But it was a bit “Hollywood” for the avowed conservative.
This summer, music fans are getting a new country festival in Delaware.
There are a lot of sides to Toby Keith. And in his new “Drunk Americans” video, he’s kind of a goofball.
Toby Keith, Lady Antebellum, Big & Rich and Brett Eldredge are the latest country acts to be tapped for the event.
Was Willie Nelson right when he sang that “Sad Songs and Waltzes Aren’t Selling This Year”? Is country music now all happy and upbeat?
Keith describes the song as what would happen if his previous hits “I Love This Bar” and “American Ride” had a child.
Currently there’s no word on a release date.
The 12-track record, out Nov. 4, features Zac Brown Band on “Black Water,” Chris Young helping out on “China Grove” and Blake Shelton singing on “Listen to the Music” with Hunter Hayes on guitar.
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The Doobie Brothers are calling on many of their country friends for their tribute album ‘Southbound,’ set to be released on Nov. 4.
Toby Keith has good reason to fill his red Solo cup to the brim. The country singer has been been named country’s highest paid star by Forbes Magazine for the second year in a row.
The total debt that one franchise of Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar & Grill owes the state now amounts to more than $252,000.
From Hank Williams moaning that there’s “A Tear in My Beer” on up to Toby Keith’s “Red Solo Cup,” Kenny Chesney’s “Beer in Mexico” and even recent single “Bartender” from Lady Antebellum, drinking has been a favorite topic in country music.
“I got a song called ‘Call a Marine,'” said Keith. “It’s kinda dirty, but they said, ‘If you clean it up a little bit we’ll let you do it.'”
Toby Keith, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, George Strait, Merle Haggard, Hunter Hayes and The Band Perry are just some of the artists who perform on their own or alongside members of the military during tonight’s “All-Star Salute to the Troops.”
Lee Brice, Hunter Hayes, Toby Keith, Tim McGraw, Kellie Pickler, and Keith Urban have also been added to the already impressive bill of the television special, which airs in May. LL Cool J and actor Chris O’Donnell will host.
Rascal Flatts, Kris Kristofferson, the late Jack Clement, producer Dann Huff and songwriter Shane McAnally are also among those receiving off-camera awards from the Academy of Country Music this year.