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article imageAaron Tippin celebrates 25 year anniversary in country music

By Markos Papadatos     Dec 12, 2014 in Music
Country singer Aaron Tippin has a major milestone to be proud of. He is celebrating his 25 year anniversary in the country genre of music.
As a result, the country crooner will be releasing new music to coincide with this milestone. He has been dubbed as the "hardest workin' man in country music," and he doesn't need a Ph.D. to prove that (to quote the title of his signature song).
He will be celebrating this event with a 25th anniversary tour, as well as a new studio effort, which will be a collection of new music and fresh versions of his country classic hits. The country singer will be sharing all of these details with his fans in the near future.
Overjoyed, Tippin remarked in a press statement. "I can't believe it's been 25 years since I started this amazing journey," he said, and he noted that he has been afforded the privilege to live his dream, and he continues to do so today. "It's so much fun to look back on these last 25 years and to still look forward to many more," Tippin added.
He began his career in the country genre in 1990, thanks to the success of his breakthrough radio single "You've Got to Stand For Something." His most popular songs at his live concerts include the patriotic-themed "Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly," as well as "There Ain't Nothing Wrong with the Radio," "Working Man's Ph.D" and "Kiss This."
"Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly" reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot Country charts, as well as the Top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.
To learn more about country singer Aaron Tippin, check out his official website.
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