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  Five things I can't live without:
  • 1. The Weather Channel. A pilot's best friend. We fight for the remote because the boys want to watch cartoons and I want to watch The Weather Channel. I know all of the names of every reporter on there. I actually got to meet one of them once and you would have thought that I had met Elvis.
  • 2. My recliner. I call it ''the man chair.'' Me and my two little boys all pile up in it and eat Popsicles together. It's got big stains all over it, and Thea is constantly trying to clean it
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    3. Pinto beans. Anyone who knows me, knows that I eat pinto beans every day and have for years. They are my low-fat fuel.

    • 4. Gold Toe socks. They are the only socks I'll wear. They all have to be exactly the same size, and I'll only wear white ones. It's about the only thing I am really particular about.
    • 5. My Glock model 27 .40 caliber. My security system.
    •                      The three sexiest people alive
    •                  1. My wife, Thea. She's beautiful.
    •                 2. My wife, Thea. She's sexy.
    •             3. My wife, Thea. She'll kill me if I say anyone else                                                                 in a good

      Here's some trivia about Aaron Tippin: He has posed for muscle magazines, was a corporate pilot at 23, has a tattoo of South Carolina's palmetto tree on his right arm and has a Yankee colonel buried on his 300-acre farm in Tennessee.
      Having Civil War officer John Hathaway buried on his property is about as exciting to Mr. Tippin as having hit records.

    "He was a mean one," Mr. Tippin said in a telephone interview. "He killed 23 or 26 men in war and in peacetime."

    "Tennessee was very different from Georgia or South Carolina during the Civil War," Mr. Tippin continued. "People from Tennessee were mostly just farmers. It was a very torn state.

    Mr. Tippin has had a long string of hits, including You've Got to Stand for Something, Working Man's Ph.D., I Wouldn't Have it Any Other Way, There Ain't Nothin' Wrong with the Radio, That's as Close as I Get to Lovin' You, I Got It Honest, Honky Tonk Superman and his most recent, Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly. It was recorded the weekend after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The song was composed by Mr. Tippin, Kenny Beard and Casey Beathard more than two years earlier but was never released on an album. It was released as a single, paired with Mr. Tippin's 1991 hit, You've Got To Stand For Something, with the net proceeds going to the Nashville chapter of the American Red Cross.

    In recent years, Mr. Tippin has had a renewed success with Lyric Street Records. His fourth album for the label, I Believed, is set for release in late July.

    It's going to be a quick trip in and out of Augusta for Mr. Tippin, whose schedule calls for him to be in Detroit tonight and Chesapeake, Va., Sunday.

    He always enjoys coming here, from his pre-star days when he sang with the Darby Hill Band out of the Greenville, S.C., area. The band was booked a week at Smokey's Saloon on Washington Road in 1981, but Mr. Tippin said they only lasted two nights.

    he club management thought the Darby Hill Band was a hard-rock band, and the Darby Hill Band thought a club with the name of Smokey's Saloon surely must be a hard-core country place. Both were wrong.

    Success as a solo singer came Mr. Tippin's way with his 1990 album, You've Got To Stand For Something, and its title song that became Mr. Tippin's career-making single.

    Success also came his way July 15, 1995, when he married Thea Corontzos. They have had two boys together, Teddy and Thomas. Mr. Tippin also has a grown daughter, Charla, from a former marriage.

    The couple met when he was being managed by Reba McEntire's Starstruck company and Thea was working as an office assistant.

    Mr. Tippin said he is happy about the success of Miss McEntire's hit television series, Reba (9 p.m. Fridays on WB).

    "She's a great actress. Not many people can do that - move out of one field and move into another. Elvis, Dolly, Reba and Kris (Kristofferson) have been a few who have made that change (from singing to film), but there haven't been many."

    So why not Mr. Tippin? After all, he's got the looks, the unique personality, the fan base and the voice that could translate well onto small or big screens.

    "I've got my hands full," he said with a laugh, "cutting records, chasing boys, killing turkeys and having fun on my farm. That's my limit. My plate is full. I used to want to do it all, but I don't anymore."


    Here's a collection of little-known facts and trivia about Aaron. If you have any that you'd like to add, feel free to email them to me. You'll get your name next to it for all the world to see. Sounds cool, huh?

    Aaron Tippin is an accomplished pilot who started flying real young. "My dad was an Air Force jet pilot instructor. When I was 4 years old he took me flying with him. He took out a stack of flight manuals for me to sit on so I could see over the nose of the plane, then he let me take the contr ls and fly it                          Back in South Carolina, Aaron worked for several trucking companies. He drove a White Road Commander for Cooper Motor Lines through the east and southeast with a buddy from his band for a driving partner. Aaron has also hauled dry freight for Carolina Western with a GMC Astro.