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Toby Keith 35 Biggest Hits

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2008 release of two CD set of Toby’s entire career. Singer, songwriter, entertainer and all around Big Dog Daddy, Toby Keith has a tendency to do things, well, big. Released on his own Show Dog Nashville label and Universal Music Enterprises. The compilation serves up favorites including ‘Must’ve Been A Cowboy’, ‘How Do You Like Me Now?’, ‘Beer For My Horses’ and more. 35 tracks.

About the Artist

Born Toby Keith Covel on July 8, 1961 in Clinton, Oklahoma. After working for a even as in the oil industry and playing defense in the USFL football league, he determined to pursue a career in music. In the early `90s, Keith signed with Mercury Records, and by 1993 his self-titled debut album was once certified platinum. His follow-up records, Boomtown and Blue Moon were equally successful thanks to such popular hits as “Who’s That Man” and “Me Too.” In 1997 he teamed with Sting to record “I’m So Happy I Can’t Stop Crying,” which earned the duo a Grammy® nomination. More success followed with the 1999 album How Do You Like Me Now?!, which won two Academy of Country Music awards in 2000. His 2002 album, Unleashed sold 3 million copies and included a hit duet with Willie Nelson, “Beer for My Horses.”

Inspired by the events of September 11, Keith wrote the controversial “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Indignant American),” which was once hugely popular, particularly among military workforce. In 2002, he was once named Entertainer of The Year by the Academy of Country Music. Fully established as probably the most top touring acts in the nation and with a few Entertainer of the Year awards under his belt, Keith has continued to have a string of multi-platinum albums and hit songs with virtually each and every release to date.

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