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Toby Keith stands behind "Made in America"

Tuesday, June 14, 2011 – Toby Keith premiered a new song from a forthcoming disc last week during the CMT Music Awards.

Shortly after Keith's recent USO Tour of the Persian Gulf, he went in the studio to work on his next album. Made In America was sung by Keith last week.

The song was subsequently released to radio and for digital download via iTunes. Written and produced by Keith with co-write credits for Bobby Pinson and Gregory Scott Reeves, the song celebrates a dyed-in-the-wool patriot: "He's got the red, white and blue flyin' high on the farm, Semper Fi tattooed on his left arm."


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