Biography: Toby Keith
Born in Clinton, Oklahoma, in 1961, Toby Keith became interested in music at a very young age, but didn't pursue it as a career until much later in life.
Following a successful period working in the oil industry and playing semi-professional football, Keith left everything behind in the early ''80s to focus on playing music with his band, "Easy Money." In the early '90s, after years of hard work, Keith's dedication finally paid off when he was signed by Mercury Records and his self-titled debut album went certified platinum. In this in-depth profile, trace Keith's rise to fame, from his early days in Nashville to his numerous chart-topping hits to his controversial, yet hugely popular, 2002 anthem, "Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue (The Angry American)."
Featuring candid interviews and music from some of his most celebrated albums, Biography presents the ultimate look at the life and career of Toby Keith.