NASHVILLE - The politically-charged video will make its world television debut on CMT tomorrow, Friday, August 14, beginning at 6 a.m. ET/PT, and will air every hour on the hour during CMT's music video hours throughout the weekend. In addition, the video will be featured during CMT TOP 20 COUNTDOWN which airs Friday, August 14 at 11 a.m., ET/PT. In total, "American Ride" will air 18 times throughout the weekend on CMT.
"I'm a 'right-wrong guy' not a 'right-left guy' and this video shows that," Keith says. "We took our shots at everyone."
Toby Keith has been among the top musical performers in any genre throughout this decade. Already the No. 4 album seller of the decade according to a recent Yahoo! analysis, Keith is once again one of Forbes' top earning musicians in the world. And his business empire is almost as expansive as his hit making ability, encompassing restaurants, movies, a clothing line and his own record label, Show Dog Nashville.
His latest single, "American Ride" from his upcoming release of the same title, is one of the fastest rising songs of his career, while the critically acclaimed That Don't Make Me A Bad Guy, his current album, boasts the back-to-back No. 1 hits "She Never Cried In Front Of Me" and "God Love Her." And his tours, including his latest Toby Keith America's Toughest Tour with Trace Adkins, continue to be among the top-drawing concerts in the world of entertainment.
The video "American Ride" was directed by Michael Salamon.