Examiner: Aaron Tippin to celebrate 25 years in country music in 2015

Dec 17 | Posted by: AT Team


Aaron Tippin, the "Hardest Workin'
 Man in Country Music" will soon be 
celebrating a major career milestone.
The year 2015 will mark Tippin's 25th 
year in music.


Tippin is currently planning his 25th 
Anniversary tour and is in-studio putting 
the finishing touches on a
 commemorative album that will feature 
all new music as well as freshly recorded
 versions of his hit songs. More details
 on Tippin's tour and new album will be
 announced soon.


"I can't believe it's been 25 years since I
 started this amazing journey," notes 
Tippin. "I've been so blessed to be able 
to live a hillbilly singer's dream and to still be living it today. It's so much fun to look back on 
these last 25 years and to still look forward to many more."


Aaron Tippin's fame was launched in 1990 with the release of his uncompromising single,
"You've Got to Stand For Something." He followed with other major hits including "Where 
the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly," "There Ain't Nothing Wrong with the Radio" and
 "Kiss This."


The country singer will continue to perform into 2015 as part of the "Roots & Boots" tour featuring Joe Diffie and Sammy Kershaw. The unique tour features the wildly successful hitmakers performing from their vast catalog of chart-toppers, as well as new material. The trio released "All in the Same Boat," in 2013.

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