Jul 3, 1958 Aaron Tippin is born in Pensacola, Florida.
Oct 23, 1977Aaron Tippin has his first daughter, Charla
Mar 17, 1990 Aaron Tippin co-writes "Ain't Nothin' Wrong With The Radio" Dec 23, 1990 Buoyed by his anthem "You've Got To Stand For Something," Aaron Tippin flies to Saudi Arabia to perform for American servicemen who would find themselves embroiled in the Gulf War
Jan 12, 1991 Aaron Tippin performs "You've Got To Stand For Something" on "Bob Hope's Christmas Cheer From Saudi Arabia," an NBC special with The Pointer Sisters, Marie Osmond and Johnny Bench. Jan 22, RCA releases Aaron Tippin's first album, "You've Got To Stand For Something." Feb 9, 1991 Aaron Tippin makes his "Hee Haw" debut, performing on the venerable TV show alongside Reba McEntire and Mac Wiseman. Jun 15, 1991 Alabama's June Jam X attracts 67,000 fans to Fort Payne for a benefit featuring Garth Brooks, Baillie & The Boys, Doug Stone, Mark Chesnutt, Aaron Tippin, Joe Diffie, Clint Black, Neal McCoy, Alan Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Ricky Van Shelton, Vince Gill and Ray Kennedy
Jan 20, 1992 RCA releases Aaron Tippin's "There Ain't Nothin' Wrong With The Radio" Feb 1, 1992Ronnie Milsap, Aaron Tippin and Highway 101 perform on TV's "Hee Haw" Feb 23, 1992Reba McEntire performs "Is There Life Out There" and "For My Broken Heart," and Collin Raye does "Love, Me" on NBC's "Hot Country Nights." The episode also features Ricky Van Shelton, Asleep At The Wheel and Aaron Tippin Mar 10, 1992RCA releases Aaron Tippin's album "Read Between The Lines" Apr 18, 1992Aaron Tippin picks up his first #1 country single in Billboard: "There Ain't Nothin' Wrong With The Radio" Jun 13, 1992Vince Gill and Marty Stuart appear at Alabama's June Jam XI in Fort Payne, Alabama, along with Doug Stone, Ricky Van Shelton, Neal McCoy, Trisha Yearwood, Restless Heart, Joe Diffie, Diamond Rio, Aaron Tippin, Mike Reid, Michelle Wright and Billy Dean
Feb 24, 1993 With his song "My Blue Angel" in release, Aaron Tippin flies with the Navy's Blue Angels in El Centro, California
Jul 19, 1993 Aaron Tippin secures his first platinum album, for "Read Between The Lines."
Aug 10, 1993 RCA releases Aaron Tippin's album "Call Of The Wild"
Sep 28, 1993 released soundtrack for beverly hillbillies with other artist. The song he performed was "I am so lonesome I could cry"
Sep 26, 1994 RCA releases Aaron Tippin's "I Got It Honest"
Oct 27, 1994 Aaron Tippin flies with the Air Force's Thunderbirds in Sanford, Florida
Nov 8, 1994 RCA releases Aaron Tippin's album "Lookin' Back At Myself"
Dec 27, 1994 Aaron Tippin sings the national anthem when the World Wrestling Federation stages an event at Nashville's Municipal Auditorium
Mar 10, 1995 "You've Got To Stand For Something" is certified as Aaron Tippin's third gold album
May 15, 1995 Aaron Tippin's album "Lookin' Back At Myself" is certified gold
Jul 15, 1995Aaron Tippin marries business partner Thea Corontzos in a traditional Greek ceremony in Nashville
Oct 24, 1995 RCA releases Aaron Tippin's album "Tool Box"
Apr 8, 1996 Aaron Tippin receives a gold album for "Tool Box"
Jun 18, 1997 The Tennessean reports that Aaron Tippin has split with RCA Records
Dec 14, 1997 Aaron and Thea Tippin have a son, Theodore Emory Tippin
Oct 6, 1998 Lyric Street releases Aaron Tippin's album "What This Country Needs," his first for the Disney-owned label
Jul 25, 2000Lyric Street releases Aaron Tippin's album "People Like Us"
Sep 29, 2000Aaron Tippin receives his fifth gold album, for "People Like Us"
Sep 17, 2001Lyric Street releases Aaron Tippin's "Where The Stars And Stripes And The Eagle Fly" to radio, just two days after he began recording it
Nov 22, 2002Aaron Tippin departs for a 10-day USO mission in Afghanistan to perform for American troops
Nov 28, 2002 Aaron Tippin spends Thanksgiving in Pakistan, eating a turkey dinner with Central Command's chief, general Tommy Franks, during a USO tour. He gives the general an acoustic performance, including "Where The Stars And Stripes And The Eagle Fly"
Apr 12, 2003Aaron Tippin sings "You've Got To Stand For Something" and "Where The Stars And Stripes And The Eagle Fly" outside the White House in a rally for the troops. Also participating: G. Gordon Liddy, Rush Limbaugh and Arnold Schwarzenegger
Jul 4, 2003Aaron Tippin performs at the base of the Washington Monument in the nation's capitol in celebration of the Fourth of July
Apr 11, 2005 Aaron Tippin's father, Willis Tippin, dies in a traffic accident near Greenville, North Carolina. The tragedy occurs on the elder Tippin's 78th birthday
Oct 27, 2005Josh Turner, Aaron Tippin and Julie Roberts perform a hurricane relief concert in Florence, South Carolina
Nov 4, 2005Aaron Tippin performs a free concert for military personnel and their families at McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey
Nov 20, 2005Aaron Tippin begins a nine-day USO tour of Southwest Asia where he performs a series of shows for American soldiers
Nov 24, 2005 Aaron Tippin has Thanksgiving dinner with American soldiers serving in Iraq at Forward Operating Base Speicher, north of Baghdad
Nov 29, 2005Aaron Tippin concludes a nine-day USO tour in which he performed for U.S. troops stationed in Southwest Asia
Mar 25, 2006Billboard reports Aaron Tippin is leaving Lyric Street after an eight-year association with the label
Jun 20, 2006Independent Rust Records announces the signing of Aaron Tippin
Apr 10, 2007Aaron Tippin, Andy Griggs and Rhett Akins headline a fundraiser for disabled American veterans at Nashville's War Memorial Auditorium
Jun 9, 2007NASA uses Aaron Tippin music to wake up astronauts orbiting the Earth on the Space Shuttle Atlantis
Nov 19, 2007Aaron Tippin performs for American troops in Kuwait to kick off a six-show tour of the Middle East with the Washington Redskins cheerleaders
Nov 26, 2007Aaron Tippin heads back to the U.S. after a one-week series of concerts for American soldiers in the Middle East
Oct 7, 2008Aaron Tippin joins firefighters to dig trenches near his home in Liberty, Tennessee, protecting his house and rescuing livestock from a blaze
Oct 21, 2008Aaron Tippin performs in a political rally for local candidates at Republican headquarters in Murfreesboro, Tennessee