Aaron2 - Copy Aaron Tippin recently did a show at Walters Sate Community College. It was on Friday, July 25. I didn’t get to go since that was the night for our annual Relay For Life, a fund raiser for the American Cancer Society. But Melissa Strickler did go, and sent me a few photos to put up for you.

Aaron has always had a very busy touring schedule, but he hasn’t done any new recordings in 3 years. All that changed when he started his own record label, Nippit Records (Yep, that’s Tippin spelled backwards).

Aaron3 - Copy Aaron left Lyric Street Records in 2004, and his the CD he released on Nippit Records is called “Now & Then.” It is a mixture of new songs with some of his greatest hits. One of the songs in the CD, called “He Believed,” was written by Aaron and his wife. And Aaron said it holds a very special place in his heart. He also has two new music videos, “Ready To Rock (In A Country Kinda Way) and “He Believed,” which stared Aarons son Teddy as a “young Aaron”.

Aaron4 I had the pleasure of meeting Aaron at the Appalachian Fair a few years ago. He is a very sincere person who seems to enjoy spending a little time with his fans.

Most remember Aaron for his hits “Working Man’s PH.D.”, “Kiss This”, “You’ve Got To Stand for Something,” and “There Ain’t Nothing Wrong With the Radio.”

Aaron5 - Copy To keep up with what’s going on with Aaron Tippin, be sure to visit his web site (just click on his name in blue in the first paragraph of this post.)

Thanks again to Melissa for the pictures! And I hope all of you will send me a picture or two form the shows you get to this year. Looking forward to hearing from all of you real soon! Don’t forget to let me know what you want to see on Country’s Chatter, and I”ll do my best to get it up there for you!

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Aaron Tippin recently did a show at Walters Sate Community College. It was on Friday, July 25. I didn't get to go since that was the night for our annual Relay For Life, a fund raiser for the American Cancer Society. But Melissa Strickler did go, and sent...