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|Jun 14||Toby Keith with Kip Moore||Riverbend Music Center Cincinnati, Ohio||Find Tickets|
|Jun 15||Toby Keith with Kip Moore||First Niagara Pavilion Burgettstown, Pennsylvania||Find Tickets|
|Jun 16||Toby Keith with Kip Moore||DTE Energy Music Theatre Clarkston, Michigan||Find Tickets|
|Jun 21||Ford F-Series Presents Toby Keith with Kip Moore||PNC Bank Arts Center Holmdel, New Jersey||Find Tickets|
|Jun 22||Ford F-Series Presents Toby Keith with Kip Moore||Susquehanna Bank Center Camden, New Jersey||Find Tickets|
|Jun 25||Country USA Music Festival with Eric Church, Sheryl Crow, Billy Currington, Toby Keith, and Dierks Bentley 5 Day||Country USA Fairgrounds Neenah, Wisconsin||Find Tickets|
|Jun 28||Country USA Music Festival with Toby Keith||Country USA Fairgrounds Neenah, Wisconsin||Find Tickets|
|Jun 29||Country Fest 2013 - Saturday||Chippewa Valley Country Festival Cadott, Wisconsin||Find Tickets|
|Jun 30||Toby Keith with Kip Moore||First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre Tinley Park, Illinois||Find Tickets|
|Jul 19||Toby Keith with Kip Moore||Blossom Music Center Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio||Find Tickets|
|Jul 20||2013 Jamboree in the Hills - Saturday||Jamboree In The Hills Bethesda, Ohio||Find Tickets|
|Jul 21||Toby Keith with Kip Moore||Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Buffalo, New York||Find Tickets|
|Jul 26||Toby Keith||North Dakota State Fair Minot, North Dakota||Find Tickets|
|Jul 27||Toby Keith||Cheyenne Frontier Park Cheyenne, Wyoming||Find Tickets|
|Aug 2||2013 Oregon Jamboree - Friday||Oregon Jamboree In Sweet Home Sweet Home, Oregon||Find Tickets|
AMSTERDAM.....PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE........
UK is missing you TK xx.
You need to come Abilene , Tx.
WILL GUYS I HOPE I WILL BE THERE.
be a very nice to meet you, and I know I am not the only fan that would be here to see you in so.calf.
Come back to Colorado soon!
I saw Toby in tour last time he was in Bloomington. I Loved it. He came to my side of the stage and I was so amazed I could not even wave. A month and a half later I found out I had cancer. His song 'Your Smile" was played every day of my chemo. I would love to have Toby sing me that song to celebrate his part in keeping me alive. Come on to Hoopeston or even Bloomington.
Toby Keith was born with the name Toby Keith Covel on July 8, 1961, in Clinton, Okla. The family moved to Oklahoma City when Keith was young, and it was there he became interested in the musicians who worked in his grandmother's supper club. He got his first guitar at age 8, but it would be years before Keith would pursue music as a career. At 6-feet-4 inches, Keith worked in the oil industry and played defensive end with the Oklahoma City Drillers United States Football League (USFL) team.
In 1984, Keith turned to music full time, playing the honky-tonk circuit in Oklahoma and Texas with the band Easy Money. A demo tape made the rounds in Nashville, but there were no takers. After catching a show in Oklahoma, Mercury Records President Harold Shedd signed him to Mercury Records. His 1993 debut single, "Should've Been a Cowboy," went to No. 1 on the Billboard country singles chart, and his self-titled debut album was certified platinum.
When Shedd left Mercury for Polydor Records, Keith went with him. He released a second album, Boomtown, in 1994. The gold-selling collection produced the No. 1 hit "Who's That Man" and the Top 5 hit "You Ain't Much Fun." The platinum-selling Blue Moon followed in 1996, featuring introspective tunes like "Does That Blue Moon Ever Shine on You" and "Me Too."
When Polydor closed its Nashville operation, Toby Keith returned to Mercury Nashville, releasing Dream Walkin' in 1997. The bittersweet ballad, "When We Were in Love," went to No. 2, as did a cover version of rocker Sting's divorce ode "I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying." The duet earned the unlikely pair a Grammy nomination, and Sting joined Keith for a performance on the 1997 CMA Awards telecast. Keith's Greatest Hits, Volume I followed in 1998, although its lead single, "Getcha Some," failed to crack the Top 10. (It has since sold more than 2 million copies.)
Unable to see eye to eye with Mercury, Keith moved to the fledgling DreamWorks Nashville label in 1999. There he worked with label head and producer James Stroud on the studio album How Do You Like Me Now?! The lead single, "When Love Fades," was a modest hit, but the title cut was a five-week No. 1 hit. Another single, "You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This," also went to the top spot on the singles chart for three weeks.
The double-platinum success of How Do You Like Me Now?! also earned Toby Keith some long-awaited award nominations. Keith won two Academy of Country Music awards in 2000, for male vocalist and album. In 2001, he won his first CMA award, for male vocalist. His 2001 album, Pull My Chain, produced three No. 1 hits, "I'm Just Talkin' About Tonight," "I Wanna Talk About Me" and "My List." (The latter two spent five weeks each at No. 1.) He was also nominated for six Academy of Country Music awards in 2001, though he didn't win any.
On March 24, 2001, Toby Keith's father, H.K. Covel, was killed in a traffic accident in Oklahoma. Covel's truck was sideswiped by another vehicle, which caused his truck to swerve into another lane, where it collided with a charter bus. Within six months, the events of 9/11 prompted Keith to write "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)," a song about his father's patriotism that pulled no punches. As the lead single from the 2002 album Unleashed, the song peaked at No. 1 over the Independence Day weekend.
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