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Krystal Keith Debuts At The Grand Ole Opry

Krystal Keith Debuts At The Grand Ole Opry
Singer-songwriter Continues On National Tour
Backstage at her debut performance at The Grand Ole Opry,
Krystal Keith embraces her dad, Toby Keith, with TKO Artist Management President TK Kimbrell.
On
Wednesday, July 9, country music singer-songwriter Krystal Keith took
another stride forward with her debut performance at the venerable Grand
Ole Opry.
“I
have never been nervous on a stage in my life…until that night at The
Grand Ole Opry,” Krystal recalls. “There is something so special and
sacred about that stage and being in the circle knowing all of my
musical heroes have performed there so many times before me. I was so
humbled and honored to have joined that long line of legends who’ve
shared that moment.”
The
artist also shared her moment with her dad, Toby Keith, on the day
after his birthday adding another special element to the night. She
notes, “his love of the good ole time country music is one of the
greatest influences for both my dad and I and being asked to perform
just after his birthday didn’t feel like a coincidence. It felt like a
sign that he is watching over me smiling and guiding me through this
journey.”
This
performance follows many recent firsts for Krystal.  This summer she
embarked on her first major tour, opening for her dad on his Shut Up An
d Hold On Tour Presented by Ford F-Series. She is on the road in support of the release her debut album, Whiskey & Lace. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel raved “when Krystal lends her deep, well-polished voice… she reveals herself as an exciting new artist;” and the Cleveland Plain Dealer praised,  “Keith
has matured into a solid singer, with a wide range. And, like her dad,
she’s evolved into a songwriter capable of not just tugging at
heartstrings, but playing them like a puppet master. …From top to
bottom, [Whiskey & Lace] is filled with good, catchy country songs.”
At
recent tour stops in the Washington DC (June 28) and Cleveland (June
29) areas, Krystal brought her show out to the fans before the venue
gates opened and performed with her band in the back of a pickup truck
for a crowd full of tailgaters in the parking lot. Follow Krystal on her
Instagram and Facebook pages for notices about more impromptu ‘get your
tailgate on’ pre-shows at upcoming tour stops, dates include:
July 25            Holmdel, NJ                PNC Bank Center
July 26            Hartford, CT               XFINITY Theatre
July 27            Bethel, NY                  Bethel Woods Center
Aug. 08           Cincinnati, OH            Riverbend Music Center
Aug. 09           Pittsburgh, PA               First Niagara Pavilion
Sept. 13           Indianapolis, IN          Klipsch Music Center  

Sept. 27           Philadelphia, PA         Susquehanna Bank Center

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