Toby Keith Lays Down Slew of New Dates for Tour

Toby Keith, who is currently in the early stages of his summer tour he has undertaken with Trace Adkins, fellow country singer, has booked several additional stops for the trek and also added a few of his own headlining dates.

Keith has added another handful of shows to his schedule with Adkins. The dates are scattered over June, July and August. In addition Kieth will be appearing without Adkins at the Jamboree in the Hills Festival in St. Clairsville, Ohio in July as well as four headlining shows in late August. Two will be Nevada and two will be in California.

Keith continues on the road to support “That Don’t Make Me a Bad Guy,” his 14 studio album that was released in October. The set made it all the way to the No. 1 spot on the Top Country Albums chart of Billboard. It’s the seventh album of Keith’s to make it to No. 1.

Keith appeared last week at a CMT Awards show. He performed “God Love Her,” his hit single. On his website there is video footage of his performance streaming.

Adkins is also backing his latest album. Last November he released “X.” The new album peaked at the No. 7 spot on the Top Country Albums chart of Billboard.