The Hidden Jams: Toby Keith's Most Underrated Collaborations Waiting to Be Discovered

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The Whiskey Ain't Workin

This live version adds a new energy and youthful perspective to the classic ballad, featuring two rising stars alongside Keith.

Rock and Roll Cowboy

This early collaboration blends country twang with Ford's rock n' roll spirit, showcasing Keith's willingness to experiment early in his career.

God Bless The U.S.A

Two American music icons deliver a heartfelt and powerful rendition of this patriotic classic, showcasing their shared love for their country.

Beer for My Horses

This iconic duet blends country legends' voices seamlessly, creating a poignant reflection on life and friendship.

Whiskey Ain't Workin

Two giants of country music lamenting lost love in this powerful ballad, proving their shared connection to traditional storytelling.

Cryin' for Me

This unexpected pairing delivers a hauntingly beautiful pop-country ballad, showcasing his versatility and Chenoweth's powerful vocals.

Would You Lay With Me

This genre-bending collaboration blends country with Sting's rock influences, creating a unique and introspective song.

The Fight

A patriotic anthem featuring the action star delivers a powerful message about resilience and determination, showcasing Keith's ability to explore diverse themes.

How Do You Like Me Now

This playful duet combines Keith's country swagger with McFerrin's a cappella mastery, creating a fun and unexpected collaboration.

I Should've Been a Cowboy

This live medley with the Latin rock legend adds a fiery guitar solo and rhythmic flair, reinventing his signature song.