Aaron Lewis Net Worth [2022]: Fun facts, Earnings, House, Wiki, Age, height, Fees

Aaron Lewis Net Worth:$10 Million

Net Worth:$10 Million
Date of Birth:Apr 13, 1972 (50 years old)
Height:5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Profession:Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Guitarist
Nationality:United States of America

Aaron Lewis is an American musician who is best known as the lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist and founding member of the rock band Staind, with whom he released seven studio albums. Since 2010, he has pursued a successful solo career in country music with his debut EP Town Line, which was released in 2011. Lewis’ first full-length solo release, The Road, was released by Blaster Records in 2012.

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Aaron Lewis Net Worth 2022:

Aaron Lewis net worth is around $9 million. Aaron Lewis has earned his net worth as a founding member of the rock group, Staind, as well as through his songwriting and solo performances in country music. With Staind, he released seven studio albums.

Aaron Lewis Wiki:

BornApril 13, 1972 (age 50)
Springfield, Vermont, U.S.
OriginMassachusetts, U.S.
GenresCountrycountry rockalternative countryalternative metalpost-grungenu metalalternative rockhard rock
Occupation(s)Singer,musician,song writer
Years active1990–present
LabelsFlipElektra,Atlantic,Stroudavarious,R&J,Blaster,DOT,Valory Music, CoBig Machine
Associated actsStaind,J-CAT,Limp Bizkit,George Jones,Charlie Daniels,Chris Young,Cold,Linkin Park,Sevendust

Lewis was born in Vermont to a Jewish mother and a Catholic father of Italian, English and Welsh descent. At the time of his birth, his parents were living in a log cabin. When his parents split up, he moved with his father to Longmeadow, Massachusetts, where he attended high school.

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Aaron Lewis Career:

He spent most of his childhood in Longmeadow where under the influence of his musician parents’ he listened to 60s folk artists like James Taylor and CSNY from an early age. However, it was the ’90s Seattle grunge scene that inspired him to create the angst-ridden tone, which is his trademark today.

Staind released their first album Tormented in 1996, and only a year later they could be seen performing in an opening slot for Limp Bizkit. But still, the band’s commercial breakthrough came after Outside, a live collaboration between Lewis and Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst during the 1999 Family Values Tour.

In addition to his work with the Staind, Lewis has also been performing solo acoustic shows since he was 17 and still does today. Thus, he splits his time between long stints on the road and his Berkshire home. Offstage, Aaron Lewis is a married man and a father of three who loves to play golf and go hunting.

In July 2010, Lewis finished recording a country music EP entitled Town Line that was released on March 1, 2011, via Stroudavarious Records. It features seven tracks including three versions of the first single “Country Boy” featuring George Jones, Charlie Daniels, and Chris Young, as well as the songs “Massachusetts”, “Vicious Circles”, “The Story Never Ends”, and a re-recording of “Tangled Up in You” originally from The Illusion of Progress.

Lewis said in a July 2011 interview that he was introduced to country music as a child by his grandfather, but his interest was recently rekindled when he toured with fellow rock turned occasional country singer Kid Rock.

Lewis released his first full solo album, The Road, in November 2012. Its debut single, “Endless Summer”, has also made the country charts.

Lewis wrote songs for his second solo album whilst touring in support of The Road, often performing with Katz Von Brunenburg in his live sets. The album, dubbed Sinner, was mostly recorded in a single 18 hour session, with many tracks done in one take. Aaron’s daughter Zoe also provides guest vocals on one song.

On April 12, 2019, Lewis released his third solo album, State I’m In. On July 4, 2021, he released “Am I the Only One”, a song protesting America’s leadership and left-wing activists.

On October 21, 2021, Lewis released “Goodbye Town” and also announced that he would release his fourth solo album Frayed at Both Ends on January 28, 2022.

Aaron Lewis Collaboration:

Lewis was featured on the song “No Sex” by Limp Bizkit on their album Significant Other. He was also featured on a remix of the song “Crawling” on Linkin Park’s first remix album Reanimation (titled as “Krwlng” on the remix album). He contributed vocals to the song “Follow” by Sevendust from Animosity, and to the songs “Bleed” and “Send in the Clowns” by the band Cold from 13 Ways to Bleed on Stage.

Aaron Lewis Wife, daughters:

Married to Vanessa Lewis, he has three daughters. Regarding the commercial success of Staind’s albums in the early 2000s, Lewis reflected, “A lot of other people made a shit load of money but we’re the same as any of you. I have to work to pay my bills.”

In a five-minute interview with Outdoor Life magazine, Lewis said that he has been hunting whitetail deer since he was old enough to keep up in the “good old woods”, around age four or five. He prefers to hunt deer with a compound or recurve bow, and he occasionally utilizes a muzzleloader.

Lewis has been open about his struggles with substance abuse and mental health issues, writing about his problems in Staind songs and his country music.

Aaron Lewis Politics:

Lewis supported Donald Trump before the United States presidential election of 2016, although he said he was disappointed with his “bickering and name-calling”.His last tours, from 2019 and 2020, featured him wearing a Make America Great Again cap.

Lewis has been outspoken in his opposition to the COVID-19 vaccine and mask mandates.

Aaron Lewis Philanthropy:

On November 4, 2006, Lewis performed at his old high school in Longmeadow, Massachusetts and gave all the proceeds to the music department to fund the department’s expenses to buy new equipment and supplies.

Lewis’s main focus, however, is the non-profit organization It Takes a Community, where he and his wife have started to reopen their daughters’ elementary school in Worthington, Massachusetts.