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Aaron Tippin

  • Jul 03, 1958 (age 61)
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2013
All in the Same Boat
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AlbumMay 28, 2013

All in the Same Boat

All in the Same Boat released.
Read Between the Lines/Call of the Wild
AlbumFeb 25, 2013

Read Between the Lines/Call of the Wild

Read Between the Lines/Call of the Wild released.
2009
In Overdrive
AlbumFeb 3, 2009

In Overdrive

In Overdrive is an album released in 2009 by American country …
In Overdrive is an album released in 2009 by American country music artist Aaron Tippin. The album is composed of truck driving song covers with the exception of the last two tracks, which are original. Tippin's 2008 single "Drill Here, Drill Now" is also featured in the album. Among the covers are "Drivin' My Life Away" (a Number One for Eddie Rabbitt) and "Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)" (a Number One for Alabama).
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2006
SongSep 5, 2006

My Blue Angel
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SongSep 5, 2006

There Ain't Nothin' Wrong With the Radio
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Now and Then
AlbumSep 5, 2006

Now and Then

Now and Then released.
SongSep 5, 2006

That's as Close as I'll Get to Loving You
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SongSep 5, 2006

I Wonder How Far It Is Over You
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2004
The Platinum Collection
AlbumMar 9, 2004

The Platinum Collection

The Platinum Collection released.
Ultimate Aaron Tippin
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AlbumFeb 10, 2004

Ultimate Aaron Tippin

Ultimate Aaron Tippin released.
2003
All American Country
AlbumOct 15, 2003

All American Country

All American Country released.
2002
Stars & Stripes
AlbumSep 10, 2002

Stars & Stripes

Stars & Stripes is an album released in 2002 by …
Stars & Stripes is an album released in 2002 by American country music artist Aaron Tippin. It features the singles "Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly", "Love Like There's No Tomorrow" (a duet with his wife, Thea) and "I'll Take Love over Money". "Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly" was Tippin's biggest crossover hit, peaking at #2 on the country charts and #20 on the Billboard Hot 100. "If Her Lovin' Don't Kill Me" was later recorded by John Anderson on his 2007 album Easy Money, from which it was also released as a single.
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SongSep 10, 2002

Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly
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RCA Country Legends
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AlbumJun 11, 2002

RCA Country Legends

RCA Country Legends released.
2001
A December to Remember
AlbumSep 18, 2001

A December to Remember

A December to Remember is …
A December to Remember is a Christmas album released by country music artist Aaron Tippin. The album is his first Christmas album, and it includes a mix of original songs and covers. Tippin's rendition of "Jingle Bell Rock" charted on the Hot Country Songs charts in late 2001.
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Video of the Year
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Nomination2001

Video of the Year

Nominated for "Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly".
Academy of Country Music Award
2000
SongJul 25, 2000

Big Boy Toys
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SongJul 25, 2000

Kiss This
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People Like Us
AlbumJul 25, 2000

People Like Us

People Like Us is an album released in 2000 by …
People Like Us is an album released in 2000 by American country music artist Aaron Tippin. His second album for the Lyric Street label, it features his third and final Number One single on the country charts, "Kiss This". Also released from this album were the title track and "Always Was". Tippin's wife, Thea, co-wrote "Kiss This" and "The Best Love We Ever Made", and sang duet vocals on the latter as well as adding the "See Ya!" line at the end of "Kiss This".
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Single Record of the Year
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Nomination2000

Single Record of the Year

Nominated for "Kiss This".
Academy of Country Music Award
1998
What This Country Needs
AlbumOct 6, 1998

What This Country Needs

What This Country Needs is …
What This Country Needs is a 1998 album released by country music artist Aaron Tippin. It was his first full studio album since switching from RCA Nashville to Lyric Street Records. The album includes three singles: "For You I Will", "I'm Leaving", and "Her", which respectively reached #6, #17, and #33 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts in 1999. The track "Sweetwater" was originally recorded by McBride & the Ride on their 1993 album Hurry Sundown, and by Greg Holland on his 1994 album Let Me Drive.
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The Essential Aaron Tippin
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AlbumJun 2, 1998

