Aaron Tippin Tickets
As a commemoration of a 25-year long career marked by success and fame, country singer Aaron Tippin has released a splendid collection of prior hits and fresh country anthems. Titled “Aaron Tippin 25”, the album released in March 2015 and has generated much of a buzz about the singer’s long and onerous journey to stardom. The celebrated singer is ready for a nationwide trek with his brand new collection in what will be one of the most highly anticipated events in the country. With your Aaron Tippin tickets in hand, you can witness the phenomenal singer delighting the crowds with his acoustic ballads and mild vocals. Don’t forget to make it to the music venue when this talented singer reaches your city.
Latest Aaron Tippin Events
- Grand Ole Opry: Del McCoury Band, Aaron Tippin, Mark Wills, Ricky Skaggs, Jeannie Seely, Mike Snider & Riders In The Sky, Grand Ole Opry House, tickets for 02/18 7:00PM at Grand Ole Opry House, Nashville, TN
- Sat Feb 18 2017
- Runaway Country Music Festival - 3 Day Pass, Osceola Heritage Park, tickets for 03/17 TBA at Osceola Heritage Park, Kissimmee, FL
- Fri Mar 17 2017
Aaron Tippin Live in Concert
Truly a beloved artist, Aaron Tippin is famous for his sold out shows and jam-packed arenas. The singer started off as a songwriter and eventually made his way up becoming one of America’s most lauded country singers. Tippin, popular for his patriotic anthems and macho tracks, is widely admired by the working class of the country. With a significant number of honky-tonk ballads in his repertoire, Aaron Tippin has solidified his status as an absolute luminary. Grab your Aaron Tippin tickets as soon as possible because celebrities like these don’t show up every weekend.
About Aaron Tippin
Although music is what he’s most passionate about, Aaron Tippin is an expert pilot, a fine winemaker, an avid bodybuilder and a farmer by birth. Born in Pensacola, Florida, Tippin was raised on a family farm in South Carolina. It was here that the young Tippin spent his time singing and playing the guitar at an age as young as ten. Inspired by his father, Tippin began working as a professional pilot even before he was 20 years old. Disillusioned by an industry slump and a broken marriage, Tippin reverted to music as a full-fledged career and moved to Nashville in 1986.
After moving to Nashville, Tippin quickly snagged a staff writer job at Acuff-Rose, writing songs in the morning and working at an aluminum factory in Kentucky at night. In 1987 he participated in a talent contest that eventually landed him into a song publishing deal. Tippin is known to have written songs to the likes of stars like Charley Pride, David Ball, The Kingsmen and Mark Collie among others. In 1990, Tippin’s demo tape earned him a deal with the RCA Records and he immediately released his debut album “You’ve Got to Stand for Something” in 1991.
Aaron Tippin was lucky to enjoy fame at an early stage of his career. Following the release of his debut album, Tippin became extremely popular due to his highly inspirational lead single “You’ve Got to Stand for Something”. The Top 10 smashing single highlighted the significance of standing up to one’s principles and is often reminisced as a motivational anthem for soldiers fighting in the then Gulf War. Following the release, Tippin got a chance to accompany Bob Hope on a USO tour of the Mideast to meet fighting soldiers and the artist has remained a motivational influence for them ever since. The singer came up with his sophomore album “Read Between the Lines” in 1992, which hit the Top 10 and gave phenomenal singles like “My Blue Angel”, “I Wouldn’t Have it Any Other Way” and his first ever chart topper “There Ain’t Nothing Wrong With the Radio”. Three other albums followed but despite giving a few popular singles like “The Call of the Wild” and “That’s as Close as I’ll Get to Loving You”, they failed to impress the critics.
After a temporary slouch in his career, Tippin made a brilliant comeback with his album “What This Country Needs” generating a Top 10 single “For You I Will”. In 2000, the successful singer released his country Top 5 album “People Like Us” with the popular single “Kiss This”. After the tragedy of September 11th 2001, Tippin was greatly moved and immediately recorded the patriotic song “Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly”. The number 2 country chart track became Tippin’s largest crossover smash hit and debuted at number 20 on the Billboard Hot 100. His continued popularity has established him as an industry fixture and he knows how to provide the entertainment fans yearn for. Famous for being an outstanding onstage entertainer, Aaron Tippin has been an all-time country heartthrob. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to catch him on the stage at a place near you.