OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Singer-songwriter Toby Keith is going in to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 2007. The Clinton-native, now resident of Norman, has had 22 number one country hits, including his debut single, "Should've Been A Cowboy." His new C-D "Big Dog Daddy" comes out June 12th. The first single off the album is "High Maintenance Woman."
Keith will be inducted November eighth in Oklahoma City. He was in the Persian Gulf last weekend to entertain U-S troops during his fifth tour sponsored by the U-S-O. The tour began in Afghanistan with a performance at a remote base near the border of Pakistan. He then headed to Iraq for a performance in front of more than five-thousand troops at Camp Victory in Baghdad.