Cowboy Saloon – Ocala, Fla.
July 15 – Beaufort Water Festival – Beaufort, S.C.
July 20 – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom – Hampton, N.H.
July 21 – Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, N.Y.
July 22 – Peck Fest – Point Pleasant, W. Va.
July 27 – The Bluestone – Columbus, Ohio
July 28 – The Bluestone – Columbus, Ohio
July 29 – Belterra Casino, Resort & Spa – Florence, Ind.
Aug. 10 – State Fair of West Virginia – Fairlea, W. Va.
Aug. 11 – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater – Virginia Beach, Va.
Aug. 12 – Coastal Credit Union Music Park – Raleigh, N.C.
Aug. 17 – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Catoosa, Okla.
Aug. 18 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, Tenn.
Aug. 19 – Harrah’s Cherokee Resort Event Center – Cherokee, N.C.
Aug. 24 – Cowboy Coast Country Saloon – Ocean City, Md.
Sept. 01 – Chesterfield Amphitheater – Chesterfield, Mo.
Sept. 09 – House of Blues – Las Vegas, Nev.
Sept. 15 – Peppermill Concert Hall – West Wendover, Nev.
Sept. 16 – Pechanga Casino – Temecula, Calif.
Sept. 17 – Talking Stuck Resort – Scottsdale, Ariz.
Sept. 21 – Elsinore Theatre – Salem, Ore.
Sept. 22 – Knitting Factory – Spokane, Wash.
Sept. 23 – Knitting Factory – Boise, Idaho
Oct. 05 – Motor City Casino – Detroit, Mich.
Oct. 06 – The Venue at Horseshoe Casino – Hammond, Ind.
Oct. 20 – Grand Casino Mille Lacs – Onamia, Minn.