Staind Sells Out Turning Stone Showroom Two Nights In a Row

Under the cloak of darkness, the band takes the stage and begins to rock the audience on not just one night, but two, packing the house on both occasions. Best known for their seven hit albums and more than 25 hit singles, Staind has remained one of the most popular hard rock bands over the past two decades and sold out two nights at Turning Stone Showroom.


With Aaron Lewis on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Johnny April on bass and backing vocals, Mike Mushok on lead guitar, and Sal Giancarelli on drums and percussion, how can you not love the electricity felt in the air and vibrations throughout the room with the amps blasting some of their best known hits from over the years.

What many don’t know about these rock stars is their dedication to giving back to communities throughout New England through a charity called It Takes A Community Foundation.   The foundation was founded in 2010 by Aaron Lewis and his wife, Vanessa, when the small rural school in their hometown was closed due to budgetary constraints.  Instead of seeing their children and the others in the town bused to schools outside their community, they came together to establish the foundation to combat this problem.  Through a benefit concert that year, they were able to raise enough money to reopen the school as a private local school available to all the children in the community.   Now in their 4th year of raising money through benefit concerts and an annual golf tournament,  the foundation focuses on reviving rural communities throughout all of New England by working together with the leaders in the communities to identify and address their individual needs and crises at hand.  For more information on the charity and the concert and golf tournament for 2014, please visit It Takes A Community Foundation at .

For more information on Staind and their upcoming shows please visit their page at .

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