Toby Keith’s new greatest hits collection mixes old favorites with new material

Show Dog Nashville Toby Keith is celebrating his multi-decade career with a greatest hits album that will also include some brand-new material.

Titled Toby Keith Greatest Hits: The Show Dog Years, the album features 16 of the biggest tracks the Oklahoma native released on his own record label, Show Dog.  There’s also a handful of new songs and re-recordings to go along with hits like “Made in America,” “American Ride,” “She Never Cried in Front of Me” and more. 

The four new songs include his current single “That’s Country Bro,” as well as “Don’t Let the Old Man In,” which was featured in the 2018 Clint Eastwood film The Mule. 

Two previously unreleased songs include “Back in the 405,” which he wrote with Colt Ford, and a remix of “American Ride” done with ACM nominee DJ KO.

“Well, folks, here it is. The Show Dog years’ biggest hits,” Toby shares in the album’s liner notes. “I know it’s long overdue, but we put them all in one big pile. Twenty-five years went by fast, but I’m very blessed to have this wonderful career. Still kickin’ it, too. See ya out there on the road.” 

Toby Keith Greatest Hits: The Show Dog Years is available on October 25. 

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