Due to the Coronavirus many of my spring tour dates are being rescheduled to later in the year. We still want to get to your town as soon as we can.  Keep checking Aarontippin.com for updates and most importantly take care of yourselves and your families.

Aaron Tippin Talks Career Highlights, Turning 60 Years Old, Performing for the Troops, Releasing His New Cherry Wine & More

Jul 11 | Posted by: AT Team

by Jim Casey I @TheJimCasey I June 28, 2018

 

Jim Casey talks with Aaron Tippin about: 

- Turning 60 years old on July 3

- Staying active in the gym

- Dropping his debut album, You've Got to Stand for Something, in 1991 

- Going on his first USO Tour with Bob Hope 

 - Continuing to perform for the troops for almost 30 years 

- The hardest job he's ever had 

- Getting branded as a "working man" by his label in the early '90s 

- His career ambition of flying 

- Picking up a guitar for the first time after his brother was killed 

- His favorite song, "He Believed" 

- A new crop of country stars like Michael Ray and Jimmie Allen who cite Aaron as an influence

- The possibility of releasing new music 

- His love of songwriting 

- His busy summer tour schedule 

- Teaming with Tennessee-based Stonehaus Winery for his Kiss This Cherry Wine 

Show Participants 

Aaron Tippin 

Jim Casey, NCD editor in chief 

Due to the Coronavirus many of my spring tour dates are being rescheduled to later in the year. We still want to get to your town as soon as we can. 

Keep checking Aarontippin.com for updates and most importantly take care of yourselves and your families.

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