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Keith preps new tour

Monday, February 4, 2013 – Toby Keith is preparing for a new tour, the Hammer Down Tour, starting June 8 in Ozark, Ark.

Joining him on this party is special guest Kip Moore.

Keith will tour in support of his current album "Hope On The Rocks."

Tour dates are:
June 8 Ozark AR Thunder On The Mountain *
June 14 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
June 15 Pittsburgh First Niagara Pavilion
June 22 Philadelphia Susquehanna Bank Center
June 28 Oshkosh, WI Country USA *
June 29 Cadott, WI Country Fest *
June 30 Chicago First Midwest Bank Amphitheater
July 19 Cleveland Blossom Music Center
July 20 St. Clairsville, OH Jamboree In The Hills
July 21 Buffalo, NY Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
July 27 Cheyenne Frontier Days *
July 30 Davenport, IA Mississippi Valley Fair *
Aug. 2 Sweet Home, OR Oregon Jamboree
Aug. 6 Sturgis, SD Buffalo Chip *
Aug. 14 Springfield, IL Illinois State Fair
Aug. 24 Washington, DC Jiffy Lube Live
Aug. 25 Hartford, CT Comcast Theatre
Aug. 31 Allentown, PA The Great Allentown Fair
Sept. 1 Essex Junction, VT Champlain Valley Fair
Sept. 7 Indianapolis Klipsch Music Center

Dates with * = Kip Moore does not appear.

Prior to the start of the tour, Keith will headline the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, a night at the four-day festival Country Thunder in Florence, Ariz., and a night at the blockbuster Stagecoach festival in Indio, Cal.

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If 52-year old Toby Keith has learned anything after 20 years, it is to stick with a winning formula. Working with longtime collaborators Scotty Emerick, Bobby Pinson and Rivers Rutherford, "Drinks After Work" is chock full of blue collar ethic, humor and some heartbreak. Most of the album is driven by big hooks and country guitar, However, Keith experiments a bit stylistically with computerized hip hop on the party anthem opener, Shut Up And Hold On, a Buffet-esque steel drum on »»»
Hope on the Rocks CD review - Hope on the Rocks
For most of the 2000s, Toby Keith albums have been predictable and quite honestly pretty boring. Keith's latest again is predictable, but this time around it's anything but dull. Perhaps it's the pared down selection of just 10 cuts, allowing Keith to cull and produce the best that he's written. His themes stomp through familiar turf - cold beer, curvy girls, curvy girls who drink cold beer - but there's a more convincing vibe from start to finish. »»»
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