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05 May 2009
<(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) Singer, songwriter and multimedia entrepreneur Toby Keith is already wrapping up his most important tour of the year having visited forward operating bases in Afghanistan as part of his seventh USO Tour to the Middle East. But his next tour is shaping up as one of the summer"s blockbusters.>

Toby Keith America's Toughest Tour presented by Ford F Series opens June 18 in Holmdel, NJ, and the itinerary has recently expanded through September. Keith is joined on the tour by hit-maker Trace Adkins.

Touring in support of his latest acclaimed and chart topping album That Don't Make Me A Bad Guy, Keith is enjoying the third consecutive hit from the release as "Lost You Anyway" powers into the top 20. The song follows his back-to-back No. 1 singles "She Never Cried In Front of Me" and "God Love Her," the latter recently rang the bell as his 25th No. 1 single.

Toby remains one of the most prolific and successful musical artists and entertainment businessmen of his generation. His endeavors include his own record label, restaurants, clothing, movies and more. And he continues to be the central creative force behind an astonishing run of musical success – writing, producing and recording some the biggest hits of the last 15 years while filling performance venues coast to coast.

America's Toughest Tour dates:

June 18 Holmdel, NJ
June 19 Cleveland
June 20 Indianapolis
June 26 Tampa, FL
June 27 W. Palm Beach, FL
June 28 Jacksonville, FL
July 10 Virginia Beach, VA
July 11 Raleigh, NC
July 12 Charlotte, NC
July 17 Hartford, CT
July 18 St. Clairsville, OH
July 19 Detroit
July 25 Philadelphia
July 26 Boston
July 31 Kansas City, MO
August 1 Dallas
August 3 Sturgis, SD
August 6 Detroit Lakes, MN
August 13 San Diego, CA
August 14 Phoenix
August 15 Los Angeles
August 16 San Francisco
August 20 Albuquerque, NM
August 21 Denver
August 22 Salt Lake City
August 28 Kelseyville, CA
September 3 Saratoga Springs, NY
September 4 Buffalo, NY
September 5 Scranton, PA
September 10 Cincinnati
September 11 Pittsburgh
September 12 Washington, DC
September 17 Atlanta
September 18 St, Louis
September 19 Chicago

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