The new DVD release by Toby Keith called “10” collects exactly that many of Keith’s most engaging videos, giving everyone the chance to see just how much the small screen loves Toby … and vice versa.
The Western imagery and story-telling of his debut single "Should’ve Been A Cowboy," his Willie Nelson collaboration "Beer For My Horses" and his latest "Bullets In The Gun" butts up against the fun and frivolity of "I Love This Bar" and "As Good As I Once Was." And Keith’s never afraid to take a hard stand or drive home wry social commentary, as in "Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue" and "American Ride." In fact, of his literally dozens of major awards, 10 (fittingly) have been for his videos.
His current single "Bullets In The Gun" is shooting up to the top of the charts. The album for which it serves as title track debuted at No. 1 all-genre. And his American Ride Tour was ranked as one of the year’s top tours by Pollstar.
He’s also nominated for the Best Male Country Vocal Performance Grammy for his emotional tribute to his late friend Wayman Tisdale, "Cryin’ For Me (Wayman’s Song)." And on Jan. 29, Toby will return to the Grand Ole Opry stage eight years after his first and only performance there.
"10" Track Listing:
1. Should’ve Been A Cowboy
2. How Do You Like Me Now?!
3. Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue (The Angry American)
4. Beer For My Horses (Toby Keith & Willie Nelson)
5. I Love This Bar
6. American Soldier
7. As Good As I Once Was
8. American Ride
9. Bullets In The Gun
10. God Love Her
You can pre-order the DVD now, by clicking here.
I’m a long time Toby fan. I like the older Toby things best – “Should’ve Been A Cowboy,” “How Do You Like Me Now?”, and I absolutely love Toby’s song, “Me, Too,” from his Blue Moon album.
I need to run. I’ll talk to you all soon. Have a fantastic Friday!