Toby Keith kicks off the first leg of Toby Keith That’s Country Bro! Tour May 26 at the Tree Town Music Festival in Forest City, Iowa. The tour’s initial leg has been announced, with 28 cities on the slate and more to come. Meanwhile, the single from which the trek gets its name bows today, May 3, across all radio, streaming and digital platforms.
Written by Keith and longtime collaborator Bobby Pinson, “That’s Country Bro” is a quick sprint down a country icon heritage trail carved out and delivered with the kind of wit and polish that led to Keith being a 2015 Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee. Toby also co-produced the track with Pinson and Reid Shippen; Arturo Buenahora is executive producer.
The single is Keith’s first new music since his acclaimed “Don’t Let The Old Man In,” featured in last year’s Clint Eastwood film “The Mule.” The tour follows last year’s Toby Keith Should’ve Been A Cowboy Tour XXV, which was at the center of a multi-faceted celebration of the 25-year anniversary of his debut No. 1 smash “Should’ve Been A Cowboy.”