STAIND frontman Aaron Lewis performs his new solo song “I Ain’t Made In China”
STAIND frontman Aaron Lewis performed his new song “I Ain’t Made In China” during his August 4 solo concert at the Psycho Silo Saloon in Langley, Illinois. You can check out fan-filmed video of the performance below.
Aaron’s new song features such lyrics as “I ain’t made in China / From all the cheapest clothes / And I ain’t one for driving an imported foreign car / I’m more like an American muscle from 1966 / I ain’t made in China / I’m American as it gets”.
Back in March, Lewis told the Los Angeles Times that he doesn’t pay attention to news that is delivered by the mainstream media.
“I’m not uneducated; I’m actually really smart, and I look for myself. I seek other options of information,” he said. “I refuse to believe that a huge, gigantic corporation has our best interest in mind.”
When asked where he gets his news, Lewis replied: “I have news feeds and people that I follow on Telegram. Dan Ball. Andrew Wilkow. Mark Levin. If I’m gonna watch any sort of news source on television, it’s Tucker Carlson.”
When asked whether Fox News would count as an exception to his mistrust of corporations, Aaron said: “I think that if Tucker didn’t have the following he has, he’d be gone. He’s pretty much anchoring the network at this point.”
The 50-year-old STAIND frontman, who has established himself as a solo country artist over the last 10 years, dropped his latest solo album, “Frayed At Both Ends“, back in January.