Toby Keith is a country musician who has released one dozen albums since his 1993 self-titled debut. All of his records have placed within the Top 20 on the country album charts, and all his records since 2001’s “Pull My Chain” have positioned in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200.

Keith has toured on a yearly basis for the past five years, including the recent Biggest & Baddest Tour from 2008-2009 and launching the new America’s Toughest Tour for summer 2009. His concerts are regularly booked for stadiums, arenas and large amphitheaters.

Promoter Speaks Out About Cancelled Country Show, Fans Await Refunds
This summer, a Toby Keith show was cancelled in Illinois last minute and the promoter was accused of running off with the money. Now, the promoter is speaking up about what happened as ticketholders still await refunds. The Freedom and Dignity Festival was set to feature Keith along with... Read more
Promoter Accused of Running With Money From Cancelled Toby Keith Show
A benefit concert for veterans was slated to take place in Illinois earlier this month starring Toby Keith, but the gig was abruptly cancelled after the promoter allegedly ran off with the money. The Freedom and Dignity Festival, featuring Keith and Clay Walker, was set to take place at... Read more
Lauryn Hill Leads List of Thursday Tickets On Sale
Lauryn Hill leads a long list of artists with new concerts on sale, thanks to her recently-announced North American tour. The R&B songstress is hitting the road to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her acclaimed album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, and is expected to visit nearly 30 cities... Read more
Toby Keith, one of country music’s most prolific and popular artists, is kicking off another year with another tour. On the tour, called Live in Overdrive, Keith will be joined by up and comer Brantley Gilbert. Toby Keith burst onto the scene in 1993 with his self-titled debut album,... Read more
After their successful 2009 trek, country stars and label mates Toby Keith and Trace Adkins are no strangers to touring together. This summer, they’ll launch their latest joint venture in support of Keith’s October 2009 record, “American Ride.” The American Ride Tour officially launches June 19 at the PNC... Read more
Country artists Toby Keith and Trace Adkins have rescheduled their July 30 concert at Snowden Grove Amphitheater in Southaven, MS, to September 16. The concert was originally nixed when tornadic activity and thunderstorms engulfed the area as concert gates opened. Tickets for the original date will be honored at... Read more
New concerts from Paul McCartney and Sunny Day Real Estate receive top billing in the daily tour recap for June 24, as compiled by TicketNews. Paul McCartney might not be calling it a “tour,” but his summer concert calendar is filling out nicely with three new performances confirmed for... Read more
Tickets to catch upcoming joint concerts from Judas Priest and Whitesnake as well as tickets for upcoming concerts from Toby Keith are on sale throughout the weekend ending April 27 as compiled by Ticket News. The weekend onsales kick off this morning with tickets for an upcoming appearance from... Read more
Today’s recap includes tour announcements, comedy and music festival updates and more, as compiled by TicketNews on April 17, 2009. Progressive rock fans can look forward to a major tour partnership this summer. Prog-rock icons Yes and Asia will hit the road together, but they’ll share more than just... Read more
After launching his Biggest & Baddest Tour last year, country music star Toby Keith is adding another superlative to his roster: toughest. The summer 2009 America’s Toughest Tour kicks off June 18 at PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ, and wraps September 19 at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre... Read more