I recently rediscovered Aaron Lewis and Staind thanks to the Rhapsody music service and thought I’d share some of my favorite acoustic rock tracks and cover versions by this very talented artist by digging up some of the videos from YouTube.
Staind – Comfortably Numb (Acoustic Cover)
An acoustic cover version of the Pink Floyd song "Comfortably Numb." This track is off the Singles 1996 – 2006 album which was released in 2006.
Staind – Outside (Live Acoustic)
Aaron lewis performs a live acoustic version of "Outside" alongside Limp Bizkit front man Fred Durst. This track is off the Staind album entitled Break the Cycle released in 2001.
Staind – Nothing Else Matters (Live Acoustic Cover)
A cover version of the Metallica song "Nothing Else Matters" performed live at the MTV Icon Metallica show in 1991.
Staind – So Far Away (Live Acoustic)
Staind performing "So Far Away" live at Yahoo Studios. The original version of this track can be found on the Staind album entitled Singles 1996 – 2006.
Staind – Everything Changes (Live Acoustic)
Staind performing "Everything Changes" Acoustic at MTV. The original version of this track can be found on the Staind album entitled Singles 1996 – 2006.
Staind – Sober (Live Acoustic Cover)
Staind front man Aaron Lewis performs a live acoustic cover version of a Tool track entitled "Sober." This track can be found on the Staind album entitled Singles 1996 – 2006.
Staind – Black (Live Acoustic Cover)
Staind does an acoustic cover of a track entitled "Black" originally by Pearl Jam.
Well, that’s it for my selection of kick-ass acoustic rock courtesy of Aaron Lewis and Staind, please enjoy and share.
Have a rocking day
PS: I’ve subsequently also discovered some more killer acoustic tracks by Pearl Jam, so keep an eye out for those as I’ll be sharing them soon too.