Skip to comments.Toby Keith LIVE Concert At Ft. Hood. (CMT)
Posted on 12/29/2004 5:07:19 PM PST by ConservativeMan55
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He did Bob Seger's "Fire Down Below" as an encore in Tulsa....Ted & Toby Rocked the house that night and was the opening night for their tour together. Happy Inauguation Day!
Nugent didn't do an encore in Moline, IL. That was a surprise. Toby performed for over 90 minutes and yes, rocked the house!
Ted's encore in Tulsa was he came out at the end of Toby Keith's set to play "Star-Spangled Banner" then stayed for "Courtesy of the Red, White & Blue". Here's the complete setlist for the Tulsa Show (as posted on CMT message boards):
Tulsa Concert Song Setlist
Stays in Mexico
Country Comes to Town
I'm Just Talkin' About Tonight
I Wanna Talk About Me
Blazing Saddles instrumental intro/Should've Been a Cowboy
You Ain't Much Fun
I Love This Bar
Mockingbird (duet with Krystal)
(Band leaves and Scotty Emerick comes on stage to sing three acoustic "bus song" duets with Toby.)
I Can't Take You Anywhere
The Taliban Song
Weed With Willie
(Band comes back and Scotty stays to play guitar on one song before leaving.)
Who's Your Daddy?
How Do You Like Me Now?!
Beer for My Horses (duet with Willie Nelson via film)
Good to Go to Mexico
A Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action (with band introductions and Chuckie Dance)
(Ted Nugent comes out on stage) Star Spangled Banner (Ted Nugent guitar solo)
Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American) w/Nugent
(Everyone leaves stage then comes back for encore)
Fire Down Below (Cover of a Bob Seger song)
RE: Tulsa Concert Song Setlist
The flag-waving content of Nugent's six-song opening turn made Keith look restrained. In fact, the veteran rocker came out actually waving a flag, sporting a white beard and camo hat that made him look like a cross between a B-western sidekick and one of the guys from Molly Hatchet. Playing with bass and drums, Nugent ground out his fabled hard rock licks beneath a gigantic U.S. flag, integrating odes to the president, the troops, the police and the "American spirit." He even led the crowd in a manic pledge of allegiance. Nugent and the boys played a couple of his hits, "Stranglehold" and "Cat Scratch Fever." Two other songs, "Great White Buffalo" and "Fred Bear," spoke of his love of hunting and the outdoors. Apparently, so did a furry tail that he wore, apparently to suggest his kinship to the animals he kills and eats. His final number was "Kiss My Ass," in which he screamed the phrase over and over again above ear-numbing licks, each time appending the name of a different liberal or foreigner who had incurred his displeasure. Somewhere in there, a life-sized effigy of Saddam Hussein was hoisted about the stage, so that Nugent could put an arrow through its heart with a red, white and blue bow. "Kiss my ass! God bless America!" Nugent shouted, and then left. And looking at the empty stage after this assault on the senses was like staring into a smoking bomb crater.