At the close of 2018 Toby Keith celebrated the 25th anniversary of his No. 1 single debut, "Should've Been A Cowboy" with the re-release of his debut album (remastered), a week of events in Nashville including a BMI event to commemorate the milestone, two shows at the historic Grand Ole Opry, and a performance at the Nashville Symphony Ball where he received the prestigious Harmony Award. Keith also released a new song, "Don't Let The Old Man In," which was inspired by a conversation he had with Clint Eastwood and was later featured in Eastwood's movie, "The Mule." Rounding out the year full of music-related accomplishments was his 15th Annual Toby Keith & Friends Golf Classic which raised more than $1 million, bringing the annual event's total funds raised to $12.4 million, to support the charitable endeavors of The Toby Keith Foundation which includes aiding sick children and their families in Oklahoma. His 11 USO Tours to date have enhanced the lives of nearly 256,000 troops and military families in 18 countries with more than 285 events, and have been recognized with the Spirit of the USO Award (2014). Many songs Keith has written while on the USO Tours for the military are featured on his 2017 album The Bus Songs, a 12-song collection of humorous, just-for-fun compositions that set a Billboard Comedy Albums chart record for a country artist by holding the No. 1 spot for 11 consecutive weeks. And when a tornado ravaged his hometown, Toby Keith was the face of the community and helped shoulder the cleanup with the 2013 OK Twister Relief Concert. Toby Keith--singer, songwriter, musician, producer, entertainer, humanitarian, Oklahoman and patriot—in concert at the Laughlin Event Center Saturday, November 9.