Aaron Tippin Celebrates Two Decades of Marriage

This year not only marks 25 years in the music business for country music’s Aaron Tippin but it also seals his 20th year of marriage to his wife, Thea.

The “Hardest Workin’ Man in Country Music” and his better half celebrated their platinum anniversary on Wednesday, July 15th.

“I can’t believe she’s kept me around this long,” says Aaron.  “Great friend, great mom and I couldn’t in a million years find a better partner.   I owe her everything.  I love Thea.”  Thea adds, “I’ve been so blessed to be married to my best friend and the love of my life for 20 years.  He is my hero in every way and I can’t imagine going through life with anyone else.”

The Tippins met in 1990 at Starstruck Management, where Aaron was being managed and Thea was working as a management assistant.  Since that time, they have continued working and singing together, making the Tippin career a team effort.

Aaron and Thea Tippin currently reside in Liberty, Tennessee and are the proud parents of two boys, Ted and Tom.

Congratulations Aaron and Thea!

Aaron Tippin’s fame was launched in 1990 with the release of his uncompromising single, “You’ve Got to Stand For Something.”  He followed with other major hits including “Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly,” “There Ain’t Nothing Wrong with the Radio” and “Kiss This.”

2015 marks Tippin’s 25th year in the music business and in celebration of the career milestone, he has released Aaron Tippin 25.  The two-disc album is a 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 exclusively at aarontippin.com.

In addition, Tippin has teamed with Stonehaus Winery to release a commemorative bottle of blackberry wine, “Aaron Tippin Country Jam.”  The new barrel-select wine is available in select liquor stores and Stonehaus Winery.

For more information on Aaron Tippin, visit www.aarontippin.com.


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