On Saturday August 13th Aaron Tippin performed live at the San Juan County Fair in Farmington, NM. The promoter, Linda Brown said, “Aaron broke the all-time attendance record last night.” Tippin has been performing for over twenty-years with a number of hits under his belt so it’s no wonder there was a packed house. He has the songs and the carisma that keep fans coming back.
This isn’t the first concert that Tippin has packed the house. Last month at the Fauquier Country Fair in Warrenton, VA, there were so many people at the concert that there were no parking spaces left. Brenda Rich, President of the Fauquier Country Fair board said, "There were approximately 6000 attendees at the fair throughout the day. It was like a grand opening at Wal-mart. We had to park people everywhere and It was one of the best nights we have ever had."
Tippin has charted more than 30 hits on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs including several Number Ones such as: “There Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong with the Radio,” “That’s as Close as I’ll Get to Loving You,” and “Kiss This.” Following September 11, 2001, he released the political composition “Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly,” which became a theme for soldiers fighting overseas. The song was voted one of the country’s greatest patriotic songs by AOL.