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Toby Keith show comes under enemy fire

Tuesday, April 29, 2008 – Toby Keith's show at an Afghanistan military base last week had to be delayed in mid-stream due to a mortar fire attack on the base during the show. Keith performed before about 2,500 soldiers at the base in Kandahar, according to People magazine. The show was part of an 18-show USO tour for Keith in the Persian Gulf.

Keith was singing "Weed With Willie" when mortar fire on the base halted the show last Thursday. Keith stayed with troops in a bunker for about an hour until the danger subsided. Keith continued the concert right where he left off. His tour ends this week.


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