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According to, Toby Keith was signed to Mercury but later asked to be let go because they would not release his "How Do You Like Me Now?!" single and the album that went with it. Rather than accepting this he decided to buy it from Mercury in 1999 and took it to DreamWorks. Well turns out, they didn't like it either. He released the single "When Love Fades" from the same album an...

Toby Keith Headlines Annual Country Jam!


24th Annual Festival Kicks off June 18 Toby has been announced as a headliner for the 24th Annual Country Jam Music Festival, held in Grand Junction, Colorado. The four day music festival kicks off on June 18, 2015. General Admission Tickets are on sale now! Actual show dates have not been released. Toby's tour page will be updated with that information as soon as they receive it. You can also re...

Syracuse voted Best Bar of 2014!


  Congratulations to the Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill in Syracuse, NY! They were voted as the best bar of 2014 by the voters of Central New York. The following excerpt was written on the location: "You'll find it all here – great, down-home cooking, the best in high-energy live bands, and a friendly environment that makes you feel like a part of the family! I Love This Bar offers...

CMT Ultimate Kickoff Party!


On January 9th 2015, Toby Keith rocked the opening performance for the CMT Ultimate Kickoff Party with the number two U.S. Billboard Top Country Songs: "Beer For My Horses". He also sang his new single "Drunk Americans" from his upcoming album "35 MPH Town". We can't wait for his new album to be released! Also performing at the show were: "Lady Antebellum, Aloe Blacc, Big & Rich, Brett Eldred...

Toby Keith in Politics!


  Bruce Rauner was inaugurated as the new Illinois Governor last night Monday, January 12th, and he carried on in true country fashion!   Rather than holding the traditional black tie ball, which Rauner described as "stuffy", he held a concert featuring our very own Toby Keith along with blues legend Buddy Guy and cover band The Boat Drink Caucus.   Rauner spun his wife, Diana, aro...

Toby Keith Rakes in the Bucks as Country’s Highest Paid Star


How do you like him now? For the second year in a row, Toby Keith has topped Forbes magazine's list of the highest paid country artists. Keith's bounty this year? A cool $65 million. The hefty sum is derived from profits from Keith's own record label, Show Dog - Universal, his endorsement deal with longtime tour sponsor Ford, and his culinary endeavors the I Love This Bar and Grill restaurant chai...

Krystal Keith talks new album, Toby Keith and summer tour


Country singer Krystal Keith, the daughter of Toby Keith, opened up about her music as a solo artist and her other endeavors. Her album Whiskey & Lace was released in December of 2013 on Show Dog-Universal Music, which featured the single "Daddy Dance with Me." "I really wanted a father-daughter dance song that was from a daughter's perspective. My dad and I have such a special bond and relations...

12 Years Ago: Toby Keith Hits No. 1 With ‘Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue’


12 years ago today (July 20, 2002), Toby Keith earned his ninth No. 1 single, with his tune ‘Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American).’ Keith wrote the song in late 2001 as a response after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, and also as a tribute to his father, Hubert Covel, who was killed in a car accident in March of that year. The song, which Keith says he wrote in a...

Toby Keith bringing the old school back on festival circuit


Toby Keith, the country music artist who sang about Beer for My Horses in a famous 2003 duet with Willie Nelson, more recently sings about Drinks After Work in the title track from his 2013 album of the same name. In fact, the 53-year-old Oklahoman, who's been known to hoist a Red Solo Cup -- also the name of his 2011 big crossover song -- during his live shows, is the first to admit that's an ...