Setlist in Demand! Toby Keith Wows On "That's Country Bro" Tour

Toby Keith is the gift that keeps on giving. With 19 studio albums and several accolades under his belt (including "Country Artist of the Decade" and "Entertainer of the Year"), he's become a household name in the world of country music.
The "Red Solo Cup" singer, now 57, has kept pretty busy this summer. He's currently on the road for his That's Country Bro Tour and has made a few patriotic pit stops in honor of the Fourth of July.
He just released a new song, "That's Country Bro," which name-checks country singer Hall-of-Famers like Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Woody Guthrie, Emmylou Harris and Hank Williams.
"If you’re gonna be country," he sings, "you oughta know a little bit of something about the roots and the boots and the rhinestone suits that started this rodeo!"
Toby Keith "That's Country Bro"
You, dear reader, have been looking up his setlists lately, so we've compiled a list of a few key things Toby Keith has been getting into lately. Keep reading to see what the country star's been up to this summer!

June 15 – Keith becomes the first performer to hit the stage at the Nugget Event Center

Keith was the first artist to perform at Nevada’s new Nugget Event Center on Saturday, June 15.
He treated fans to a 21-song main set with a two-song encore, including fan-favorites like “Beet for My Horses,” “Who’s Your Daddy?” and “I Love This Bar.”
Peep the setlist:
Toby Keith setlist (June 15)
Watch his performances of “Does That Blue Moon Ever Shine on You” and “Dream Walkin’.”
Toby Keith "Does That Blue Moon Ever Shine on You" live
Toby Keith "Dream Walkin'" live

July 5 – Fourth of July surprise

During a Fourth of July celebration concert on the Today Show, Keith helped surprise a military mom with a message from her son, Matt, who's currently stationed in the Persian Gulf in the U.S. Navy.
The mom in attendance brought a sign honoring her son. "He's a huge Toby Keith fan," she said. "Since he was about 10-years-old, we've been driving to concerts."
Watch the sweet surprise below:
The Today Show on Twitter
Check out Keith singing "Should've Been a Cowboy" and "Made in America" on the show!
Toby Keith "Should've Been a Cowboy" live
Toby Keith "Made in America" live

July 6 – 9/11 First Responder Honored

At his show at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, New York, Keith paid an emotional tribute to Sgt. Luis Alvarez, a 9/11 first responder who died last month due to a 9/11-related cancer.
"God Bless Sgt. Luis Alvarez," Keith wrote on Twitter. "Our 9-11 1st responders & God Bless America."
Toby Keith on Twitter
Here's a clip of him singing "American Soldier" from the show.
Toby Keith "American Soldier" live
Head on over to Keith's website for a full list of his That's Country Bro Tour dates, and make sure to stay up to date with for all your music news this summer!
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