Toby Keith Comes Up with "Big Dog Daddy"
Following the first single "High Maintenance Woman" that holds strong in Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart, singer Toby Keith will release the album "Big Dog Daddy" on June 12.
Keith has all his sweat on this piece as he wrote most of the tracks except for two. Some of the tracks that have been revealed apart from "High Maintenance Woman" are "Love Me if You Can," "Get My Drink On" and "White Rose." His longtime contributor Scotty Emerick and Greg Wiseman again gave him assistance while Canadian songwriter wrote "White Rose" for him.
Keith will tour to support the album with his companions in 2006's Hookin' Up & Hangin' Out Tour such as Miranda Lambert and Flynnville Train. The 2007 tour that is simply dubbed "Big Dog Daddy" is fully booked on several dates. The trek begins June 21 in Birmingham, AL and ends Sept 23 in Hartford, CT.
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