Toby Keith

Toby Keith is an American country-music singer-songwriter, record producer, and performer. Keith introduced his first four studio albums— 1994’s Boomtown, 1993’s Toby Keith, 1996’s Blue Moon and 1997’s Desire Walkin ‘, plus a Greatest-Hits package for assorted sections of Mercury Records before leaving Mercury in 1998. These records all attained gold or more certificate, and made several chart singles, including his introduction Should’ve Been a Cowboy, which topped the nation charts and was the most-played country tune of the 90’s. The tune has got three million spins since its launch, based on Broadcast Audio Incorporated.

Signed to Nashville DreamWorks in 1998, Keith introduced his break through single How Do You Like Me Now?! & that twelvemonth. This tune, the title-track to his 1999 album of exactly the same name , was the Number-One country tune of 2000, plus 1 of the chart toppers throughout his tenure on DreamWorks Nashville. His next three records, Pull My Chain , Unleashed , and Shock’n Y’all , made three more Quantity Ones each, and all the records were licensed multi-platinum. A 2nd Greatest Hits bundle followed in 2004, and following that, he introduced Honkytonk University.

When DreamWorks closed-in 2005, Keith started the label Show-Dog Nashville , which became component of Show-Dog-Common Music in December 2009. He’s released seven studio albums on this label: 2006’s White-Trash with Cash , 2007’s Huge Dog Daddy , 2008’s That Don’t Make Me a Poor Guy , 2009’s American Journey , 2010’s Bullets in the Gun , 2011’s Clancy’s Tavern , and 2012’s Hope about the Rocks in addition to the compilation 35 Biggest Hits in 2008. Keith additionally made his performing debut in 2006, starring in the movie Broken Bridges and costarred with comic Rodney Carrington in the 2008 picture Beer for My Horses.

Keith has launched sixteen studio albums, two Xmas records, and three compilation albums. He’s also charted more than forty singles in the Billboard Hot Country Tracks graphs, including sixteen added Top Ten hits and nineteen Number-One hits. His longest-continuing Number One hits are Beer for My Horses (a 2003 duet with Willie Nelson ) and As Great as I Used To Be (2005), at six months each. He’s sold over 40 million records globally.

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