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Oct 20

Aaron Tippin’s Back in the Pilot Seat on GAC’s Day Jobs

Aaron Tippin

Aaron Tippin on the set of his episode of the GAC series, Day Jobs.

Aaron Tippin is returning to the skies as part of GAC’s new TV series Day Jobs. While the highlight of his resume might be ‘country singer’ these days, Aaron was a pilot specializing in business transport. “Although I love singing for a living, if the energy crunch had not hit in the ’80s, I’d still be a pilot,” he said. The episode airs October 30 at 8/7 Central.

On Day Jobs, country stars go back to the jobs they worked before they got their big music break and put in a full day of labor. Each one-hour episode follows three country stars as they return to their former roles and discover if they still have what it takes. They also realize just how much those early jobs shaped their lives today.

On Aaron’s episode of Day Jobs, he will fly a few businessmen’s wives on a day trip to shop. Aaron will do every job from engine maintenance to making coffee – and be reminded he can’t control the weather. In the same episode, Darryl Worley will return to the water as a commercial fisherman and David Nail heads back to his Missouri hometown to work as a Dairy Queen employee for the day.

Day Jobs airs every  Sunday at 8/7 Central. Don’t miss this weekend’s new episode, featuring Gary Allan, Eddie Montgomery and Josh Kelley, premiering Sunday, Oct. 23. Be sure to check out the Day Jobs show section for streaming highlights, photos and the full schedule. Go to Day Jobs  >>


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Posted at 9:01 am, October 20, 2011 | Permalink

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