Toby to Play Bluebird for First Time Ever

He’ll help famous club pay off debts.

Yes, Toby Keith has rocked stadiums and other large venues, but next Tuesday (June 28), he’ll pack his big show and big personality into a tiny 100-person club in Nashville.

Toby is set to play the fabled Bluebird Cafe, where greats such as Garth Brooks and Faith Hill launched careers. And it’s a place where songwriters from all around the world try out their latest works on folks who appreciate the song as much as, if not more than, the performance.

“God blessed me to be a songwriter first and foremost,” Toby said in a statement. “I remember going to writer’s night at the Bluebird. It’s great to have a place for songwriters to showcase their songs.

“It can open a door that just makes a song fly. Just one moment of inspiration and you’re off. Nashville needs to keep the Bluebird alive and thriving.”

Reservations can be made at the Bluebird’s website, and tix will be $75 to $150.

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