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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

When the Singer From Staind Plays a Truck Stop, What is the Line Danceability?

Posted by Ezra Ace Caraeff on Tue, May 24, 2011 at 11:04 AM

Do NOT line dance to this mans music
  • Do NOT line dance to this man's music

Low. The line danceability is low.

Country Partner and line Danceability: Low (Dance floor is standing room only for this show

That above quote is from the fine folks at the Jubitz Truck Stop Ponderosa Lounge who are hosting Aaron Lewis, the onetime frontman for Fred Durst-endorsed sensitive nü-metal act Staind, this Thursday night. Contrary to what you think, Lewis is not actually driving a truck these days, he's performing country music. First Gwyneth, and now this. Why won't you people just leave country music alone?

Anyway, do whatever you want at this show, just don't line dance.

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