It's not a huge surprise that Willie Nelson makes a cameo in the lighthearted (and smoke-filled) new video for Toby Keith's weed-centric country party song, "Wacky Tobaccy." After all, Willie is a known pothead and a longtime advocate of marijuana legalization. Show More Summary
Despite once declaring he would “never smoke weed with Willie again,” country superstar Toby Keith has once again paired up with pot king Willie Nelson in a new ode to “Wacky Tobaccy.” “That old wacky tobaccy, when you feel it creeping up on you, that old wacky tobaccy, kick back and let it do what...
President Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia over the weekend, and the oil-rich kingdom pulled out all the stops. Saudi Arabia was the first stop on Trump's weeklong trip abroad, the first of his presidency. He traveled to Israel on Monday,...Show More Summary
President Trump’s official visit to Saudi Arabia over the weekend wasn’t all billion-dollar arms deals and eye of Sauron cosplay. He also showed his hosts some good old-fashioned down-home American bro-spitality in the form of a concert from Toby Keith, one of the small handful of musicians who are willing to publicly associate themselves with Trump. Show More Summary
Toby Keith played a free concert in Riyadh, which was open to men only.
Trump visits Toby Keith concert in golf cart with Saudi Arabian king https://t.co/BXH2nWs2JQ pic.twitter.com/ibpUsoQH5y — The Hill (@thehill) May 21, 2017 They look like any other bunch of rich kleptocrats on parade. Remember when the...Show More Summary
American country singer Toby Keith held a concert in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, on the sidelines of President Donald Trump's first overseas visit. …
As the news focused on President Donald Trump’s trip to Syria and the speech he plans to give on Islam, CNN’s Jake Tapper focused on another part of the president’s itinerary — that country star Toby Keith was performing for a “men’s only crowd” at the...
Toby Keith performed a concert for an audience of men in Saudi Arabia during President Donald Trump’s diplomatic visit on Saturday. Keith, author of a song parenthetically titled “The Angry American,” performed the free show alongside...Show More Summary
Donald Trump just landed in Saudi Arabia for his first appearance on foreign soil as President of the United States and he decided to bring uber-patriotic country music star Toby Keith along with him. While President Trump is spending...Show More Summary
American flags lined the streets of this Arab capital Friday as Saudi Arabia prepared a motorcycle rally, a concert by country singer Toby Keith and lavish palace festivities organized by King Salman’s royal court to honor the arrival of the desert kingdom’s biggest potential business partner yet:...
Toby Keith, country music’s most distinguished mudflap, has been confirmed to perform at a men-only concert in Saudi Arabia this Saturday, just one of the many amenities currently being arranged around Donald Trump—including ketchup-slathered steak, Fox News sycophants, human rights violators, and cognitive dissonance—to make him feel more at home. Show More Summary
Toby Keith is headed to the Middle East to join President Donald Trump on his trip to Saudi Arabia. The country singer will perform at a free, men-only concert Saturday in the capital city of Riyadh alongside Saudi singer Rabeh Saqer, AP reported. Show More Summary
He sang in front of the Trumps at the “Make America Great Again!” welcome celebration.
Keith will play male-only concert in Riyadh while US president makes visit to ultra-conservative cradle of Islam Country music star Toby Keith, celebrated in Middle America for his songs referencing communal drinking and patriotic fervour,...Show More Summary
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Saudi Arabia will welcome Trump during his first overseas visit with an all-male concert featuring the luminary behind “Beer for My Horses.”
American country singer Toby Keith, known for songs such as "Whiskey Girl" and "Beer For My Horses," is scheduled to perform in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, this weekend in an event that coincides with President Trump's first overseas visit, the AP reports. Saudi entertainment website Lammt, which is advertising the...
The country singer is playing for the president's first overseas visit.
The Associated Press reports: Saudi Arabia is making every effort to dazzle and impress President Donald Trump on his first overseas trip, seizing on the visit to cement itself as a major player on the world stage and shove aside rival Iran. Show More Summary