Now in the twilight of Aaron Tippin’s career, chances to see him live are fewer and farther in between, so we have to take them when we can get them. Take a look back at this moment in country concert history when Aaron was making the rounds with the biggest stages in the business!
Aaron Tippin Concert Tour Info:
After a 3 year break from recording, Aaron Tippin is now ready to share his new music with his devoted fans and catch some new ears along the way too. After Aaron Tippin parted ways with Lyric Street records in 2004, he began recording a brand new CD that he released on his own label called NIPPIT RECORDS (which is TIPPIN spelled backwards). The album is titled “Now & Then” and is a mixture of new songs with some of Aaron’s greatest hits. Included in the brand new CD is a song that Aaron and his wife Thea wrote about his father who passed away a couple of years ago. The song is titled “He Believed” and holds a very special place in Aaron’s heart.
Along with recording “Now & Then”, Aaron Tippin also released 2 brand new music videos, “Ready To Rock (In A Country Kinda Way) and “He Believed” which starred Aaron’s son Teddy as a “young Aaron”.
Aaron Tippin Details:
Aaron Tippin made his reputation with such hard-core honky tonk performances as “Working Man’s PH.D”, “Kiss This”, “You’ve Got To Stand For Something” and “There Ain’t Nothin Wrong With The Radio”. The “hardest workin man in country music” is back and ready for action. Though he was still touring heavily, he had not recorded new material for 3 years.
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