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Toby Keith Wants Fans to Know How Much He Misses ‘Being Out on the Road’

by Jacklyn Krol
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Toby Keith is missing touring and he showed just how much he does.

What Toby Keith Had to Say

The country rocker shared an Instagram post on Sunday October 4. The caption read, “How much do you miss being out on the road?” His response was the image itself. He is seen on stage with his hands stretched out wide.

See the post, below.


Keith has been posting numerous photos from live concerts pre-pandemic. “Concerts before Coronavirus are starting to feel like fourteen hundred and fifty two beers ago,” he wrote.


How Toby Keith Has Been Handling the Pandemic

Although he can not tour and visit fans in person, he has done a great job staying connected virtually. He has been honoring the women and men who have been fighting on the frontlines of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

His latest post was of Captain Tom Moore. Moor is a 99-year-old British Army Veteran. He made a mission of raising one thousand Euros to donate to the National Health Service. He wants to accomplish this by doing 100 laps of his nursing home grounds for his 100th birthday.

Fortunately, he went viral globally and ended up raising millions of Euros to aid those in need during the pandemic. “Thank you for your perseverance and dedication to the greater good – and thank you to Will for nominating him! #HowDoYouLikeUsNow,” Keith wrote.


Toby Keith in Mexico

Keith was in Mexico when the pandemic hit North America. The shelter in place order was made while he was still on vacation. He did not have any of his music gear with him. Keith found a used guitar at a furniture store that he ended up purchasing. He then created the “Furniture Store Guitar Sessions.” He used his cell phone to post them online while he was waiting to come back home.

In one performance, Keith paid tribute to his pal Clint Eastwood. Eastwood included a song of Keith’s in his 2018 film The Mule. “My old golf partner’s got a big birthday coming up this spring,” he told the camera. He covered Eddie Rabbitt’s “Every Which Way But Loose.” “I thought of him today,” he continued. “This was a title cut from one of his big movies. Try this on for size.”

In total, he posted 31 videos before returning home to the United States.