Aaron Tippin joins Harrison Ford and John Travolta at the "Living Legends of Aviation Awards"

What do country singer Aaron Tippin, and acting legends Harrison Ford, and John Travolta have in common? They all love flying airplanes! OnFriday, January 19, Tippin attended the 15th Annual "Living Legends of Aviation Awards" in Los Angeles, where he spent some time talking airplanes with two of Hollywood's biggest film stars.

"What an honor to get to hang out with Harrison Ford and John Travolta at the 'Living Legends of Aviation Awards,'" says Tippin. "The coolest thing about both of them is that they love aviation as much as I do, so, of course, that's what we talked about all night."

 

During the event, Tippin along with his wife, Thea, and son, Tom, performed two of his biggest career hits, "Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly," and "You've Got to Stand for Something."

 

The "Living Legends of Aviation" annual awards gala is the most prestigious recognition event in aviation. Travolta, "The Official Ambassador of Aviation," hosted the event, while Ford was in attendance to present the Harrison Ford Aviation Legacy Award to accomplished pilot Peter Paul Luce.

 

Aaron Tippin's traditional sound and focus on working-class themes made him one of the most popular acts of the 1990s. Tippin's major career hits include "Kiss This," "My Blue Angel," "There Ain't Nothin' Wrong with the Radio," "Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly," "Working Man's Ph.D.," and "You've Got to Stand for Something." In 2015, Tippin celebrated 25 years in the music business and released Aaron Tippin 25, a two-disc collection of 25 songs that includes 10 freshly recorded versions of his biggest career hits, as well as 15 brand new songs. 

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