Toby Keith has leading role in "Broken Bridges" movie
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Toby Keith has leading role in "Broken Bridges" movie

Thursday, July 20, 2006 – Toby Keith will play the leading man when the movie "Broken Bridges" is released Sept. 8. Keith plays a down on his luck country music singer who returns to his hometown to discover a daughter he has never met. Kelly Preston co-stars as Keith's character's old flame, with newcomer Lindsey Haun in the role of the 16-year-old daughter.

A soundtrack to the movie will be out Aug. 29 on Keith's Show Dog Nashville label. Produced by Keith and Grammy winner Randy Scruggs, the disc includes seven cuts by Keith. The first single, "Broken," is performed by Haun, who is currently working on her debut album. "Broken" will be released to country radio later this summer.

Toby joins Haun for a duet on the title track, while Willie Nelson and BeBe Winans offer a version of the spiritual "Uncloudy Day." Other performers include Scotty Emerick, Matraca Berg, Sonya Isaacs, Rushlow Harris, Flynville Train and Fred Eaglesmith.

The song list on the disc is:

  1. "Broken Bridges," Keith and Haun
  2. "Thinkin' 'Bout You," Eaglesmith
  3. "Crash Here Tonight -Keith
  4. "Broken," Haun
  5. "Along For The Ride," Berg
  6. "Uncloudy Day," Nelson, Keith and Winans
  7. "What's Up With That," Emerick
  8. "High On The Mountain," Flynnville Train
  9. "The Battlefield," Isaacs
  10. "Can't Go Back," Keith
  11. "The Waiting Game," Poor Richard's Hound
  12. "Big Bull Rider," Keith
  13. "Zig Zag Stop," Keith
  14. "Jacky Don Tucker (Play By The Rules Miss All The Fun)," Keith

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