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Tippin Point

Tippin Point

Happy 59th birthday to Aaron Tippin. The “Kiss This” singer was born in Pensacola, Fla., on July 3, 1958.MORE

Radio Waves

Radio Waves

25 years ago today (April 18), Aaron Tippin scored his first Billboard No. 1 single with “There Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong With the Radio.” The tune, which was co-written by Aaron and Buddy Brock, stayed on top of the charts for three weeks.MORE

Aaron Tippin Announces 49-City Tour Kicking Off Feb. 9

Aaron Tippin Announces 49-City Tour Kicking Off Feb. 9

Known for making working-class songs like “You’ve Got to Stand for Something, “Working Man’s Ph.D.” and “Kiss This” a part of the country music landscape in the ’90s, Aaron Tippin is taking his own working-class attitude on the road in 2017. The “As Close as I Get to Loving You” singer will crisscross the country…MORE

In Honor of Labor Day, the 40 Hardest Working Songs in Country Music History: #1–10

In Honor of Labor Day, the 40 Hardest Working Songs in Country Music History: #1–10

It’s time to clock in—we’ve got the 40 Hardest Working Songs in Country Music. Today, Sept. 2, we’re featuring #1–10. Country music throughout the decades has not only embraced its working class roots, it’s made a point to praise them. Yes, work is tough, as Merle Haggard wrote in “Workin’ Man’s Blues” or as George…MORE

Kiss This

Kiss This

Happy 58th birthday to Aaron Tippin. The country singer was born on July 3, 1958, in Pensacola, Fla. Over his 25-plus-year career, Aaron has recorded No. 1 hits “There Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong With the Radio,” “That’s as Close as I’ll Get to Loving You” and “Kiss This.”MORE

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Thomas Rhett takes 2020 Lessons Learned Into 2021

Thomas Rhett takes 2020 Lessons Learned Into 2021

2020 was a year that taught us all a lot. Thomas Rhett reflects on the year we just left behind, and what he will take with him into this new year, “You know, 2020 has definitely been hard in many ways, especially for a lot of different families who have either lost work or people that have been on the front lines working in hospitals, or teachers trying to teach three year olds how to learn their letters and their numbers. But for us, I think 2020 has had several silver linings, and for me, I think I was going at such a rapid pace that 2020 definitely forced me to slow down. And so I hope I can take that mindset back into 2021.”