AARON TIPPIN FLIES WITH NEW SINGLE, LABEL
Tippin makes "He Believed" a family affair
NASHVILLE, TN- Aaron Tippin recently released a family inspired single "He Believed" on his new, power-staffed record label, NIPPIT Records, and it is garnering a great response.
The video for "He Believed," directed by Wes Edwards of award-winning production company Ruckus Film, features Tippin's son Teddy as a "young Aaron." Filmed at the Upper Cumberland Regional Airport in Sparta, Tenn. on January 16th and 17th, the location was most appropriate for Tippin, a certified pilot.
Tippin wrote "He Believed" shortly after the passing of his father, Willis "Tip" Tippin. Tip died in April 2005 in a car accident in North Carolina. "My dad was the oak tree of the Tippin family," Tippin commented of his father. "He taught me to 'stand for something;' to stand for what I believe in," Tippin said.
Ruckus also produced recent videos for Jason Aldean, Craig Morgan and Nashville Star Chris Young.
NIPPIT Records welcomes three new additions to the record label staff. Dave Kirth will handle Western promotion, Joe Carroll, the Southeast and Ryan Barnstead, the Midwest. The promotion staff can be reached at the following email addresses: Ryan Barnstead at firstname.lastname@example.org, Joe Carroll at email@example.com and Dave Kirth at firstname.lastname@example.org