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RED SOLO CUP – CAUTION (Language)

 Toby Keith has released a new video for the song “Red Solo Cup” off of his upcoming Clancy’s Tavern CD.  Toby admits, “it’s the stupidest song in the world,” but anytime someone hears it, it gets stuck in their head, and even though it’s senseless and a bit crass, Toby says, “Sometimes it’s good for the world to hear something like that.”  Toby filmed the irreverent video featuring a ton of celebrity guests including TV host Craig Ferguson; sports icons Roger Clemens and Larry Bird; fishing guru Jimmy Houston; entertainers Jeff Dunham (with Bubba J), Carrot Top and Lance Burton; and fellow recording artists Sammy Hagar, Ted Nugent, Eric Church, Joe Nichols, JT Hodges, Carter’s Chord, Rose Falcon and Trailer Choir’s Butter.  While Toby doesn’t know if radio will play the song or if it will become his next single he just wanted to put it out there and let people decide for themselves how they felt about the tribute to the “Red Solo Cup.”

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