Toby Keith embarks on USO tour
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Toby Keith embarks on USO tour

Wednesday, May 9, 2007 – Toby Keith is set to embark on his fifth USO tour to the Persian Gulf and Germany. Keith will perform, meet with troops and tour a variety of job posts.

Keith previously traveled to Africa, Cuba, Belgium, Kuwait, Bosnia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Italy, Germany and numerous times to Iraq and Afghanistan for the USO.

Keith's next CD, "Big Dog Daddy," is scheduled to be released June 12 on his ShowDog Nashville label.

This tour continues the USO's tradition of bringing celebrities to troops abroad. Entertainers who recently participated in USO tours include Alex Trebek, Chely Wright, Gary Sinise, Five For Fighting, Carrie Underwood, Wilmer Valderrama, Jo Dee Messina, Larry The Cable Guy, Montgomery Gentry and Rascal Flatts


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