Keith plans greatest hits package
Thursday, August 1, 2019
– Toby Keith will release a greatest hits plus package, "Toby Keith Greatest Hits: The Show Dog Years," on Oct. 25.
Keith started the Show Dog Records label in 2005.
The new disc features more than a dozen tracks with four newly recorded songs including "Don't Let The Old Man In" and his current single, "That's Country Bro," which he recently performed live on NBC's Today, the CMT Music Awards and The Voice finale. Two other previously unreleased tracks are "American Ride (Official Remix)" featuring DJ KO and "Back In The 405," a co-write with Colt Ford that celebrates a hometown girl's return.
"Well, folks, here it is," Keith wrotein the liner notes. "The Show Dog years' biggest hits. I know it's long overdue, but we put them all in one big pile. Twenty-five years went by fast, but I'm very blessed to have this wonderful career. Still kickin' it, too. See ya out there on the road."
The track listing is:
1. That's Country Bro*
2. Made In America
3. Beers Ago
4. Red Solo Cup
5. American Ride
6. Don't Let the Old Man In*
7. God Love Her
8. Hope On The Rocks
10. Cryin' For Me (Wayman's Song)
11. She Never Cried In Front Of Me
12. High Maintenance Woman
13. Love Me If You Can
14. Lost You Anyway
15. Back In The 405*
16. American Ride (Official Remix)*
* Newly recorded songs
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