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13 October 2017
Toby Keith's The Bus Songs Breaks Records With Four Consecutive Weeks At #1
















"They are goofy, sometimes raunchy, and sure to offend more than a few people. Unorthodox? Sure. Successful? Unbelievably so." -  

Toledo Blade


"The song 'Wacky Tobaccy' features Willie Nelson again and is an unequivocal hit." - Cleveland Plain Dealer


"the new take on 'Brand New Bow' has a nice soulful groove and 'Hell No' shares a similar worn-in vibe. These are good grace notes on an album that winds up showcasing the craft of Keith's writing and the skill of his singing. 

... it's every bit as enjoyable too." - All Music Guide

Award winning singer-songwriter Toby Keith is constantly writing songs. He always has. And over the years, there have been quite a few Keith has fun with that makes everybody laugh. Those "bus songs" have become among the most beloved tunes in his catalog precisely for their humor. Showcasing a collection of the funny songs on one album, the Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee and Academy of Country Music Poet's Award recipient released The Bus Songs, which debuted at #1 on Billboard's Comedy Albums Chart and continues to ride on the top of the chart for a fourth consecutive week.

The dominating run marks another unprecedented, record-breaking event for the singer-songwriter as no other country music artist has held #1 on the Comedy Albums chart for four consecutive weeks.

With 12 tracks of pure, road-worthy fun, The Bus Songs (Show Dog Nashville) prompts laugher from adult humor to hilarious over-imbibing and seriously funny self-deprecation songwriting. The album's songs fill in the gaps in Keith's prodigious catalog with the cuts and live recordings too good to hold back.

Full track listing:

1. Shitty Golfer

2. Wacky Tobaccy

3. Runnin' Block *

4. Brand New Bow *

5. Call A Marine

6. Hell No *

7. The Critic *

8. The Size I Wear

9. Ballad of Balad

10. Rum Is The Reason

11. Weed With Willie (Live)

12. Get Out Of My Car (Live)

 *newly recorded versions

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