November 5, 2012 – Toby Keith: Road Warrior

Toby Keith looks back on nearly 20 years of entertainment and reflects on his new album, Hope on the Rocks, in this exclusive cover story.

Toby made his chart debut in 1993 but shows no signs of slowing down or even cutting back. “I told everyone when I got to town, there will probably be people who write more songs or better songs than me, or sing better than I do,” Toby tells Country Weekly. “But none of them will ever outwork me.”

Toby also talks about his plans for a 20-year celebration of his career and why he included a couple of dance remixes on Hope on the Rocks

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