Aaron Lewis' "That Ain't Country" video brings to life the heroes that he sings about in the song. Filmed at the Ernest Tubb Record Shop on Nashville's Lower Broadway, the camera pans to images of Hank Williams and other country legends hung on the store's walls.

Lewis and his band are shown performing outside the record shop throughout the video, as a young couple two-step along to the music while a crowd develops outside. As he sings of not fitting into today's country music scene, the young man sifts through the record store's merchandise to find Lewis' latest album, Sinner, in the pile. Interested in what he sees, he picks it up and puts it on the record player.

With shots of the famed honky-tonks on Lower Broadway, Lewis gets his point across on the rollicking new single that gives a nod to the greats before him.

"We got Waylon singing songs 'bout a Ramblin' Man / And Junior's got a cold one in his hand / And the Possum's gettin drunk again imagine that / And Charlie Daniels' playing fiddle underneath that hat."

Lewis is not shy about voicing his opinion on the current state of country music. The singer recently called out Luke Bryan, Sam Hunt, Dan + Shay and Cole Swindell for “choking all the life out of country music.”

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