Toby Keith Honored for 23 Million Spins

Toby Keith Honored for 23 Million Spins

Toby Keith accepting awards with BMI team. Toby Keith accepting awards with BMI team.

August 30, 2016

Toby Keith was honored with seven awards from BMI for over 23 million radio spins at the iconic Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge in Nashville, TN on August 30, 2016. 

Songs honored: 
- “God Love Her” (2 million spins)
- “You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This” (3 million spins)
- “American Ride” (3 million spins)
- “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue” (3 million spins)
- “Beer for my Horses” (4 million spins)
- “You Ain't Much Fun” (4 million spins)
- “How Do You Like Me Now” (5 million spins)

“BMI has always been great to songwriters and great for me,” Keith said before receiving the awards. He also told the story of how BMI was with him as soon as he moved to Nashville, which makes these awards even more special. 

The singer/songwriter encouraged others to keep writing. “Dreams do come true,” he said.

Watch videos of Keith's honored songs below.

 

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