“Aaron Lewis is a great musician,” said Tom Porter, CEO of Blaster Entertainment. “His songs relate true country values and life experiences. We’re excited about having him on the Blaster team.”
Lewis’ management team at Vector Management has also recruited former Sony Music Nashville VP Promotion Skip Bishop, along with John Ettinger, Tony Benken and the Quarterback promotion team, to promote the artist’s current single “Endless Summer.” Former R&J Records Marketing & Artist Development head Derek Simon has been added to the project in a similar capacity. Webster & Assoc. will handle public relations.
The video for “Endless Summer” recently debuted on CMT’s Big New Music Weekend, and Lewis played to a record crowd at the Stagecoach Festival in California. The Blaster Entertainment family also includes Hank Williams Jr., Neal McCoy and Brother Trouble.