The album included twelve of his prior singles and two new songs: the country rap "Getcha Some"[15] and "If a Man Answers". In an October 2004 appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher, Maines finally confessed that it was indeed a shot at Keith, and that she "thought that nobody would get it". "I find it interesting that he's not from the U.S.," Keith said of Jennings, who was Canadian. In 2005, Keith opened Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, as well as Syracuse, New York and Tulsa, Oklahoma, and now also has restaurants in Thackerville, Oklahoma; Auburn Hills, Michigan; Kansas City; Las Vegas; Mesa, Arizona; Peoria, Arizona; St. Louis Park, Minnesota; Foxborough, Massachusetts; Cincinnati, Ohio; Newport News, Virginia; and Denver, Colorado. "Spending time with our soldiers around the world is something I've always regarded as a privilege and honor," he said. Also certified platinum, this album was led off by the number one single "Who's That Man". "They've lost any sensibility that they had, and they've allowed all the kooks in. Majority of Toby’s money comes from being a country singer. ABC invited Keith to sing "Courtesy of the Red, White, & Blue" on a 2002 Fourth of July concert it was producing, then rescinded the invitation after host Peter Jennings heard the song and vetoed it. On 8-7-1961 Toby Keith (nickname: Toby Keith Covel) was born in Clinton, OK, USA.

Chinese Zodiac: Toby Keith was born in the Year of the Rat.

[7] It was also the top country song of 2000 according to the Billboard Year-End chart.

Keith's music career and his various other business ventures have made him one of the wealthiest celebrities in the United States.

[54], On January 19, 2017, Toby Keith performed at the pre-Inaugural "Make America Great Again! People who are born with Moon as the ruling planet are sensitive, nurturing, and usually have fluctuating moods.

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were number 1 hits, with "Rock You Baby" reaching number 13. It also marked the first man landed on the moon.

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Politics is what's killing America. [62], As of 2015, Forbes estimated Keith's annual income at $53 million.

He recorded the song “Piece of Work” with Jimmy Buffett. He got his first guitar at the age of eight.

[33], In 2009, Keith also established a line of clothing, TK Steelman.

Keith wrote and starred in the 2008 movie Beer for My Horses, which is based on the 2003 hit song of the same name recorded by Keith and Willie Nelson.[31]. [7] Keith also appeared on The Beach Boys' now out-of-print 1996 album Stars and Stripes Vol.

[27][28], On June 25, 2019, The New York Times Magazine listed Toby Keith among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire.[29].

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Toby Keith’s mother’s name is Carolyn Joan Covel and his father’s name is Hubert Keith Covel. Keith's last Mercury release was Greatest Hits Volume One in October 1998.

Zodiac Sign: Toby Keith is a Cancer. The album contains twelve songs: two new, five re-recorded, and five previously released songs.

He holds the distinction of being the only musical artist to have received a five star rating from Stephen Colbert on iTunes.

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On August 31, 2005, Keith founded a new label, Show Dog Nashville.

You can also find out who is Toby Keith dating now and celebrity dating histories at CelebsCouples. [7] Of Pull My Chain, Erlewine wrote that "this is a bigger, better record than its predecessor, possessing a richer musicality and a more confident sense of humor". ", In April 2008, Keith said that Barack Obama "looks like a great speaker and a great leader. Emerick's version of the song was his only top 40 country hit, at number 27.[7]. [55], Keith has an honorary degree from Villanova University, which he attended from 1979 to 1980. And that's why I'll keep going back and spending time with those good folks every chance I get. The last single was "Beer for My Horses", a duet with Willie Nelson which six weeks at the top of the country charts. At first, Keith refused to record the song and sang it only live at his concerts for military personnel.

Toby Keith was born in 1960s.

The song references Keith's father, a United States Army veteran who died that March in a car accident. The album's final single was "Beers Ago" at number 6 in 2012. He appeared the next week, on June 26, and helped Scott Hall defeat Jarrett in singles action.

He appeared briefly, and partly off screen in "Padre de Familia". Keith was born in Clinton, Oklahoma, to Carolyn Joan (née Ross) and Hubert K. Covel, Jr. and is of English ancestry. He distributed copies of a demo tape the band had made to the many record companies in the city. On October 29, 2011, Keith appeared on Fox Channel's Huckabee with former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.

Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. [52], In August 2003, Keith's representation publicly declared he was done feuding with Maines "because he's realized there are far more important things to concentrate on". Of the charity, Keith said: This is a special charity to me. He also abandoned Stroud as co-producer in favor of Cannon's wife, Lari White. [25], In September 2017, Keith released the compilation album, The Bus Songs. Keith's debut single, "Should've Been a Cowboy", went to number one[6] on the U.S. In a January 2007 interview with Newsday, Keith was asked whether he supported the Iraq War. The album's title is a pun on the military term "shock and awe". 2013, edition of Forbes magazine features Keith on the cover with the caption "Country Music's $500 million man". He would later enter the Gauntlet for the Gold main event, suplexing Jarrett and eliminating him from the match. The family lived in Fort Smith, Arkansas, for a few years when Keith was in grade school, but moved to Moore, Oklahoma (a suburb of Oklahoma City), when he was still young. [56] He planned to be a petroleum engineer. Big Dog Daddy followed in 2007, with Keith serving as sole producer. [34], February 2010 marked the opening of the Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill in the Winstar World Casino, exit 1 on Interstate 35 in Oklahoma. Other locations opened in 2010 by the Capri Restaurant Group included those in Great Lakes Crossing in Auburn Hills, Michigan and in the Shops at West End in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. ", a song that he wrote with Chuck Cannon, and which had previously been turned down by Mercury. [24] The album's second single is "Shut Up and Hold On". On March 24, 2001 (incidentally, Keith's 17th wedding anniversary), Keith's father was killed in a car accident on Interstate 35.

Composed entirely of original songs, the album produced one chart entry in "Santa I'm Right Here", which reached as high as number 50 based on Christmas airplay.[7].

The song has received three million spins since its release, according to Broadcast Music Incorporated.[2]. [22] This was Keith's first album not to produce a top 10 hit, with "Trailerhood" reaching number 19, followed by the title track and "Somewhere Else" both at number 12. [5] He has a sister and a brother.

He appeared briefly, and partly off screen in "Padre de Familia".

In the Autumn of 2005, he filmed Broken Bridges, written by Cherie Bennett and Jeff Gottesfeld, and directed by Steven Goldmann.

After three years of dating, the pair got hitched on March 24, 1984 and have since enjoyed 35 years of wedded bliss. Keith also endorsed Democrat Dan Boren in his successful run in Oklahoma's 2nd congressional district and is good friends with former Democratic New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson.

I'm giving our commander in chief a chance before I start grabbing.

On March 24, 2001, Keith's father, H.K. The new songs on the album are "Shitty Golfer" and "Wacky Tobaccy". Keith then played several of his patriotic songs, including "American Soldier", "Made in America", "Beer For My Horses", and "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue".

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Keith performed on a series of television advertisements for Telecom USA for that company's discount long distance telephone service 10-10-220.

[38] The article titled "Cowboy Capitalist" by Zack O'Malley Greenburg also contains information regarding Keith's earnings as a musician over the course of his career, such as earning $65 million in the past 12 months, which surpasses the earnings of even more well known musicians such as Jay-Z and Beyoncé and that he hasn't earned less than $48 million a year over the past 5 years. [45], In April 2008, a commercial spot to promote Al Gore's "We Campaign", involving both Keith and the Dixie Chicks, was proposed. And that has nothing to do with politics. [10] Keith and Twain also appeared in Tracy Lawrence's music video for "My Second Home" in 1993. [7] A two-disc Christmas album, A Classic Christmas, followed later in 2007.

"I bet Dan Rather'd let me do it on his special.

Keith's final DreamWorks album was Honkytonk University in early 2005. [32], In 2009, Capri Restaurant Group announced that it will open another "I Love this Bar & Grill" location in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's South Side Works shopping and entertainment district. In 1999, Keith moved to DreamWorks Records' Nashville division, of which Stroud served as president. He then returned to focus once again on music.

So far, two of Toby Keith’s children, Krystal and Stelen, have followed their father into the … The reaction to the song, the lyrics of which express clear nationalistic and militaristic sentiments, was strong in many quarters, even to the point that the Commandant of the Marine Corps James L. Jones told Keith it was his "duty as an American citizen" to record the song.

In 1982, the oil industry in Oklahoma began a rapid decline and Keith soon found himself unemployed. Elias and Pedro Rodriguez, operators of Rodriguez Transportes of Tulsa, and the Republic Western Insurance Co. were found liable as they failed to properly equip the charter bus with properly working air brakes.[60]. County music star Toby Keith ‘s wife, Tricia Lucas Covel, first caught his attention at an Oklahoma nightclub in 1981 when he was just 20-years-old and she was 19. Keith then signed with Polydor Records Nashville and released his second album, Boomtown, in September 1994. Please join me in supporting these kids through Ally's House. This song, the title track to his 1999 album of the same name, was the number one country song of 2000, and one of several chart-toppers during his tenure on DreamWorks Nashville.

The movie also stars Kelly Preston, Burt Reynolds, Tess Harper, and Lindsey Haun.

JUMP TO: Toby Keith’s biography, facts, family, personal life, zodiac, videos, net worth, and popularity. "[48][49], Keith had a public feud with the Dixie Chicks over the song "Courtesy of the Red, White, & Blue", in 2002, as well as over comments they made about President George W. Bush on stage during a concert in London, in March 2003. [7] This song led off his self-titled debut album.