Toby Keith Net Worth
According ToUswhispers Toby Keith has a net worth of $365 million and is an American country singer, songwriter, actor, and record producer. Toby is one of country music's most popular artists in recent decades. He's also an extremely successful businessman.
Toby Keith Covel was born in Clinton, Oklahoma, on July 8, 1961. Carolyn and Hubert Covel have three children: one girl and two boys. In the summers, he even went to see his grandmother. In Fort Smith, Arkansas, she ran a supper club.
Toby was enthralled by the artists performing in the supper club. He bought his first guitar when he was eight years old, worked various jobs around his grandmother's club, and finally joined the house band on stage.
Toby grew up in Moore, Oklahoma, and Fort Smith, Arkansas, with his brothers. On the Moore High School football team, he was a defensive end. He worked as a derrick in the oil fields after graduating from high school. He worked his way up to operations manager over time.
Toby formed the Easy Mony Band with a group of pals when he was 20 years old. Toby continued to work in the oil fields while the band performed at local taverns. When the oil sector hit hard difficulties in 1982, he was laid off.
Toby subsequently went on to play defensive end with the Oklahoma City Drillers, a semi-pro football team. After a few years of regional success, Easy Money began performing at honky-tonks in Texas and Oklahoma.
Before departing Mercury Records in 1998, Keith released his first four studio albums for various divisions of Mercury Records: "Toby Keith," "Boomtown," "Blue Moon," and "Dream Walkin'." All of these albums yielded several top ten singles. Keith signed with DreamWorks Records Nashville in 1998, and in late 1999, he launched his breakout single "How Do You Like Me Now?!" This song, from his 1999 album of the same name, was the number one country single of 2000, and one of several chart-topping hits during his time on DreamWorks Nashville. "Pull My Chain," "Unleashed," and "Pull My Chain" were his following three albums.