TOBY KEITH'S MOST IMPORTANT TUNES

There are two songs on Toby Keith's upcoming Greatest Hits 2 album that the singer himself counts as his most important. "The two biggest records in all of my career are, 'Cowboy' ("Should've Been a Cowboy" his #1 debut single)," said Toby. "It established me right off the bat, gave me credibility and put my name out there. Then 'How Do You Like Me Now,' to do what it did, you know it just comes down to the music." Toby will likely be sharing those two songs and many other hits on Nov. 10, when he performs an AOL ® Music LIVE! concert at Liberty Hall at The Factory in Franklin, Tenn. It will be the first time a country artist will perform an AOL Music LIVE! event. The event will celebrate the release of Greatest Hits 2, out Nov. 9.

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