Toby Keith gets ready for Louisville performance

July 19, 2013 by  

A famed country singer will perform in concert at the Freedom Hall at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville in just under a month’s time. The venue is located at 937 Phillips Lane and Kip Moore will also be performing at the concert.

A patriotic American country music singer and songwriter, Keith is also a producer and actor. He hit the scene in the 1990s when he released his first four albums. Each album earned gold status or higher certification, with several chart singles deriving from the albums. His debut song, ‘Should’ve Been a Cowboy’ topped the charts and ended up being among the most played songs of the 1990s. Broadcast Music Incorporated reported the song has received three million spins to date.

Kip Moore is a country music singer and songwriter signed to MCA Nashville. He has released four singles including ‘Somethin’ ‘Bout a Truck’, ‘Beer Money’, ‘Mary Was the Marrying Kind’, and ‘Hey Pretty Girl’.

Toby Keith also owns several restaurants and bars throughout the country and has many more in planning or construction stages currently. The restaurants are country based and feature music, a wide variety of menu items, and a full bar. High energy and fun, the establishments are extremely popular amongst his fans.

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Keith’s performance will take place on August 17.