Music of the road

March 1, 2009
Country crooner Aaron Tippin's newest album, In Overdrive, is packed with his takes on classic trucking songs, which he feels have gotten short shrift from Nashville of late. Seems like somewhere along the line, trucking music got shoved off the country music plate, Tippin told Fleet Owner. I don't understand exactly why. The trucks are still out there. And they're busier than ever keeping America

Country crooner Aaron Tippin's newest album, In Overdrive, is packed with his takes on classic trucking songs, which he feels have gotten short shrift from Nashville of late. “Seems like somewhere along the line, trucking music got shoved off the country music plate,” Tippin told Fleet Owner. “I don't understand exactly why. The trucks are still out there. And they're busier than ever keeping America rolling. I know the folks who work and live in the trucking world still love this music — and so do most fans of real country music.”

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