4th of July Weekend Event


Come join us celebrate the founding of our nation. We will be having live music all weekend. Check with your local Toby Keith's ILTBG for bands and times. Have a safe Holiday weekend.

No one can call Toby Keith anything but country


You won't hear his music on a pop or crossover station, a la Rascal Flatts or Taylor Swift. When it comes to Toby Keith, he's country to the core. And we're ALL OVER that. In an age when too many singers try to be everything, to everybody, in every genre, there's no shame in sticking to your roots. And Keith, who is in concert Saturday night at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, is country fr...

10 Years Ago: Toby Keith Hits No. 1 With ‘Whiskey Girl’


Ten years ago today (July 10, 2004), Toby Keith stormed to the top of the charts with his song, ‘Whiskey Girl.’ The tune was the third and final single from his multi-platinum 2003 ‘Shock’N Y’all’ album. Keith co-wrote the song with his good friend and frequent collaborator, Scotty Emerick. “She’s just the epitome of a redneck girl who ain’t into wine and beer or tequila,” Em...

Toby Keith likes his truck


Brian Dahl had hoped he'd get country music performer Toby Keith to notice his red, white and blue truck at the Tree Town Country Music Festival on May 24 and 25 in Forest City. Keith did notice it -and in a very big way. Keith spent about four hours on May 25 and 26 with Dahl and Dahl's pickup after Keith's performance on May 25. "My goal was to get the truck signed and talk to him," Dah...

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 ...

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...

Krystal Keith, Toby’s baby girl, proves she’s more than just a chip off the old block with ‘Whiskey & Lace’


Many, many years ago, Toby Keith said if you have to rely on your opening act to sell tickets, you probably oughta stop touring. Well, the big guy who plays Blossom Music Center on Sunday, June 29, doesn't NEED to rely on someone else – the lawn is already sold out and there aren't that many pavilion seats left – but there sure as heck is a lot of interest in one of his opening acts: this 2...

Krystal Keith Joins Toby Keith’s Shut Up And Hold On Tour


Krystal Keith has hit the road with her famous father as the opening act for Toby Keith’s Shut Up And Hold On Tour. The tour kicked off May 30 in San Bernardino, Calif., and also features Colt Ford. Keith is touring in support of her debut album, Whiskey & Lace, released earlier this year. The album features her first single, “Get Your Redneck On,” as well as “Daddy Dance With Me,” a...

Toby Keith’s Annual Golf Classic Raises $950,000


Toby Keith recently held his annual Toby Keith & Friends Golf Classic, which raised $950,000 for Keith’s OK Kids Korral, a cost-free home for pediatric cancer patients and their families in Oklahoma City. More than 800 people attended the tournament’s opening dinner, concert and silent auction, with 44 teams taking part in the golf tournament. A dinner with Keith at OK Kids Korral was aucti...

Toby Keith aims to give back to Oklahoma communities, charities and troops


For 10 years, country music star Toby Keith held his annual Toby Keith & Friends Golf Classic, which includes a fundraiser, with one goal in mind. The indoor play room of the Toby Keith Foundation’s OK Kids Korral at 818 NE 8 in Oklahoma City. Photo By Steve Gooch, The Oklahoman Steve Gooch - The Oklahoman In January, that goal was realized when Keith raised enough funds to finally open the ...