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Country music star Aaron Tippin (left) stopped at the Tennessee Roadhouse in Alexandria to visit with owners Connie Lee and Kevin Cunningham recently. He made an appearance on the “Connie Lee and Friends” radio show that airs live on BOB-FM 105.5 and 106.1 every Sunday. (Contributed)

Country music star Aaron Tippin visits Tennessee Roadhouse

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Country music star Aaron Tippin stopped at the Tennessee Roadhouse in Alexandria to visit with owners Connie Lee and Kevin Cunningham recently.

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He made an appearance on the “Connie Lee and Friends” radio show that airs live on BOB-FM 105.5 and 106.1 every Sunday, reaching more than 3 million listeners.

Tippin is known for his patriotic anthems, including “You’ve Got to Stand for Something,” and “Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly.”

Another reason for his visit: Tippin, an owner of multiple light aircraft, is active in the Experimental Aircraft Association and there is an EAA chapter at the Alexandria Airport.

He took a look at Cunningham’s aerobatic/airshow aircraft at the airport.

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