Keith brought a 93-year-old Veteran on stage and began singing, “American Soldier,” before going into “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American).”
How does a bar crawl with a bunch of your friends, a private performance with Toby Keith and then come home to your BRAND NEW Ford F-150 sound? Enter to win here!
Jack Shell talked to Toby Keith about the Good Times & Pickup Lines tour, his first stop in Detroit in two years, his Songwriter Hall of Fame honor, his relationship with Ford and his new single “35 MPH Town.”
Just inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall Of Fame, Toby Keith’s songwriting skills shine once again right here in the lyric video for his new single “35 MPH Town.” A sad yet true story of what is happening in small towns all across America…
He even performed Keith’s “As Good As I Once Was.”
Thanks, bin Laden.
Brantley Gilbert has been an opening act and a headliner, and he admits the experiences as an opener haven’t always been perfect, but he says, “I think everybody handles themselves different on the road.” One thing Gilbert has learned, is that respect is earned and he hopes to be as highly respected by his crew, as Toby Keith is after 20 years in the music business! Hear what Brantley has learned from ‘Big Dog Daddy’ here…
The inaugural Lost Highway Festival will bring bikers and music lovers together this May in San Bernadino, Calif.
Toby Keith, Cyndi Lauper and Jerry Garcia are the newest songwriters to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
This summer, music fans are getting a new country festival in Delaware.