Winner: Toby Keith Autographed CD Giveaway

Congratulations to Steve from Boston, the winner of our Toby Keith autographed CD contest!   Steve’s comment was randomly chosen among all eligible entries using the Random Integer Generator.

Steve’s winning entry was about his favorite Toby Keith song, “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue”, which was also chosen by other readers as their favorite.  Other popular entries included “Should’ve Been a Cowboy”,  “Rock You Baby” and “He Ain’t Worth Missin’.”

Not getting quite as much love were my favorite Keith songs, specifically “As Good as I Once Was”, “Getcha Some”, “Wish I Didn’t Know Now” and “Burnin’ Moonlight.”

Look for more contests soon.  Happy Thanksgiving!

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5 Comments on Winner: Toby Keith Autographed CD Giveaway

  1. Is getting something from Toby Keith really “Winning”? :P

    Congrats anyway ;)

  2. Marc says:
    November 27th, 2008 at 1:59 pm
    Is getting something from Toby Keith really “Winning”?

    Congrats anyway

    If you had to ask that STUPID question , then I’d say winning from Toby is much better than winning from a jerk like you.

  3. Steve from BostonNo Gravatar // November 30, 2008 at 1:18 am //

    Thank you very much Kevin and Country Universe! I really appreciate it and look forward to listening to Toby’s new record.

    And Marc, I’m taking your comment in the spirit I believe it was meant, without offense. Thanks anyway for “Congrats anyway”.

  4. Leeann WardNo Gravatar // November 30, 2008 at 6:55 pm //

    Oh yeah, how could I have forgotten to mention “Getcha Some”? I love it. Then again, I’m also ashamed to admit that I enjoy “I Wanna Talk About Me.” I feel that way with one of my sisters whom I love dearly, by the way.:)

  5. Steve from BostonNo Gravatar // December 8, 2008 at 12:47 am //

    Enjoying the album, thanks again Kevin and Country Universe!

    Really enjoying the uptempo songs on this CD especially…reminds me a lot of Toby’s earlier stuff that I used to enjoy so much.

    I think my favorite from this record is “Creole Woman”

    I enjoyed reading Blake’s fine review of this album as well.

    Good stuff, thanks again!

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