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Countryfest Past – Aaron Tippin Put A Bike Together

As we get closer to the WGNA Countryfest announcement on Thursday morning, I think all of us at WGNA start to think about some past Countryfests. I’m sure almost everyone has some fond memories of the big show.

Last night I played “Kiss This” by Aaron Tippin. Aaron played for us, and the one time he did, I remember in between songs, he put together a bicycle, and then donated it to charity. I thought what a classy thing to do. By the way, I think he assembled the bike in less than three minutes.

I’m sure all of us will be sharing some of our memories of a past Countryfest or two. What great memories do you have that you can share with us?

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