Toby Keith ready to launch "Big Dog Daddy" CD
Friday, June 8, 2007
– Toby Keith is mounting a push for the release of his second album, "Big Dog Daddy," on his own label ShowDog Nashville on Tuesday.
On release day, Keith will perform on "The Tonight Show," part oa week of activities around the release. He also will be on "The Tavis Smiley Show" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Other TV appearances are on "The View" and "CBS' Early Show" as well as "The Big Story with John Gibson," "The Colbert Report," "The Glenn Beck Program," "A&E Private Sessions" and ABC's "Nightline," CNN and EXTRA.
The first single was "High Maintenance Woman" with the new single being "Love Me If You Can."
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