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

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

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 Sweet Cherry Wine

Show Participants

  • Aaron Tippin
  • Jim Casey, NCD editor in chief

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