Heather Locklear hooks up with Toby Keith
Thursday, August 10, 2006
– Known for associating more with rockers, actress Heather Locklear has something in common with Toby Keith. They're both in Keith's video for his upcoming single "Crash Here Tonight."
Locklear, once married to Bon Jovi's Richie Sambora, plays Keith's love interest in the clip was filmed this week in Los Angeles. The song itself is featured on Keith's platinum "White Trash With Money" album. An acoustic version will be on the "Broken Bridges" soundtrack, out Aug. 29, from the movie starring Keith.
Keith starts the Hookin' Up & Hangin' Out Tour in Cleveland Friday. The tour also includes special guest Joe Nichols and featuring new duo Rushlow Harris and Keith's film co-star Lindsay Haun, who are both signed to Keith's Show Dog Nashville record label. The tour will hit more than 60 cities through year's end. Haun also appears
on the soundtrack.
"Broken Bridges" features Keith in the role of a down-on-his-luck country singer who returns to his hometown to discover a teenage daughter (Haun) he has never met before.
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