You can listen to Toby Keith’s “Drinks After Work” album on Spotify now

Toby Keith drinks after work
Toby Keith is set to release his new CD, Drinks After Work, on October 29, but you can now stream it in its entirety on Spotify

Speaking of Drinks After Work, Toby will be releasing a special ZinePak exclusively to Walmart next week. 

ZinepakThe Toby Keith Drinks After Work 'ZinePak pairs the 13-track deluxe version of Keith's upcoming album with an exclusive 64-page fan magazine and two custom drink coasters (which will presumably find fans celebrating with their own drinks after work!). The magazine highlights Keith's achievements as a songwriter, his philanthropic and business partnerships, and his new music, in a series of exclusive interviews and editorial. 

The deluxe CD includes the 10 songs from the standard version of Drinks After Work, (including Keith's current, title-track hit), plus "Call A Marine," "Margaritaville" (featuring Sammy Hagar), and "Chuckie's Gone." The latter is a tribute to Keith's longtime bandleader, Chuck Goff, who died unexpectedly earlier this year. 

The limited-edition deluxe 'ZinePak version of Drinks After Work will be available exclusively at Walmart stores and Walmart.com on October 29. As with all 'ZinePak releases, a limited number of copies will be produced and will be available only while supplies last. 

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