The number 2 country chart track became Tippin’s largest crossover smash hit and debuted at number 20 on the .
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.
Career Beginnings 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.
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.