Retrieved 2 April Wikimedia Commons has media related to Aaron Tippin. Back in South Carolina, Aaron worked for several trucking companies. In the background is his Mack B with its Holmes twin-boom wrecker. They’ll have to wait till later to get pretty. It was also the title track to his debut album , released in late I used it to haul rock from the quarry about two miles away.

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Truck Driver Songs: Aaron Tippin “Driving Fool”

Aaron Dupree Tippin [1]. This B had been repowered with a Mack diesel.

After a divorce 13 years ago, I came to Nashville at age 25 and took a job as a heavy equipment mechanic just over the line in Kentucky. LaCrosse ton lowboy semi-trailer.

Aaron is quick truci say that his vehicles are not museum pieces, but working trucks he has used to build a number of projects around his farm, including his bus garage; the long winding road into his bus garage area; the land clearing, basement excavation, and site work for his new log home; and his next project, a landing strip for his airplane.

Mack B with Holmes twin boom wrecker.

This one was formerly owned by Wall Trucking Co. Archived from the original on 31 March The first old tipin I bought was a ’74 Ford F dump truck.


Chicken Truck | Aaron Tippin

When I moved to the farm I wanted a dump truck to haul crushed stone for the driveway I was going to build to the future site of my bus garage. This album produced two chart singles which both failed to make Top Tippin’s second album, Read Between the Lineswas released in I’d forgotten how great these old Macks were.

Aaron hopes his gun shop in nearby Smithville will be his “retirement” when he is through with his music career. Tippin’s singing voice is a baritonecharacterized by a heavy, nasal Southern twang. You can’t help but feel good and holler a little bit! Retrieved from ” https: Read Between the Lines became Tippin’s first platinum album. This story is available online at: We started to drive it back home, but about halfway back to Nashville, the engine started to die.

Chicken Truck

I worked all night and wrote songs in Nashville during the day. Shown at right is Aaron’s favorite truck, a Mack B tandem tractor which formerly belonged itppin Ferguson Bros.

These are not restored trucks, but Aaron Tippin’s “work trucks,” many of aaon he has used on his farm. Still carrying his CDL to drive his old work trucks, Aaron occasionally drives his bus when he’s on the road with his band. Although the album was certified gold in the United States, the next two singles performed poorly: Aaron’s first record deal was inwith his first song coming out in Tandem dump semi-trailer formerly owned by Palmer Bros. We found an old boy at a garage who had a fuel filter that fit, we changed it, and Pow!


White Mustang dump, You too embarrassed to come in? One of Aaron’s past big hits is the humorous, “There Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong with the Radio,” a song he wrote about an old clunker of a car: Not far from the winding Smith Fork Creek is a broad clearing in the valley, where a flat semi-circle of old iron and rubber curls up against a row of trees shown in photo above.

Tippin switched to Lyric Street Records inwhere he recorded four trukc studio albums, counting a compilation of Christmas music. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. People Like Us was also certified gold. Co-written by Tippin with his wife, Thea, the song went to the top of the Billboard country charts, becoming his third and final Number One hit.

I was raised on a farm in South Carolina, where I got some truck driving experience.