Country star Aaron Tippin is taking home the gold thanks to a recent video documentary about the singer’s career in music. The film, Aaron Tippin – 25 Years, recently won a Telly Award at the 37th Annual Telly Awards. With over 13,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries, the win is a big accolade for Tippin and the film’s director, Glenn Sweitzer of Nashville-based film company Fresh Films.
“I have had the honor of working with Aaron for the past 10 years, and helping tell his story was a true honor,” says Sweitzer. “There’s never a boring moment in the life of Aaron and Thea Tippin.”
Tippin adds, “I was so honored to find out we’d won a Telly Award for our documentary. It’s always great to work with Glenn Sweitzer. He’s such a talent.”
The documentary gives viewers an in-depth look at the country singer’s rise from humble beginnings to international stardom. The documentary features interviews with Tippin as well as the music pros who helped make him a household name including recording industry icons Joe Galante and Randy Goodman, 650 AM WSM‘s Bill Cody, singer-songwriter Mark Collie, publisher and media personality Charlie Monk and more.
The Telly Awards honors the very best film and video productions, groundbreaking online video content, and outstanding local, regional, and cable TV commercials and programs. For more information, visit TellyAwards.com.
Watch the full documentary HERE.