TIPPIN MEETS ONE OF THE CARVERS OF MOUNT RUSHMORE
Aaron Tippin recently spent some time in South Dakota to shoot an episode for Great American Country's (GAC) new show, "Made In America." The show brings viewers up close and personal with the companies and people who make America what it is today Tippin started his day in South Dakota in the Black Hills, visiting Mount Rushmore with author and historian, Tom Griffith as his tour guide. Tippin had the opportunity to meet Nick Clifford who was the youngest sculptor to work on carving the faces on Mount Rushmore. "An interesting fact about Nick Clifford,"Tippin noted, "is that he was hired to help sculpt Mount Rushmore simply because he was a good baseball player!"
BLACK HILLS SHOW SCHEDULE
Jul. 10: 12 noon
Jul. 11: 6pm
Jul. 12: 9pm
Jul. 14: 6pm
Jul. 15: 3pm & 11pm
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Neil is an independent producer/writer of country programming for syndicated radio, a broadcaster and an author (Giants of Country Music - Billboard Books), as well as the writer of a Nashville news service to radio and CountryStars.com. For more than two decades, he's interviewed every major country music star. Haislop produced and wrote more than a dozen superstar radio specials in the last two years alone, including profiles of Shania Twain, Reba McEntire, Vince Gill, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Clint Black, Trisha Yearwood, Brooks & Dunn, Alan Jackson, Randy Travis, Alabama and Garth Brooks.
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