The Essential Aaron Tippin

The Essential Aaron Tippin released.
Super Hits
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AlbumMar 24, 1998

Super Hits

Super Hits released.
1997
Greatest Hits... And Then Some
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AlbumMar 25, 1997

Greatest Hits... And Then Some

Greatest Hits… and Then …
Greatest Hits… and Then Some is the first greatest hits compilation released by American country music artist Aaron Tippin. Released on RCA Records in 1997, it is composed of nine tracks from his first five studio albums, as well as four newly recorded tracks: "Cold Gray Kentucky Morning", "A Door", "That's What Happens When I Hold You" and "If Only Your Eyes Could Lie". Of these, "That's What Happens When I Hold You" and "A Door" were released, respectively reaching #50 and #65 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts. After this album's release, Tippin exited RCA Nashville's roster, and signed in 1998 to Lyric Street Records.
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1995
Tool Box
AlbumNov 21, 1995

Tool Box

Tool Box is the fifth studio album from American country music …
Tool Box is the fifth studio album from American country music artist Aaron Tippin. It features the singles "That's as Close as I'll Get to Loving You", "Without Your Love", "Everything I Own" and "How's the Radio Know". "That's as Close as I'll Get to Loving You" reached Number One on the Billboard country charts in 1995, giving Tippin the second Number One of his career. "Without Your Love" reached #22, and the other two singles both missed Top 40 in the U.S. The album was certified gold by the RIAA.
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1994
Lookin' Back at Myself
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AlbumNov 8, 1994

Lookin' Back at Myself

Lookin' Back at Myself is the …
Lookin' Back at Myself is the fourth studio album from American country music artist Aaron Tippin. It was released in 1994 via RCA Records Nashville. The album includes the singles "I Got It Honest" and "She Feels Like a Brand New Man Tonight," both of which entered the country music charts; respectively, they peaked at #15 and #39. "Country Boy's Tool Box" later appeared on Tippin's next album, Tool Box.
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1993
Call of the Wild
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AlbumAug 10, 1993

Call of the Wild

Call of the Wild is the third album released by American …
Call of the Wild is the third album released by American country music singer Aaron Tippin. Released in 1993 on RCA Records Nashville, it produced the singles "The Call of the Wild", "Honky-Tonk Superman", "Workin' Man's Ph.D.", and "Whole Lotta Love on the Line". Of these, only "Workin' Man's Ph.D" reached Top 10 on the U.S. Billboard country charts. The album was produced by Scott Hendricks, unlike Tippin's first two albums which were produced by Emory Gordy, Jr.
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1992
Read Between the Lines
AlbumMar 10, 1992

Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines is …
Read Between the Lines is the second album from American country music artist Aaron Tippin. The album features Tippin's first number-one single, "There Ain't Nothin' Wrong With the Radio", as well as the hits "My Blue Angel", "I Was Born with a Broken Heart", and "I Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way". "I Was Born with a Broken Heart" was previously recorded by Josh Logan on his 1988 album Somebody Paints the Wall, from which it was also released as a single. David Ball also released the song on his 1989 self-titled debut, although the album was not released until 1994.
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1991
You've Got to Stand for Something
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AlbumJan 29, 1991

You've Got to Stand for Something

You've Got to Stand for …
You've Got to Stand for Something is the debut album of American country music artist Aaron Tippin. The title track was Tippin's first chart entry, peaking at #6 on the Billboard country charts in 1991. Also released from this album were "I Wonder How Far It Is over You" and "She Made a Memory out of Me", which reached #40 and #54, respectively. "In My Wildest Dreams" was would later be recorded by Kenny Chesney as the title track to his 1994 debut album In My Wildest Dreams.
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1958
Aaron Tippin
BirthJuly 1958

Aaron Tippin

Aaron Tippin was born.
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