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Keith is "100% Songwriter"

Thursday, September 21, 2023 – Toby Keith will release "100% Songwriter " on Nov. 3 on Mercury Nashville/UMe on vinyl and digitally.

The release includes 13 songs that Keith wrote alone. The collection spans from his self-titled debut album through 2006's "White Trash With Money."

Keith has had many hits with a wide array of co-writers and a handful from outside writers. Keith wrote his first single and number one hit, "Should've Been A Cowboy" in a motel bathroom in Dodge City, Kan.

The track list is:
1. Should've Been A Cowboy, from Toby Keith
2. He Ain't Worth Missin', Toby Keith
3. Wish I Didn't Know Now, Toby Keith
4. Who's That Man?, Boomtown
5. Big Ol' Truck, Boomtown
6. Does That Blue Moon Ever Shine On You, Blue Moon
7. Country Comes To Town, How Do You Like Me Now?!
8. You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This, How Do You Like Me Now?!
9. Courtesy Of The Red, White and Blue (The Angry American), Unleashed
10. Who's Your Daddy?, Unleashed
11. Stays In Mexico, Greatest Hits 2
12. Honkytonk U, Honkytonk U
13. Crash Here Tonight, White Trash With Money

Keith's most recent album was "Peso in My Pocket" in 2021. He has been battling stomach cancer since last year.


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