Toby Keith Brings "Old School" Straight Onto The Charts New Single No. 1 Most Added At Mediabase and Billboard

Singer, songwriter and entertainer Toby Keith leads the week with his new song, "Old School," as the No. 1 Most Added single at the Country Format at both Mediabase and Billboard

Billboard also reports "'Old School,' NEW BEST - Toby Keith achieves his highest career debut on Country Airplay, as 'Old School' (Show Dog Nashville) blasts in at No. 25."

This marks 77 entries on the Billboard chart which includes 42 top 10 hits. All told, Keith has 32 No. 1 singles, more than 96 million BMI performances, sold more than 40 million albums, and has received more than 10 billion streams.
"Old School" is now available via all digital music platforms.  Written by Ryan Hurd, Maren Morris and Brett Tyler, and co-produced by Keith with Kenny Greenberg, "Old School" celebrates "small town sticking around." "When I first heard the demo, it reminded me of Steve Miller," Keith says. "But it had a little bit of a rap to it - not unlike the can of worms I opened years ago with 'I Wanna Talk About Me.' Then it's got the coolest melodic waterfall and I was like, 'Yeah, I gotta cut this.'

Additionally, another new track "Happy Birthday America" will be released on all platforms - and with a lyric video - July 1. Keith will perform the song on Fox & Friends' Summer Concert Series on July 2. Across the holiday weekend, he will host the iHeart July 4th Country Takeover special celebrating "land of the free and the home of the brave."

"Happy Birthday America" was written solely by Keith on the back of a boat under a fireworks display in 2020. A buddy said, "Happy Fourth of July, big dog," and Keith responded, "Happy birthday, America. Whatever's left of you." And, of course, he immediately thought about writing that thought in song. "It had been a screwed up 18 months," Keith remembers. "I was seeing both sides having concern over the end of democracy. We've fought and divided almost to the point it's only about power and winning. Charlie Daniels had a song saying 'God save us all from religion.' And I'm thinking, God save us all from politicians."

Both songs hail from a new full-length studio album due in the fall. Also later this year, Keith will receive the Academy of Country Music's prestigious Merle Haggard Spirit Award, honoring him for "following his own path, crafting great songs and epitomizing Merle's spirit." Keith is also currently nominated for induction in the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. He recently resumed his Country Comes To Town Tour in Arizona, Colorado, and Kansas earlier this month, raised another $1.4 million to help sick children and their families in Oklahoma through his OK Kids Korral. See tour dates and more at