Country music’s Aaron Tippin is set to be spotlighted by the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum with a special Songwriter Session. Tippin’s Songwriter Session will be held in the Ford Theater this Saturday, December 19 at 11:30 AM. During the 45 minute program, Tippin will perform several of his hit songs and will discuss his 25 years in the music business.
Immediately following the program, items purchased in the Museum Store will be available for Tippin to autograph.
This year marks Tippin’s silver anniversary as a country music singer. To celebrate, he has released Aaron Tippin 25, a two-disc collection of 25 songs that includes 10 freshly recorded versions of his biggest career hits, as well as 15 brand new songs. The album is available for purchase at aarontippin.com and iTunes.
PROGRAM ADMISSION: Free with Museum admission or Museum membership. For more information on obtaining a program pass or members-only advance reservation, click the following link: http://countrymusichalloffame.org/calendar/event/songwriter-session-aaron-tippin#.VnA2vDZlmRs
About Aaron Tippin
Aaron Tippin’s traditional sound and focus on working-class themes made him one of the most popular acts of the 1990s. He co-wrote his hits “Kiss This,” “My Blue Angel,” “There Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong with the Radio,” “Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly,” “Working Man’s Ph.D.,” and “You’ve Got to Stand for Something.”
For more information on Aaron Tippin, visit www.aarontippin.com.
About the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum
Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum is operated by the Country Music Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization chartered by the state of Tennessee in 1964. The museum’s mission is the preservation of the history of country and related vernacular music rooted in southern culture. With the same educational mission, the foundation also operates Historic RCA Studio B, Hatch Show PrintTM, CMF Records, the museum’s Frist Library and Archive and CMF Press. Museum programs are made possible, in part, by the Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission, the Tennessee Arts Commission, and under agreements with the National Endowment for the Arts.