The title track of Krystal Keith's debut album is about an exotic dancer, and even though it's the last of 10 aggressive blues/rock/country tracks on 'Whiskey and Lace,' it's the best place to start. Keith helped write the song. In fact, it was the Oklahoma born-and-raised daughter of Toby Keith who pushed her band and co-writing partners to be even more aggressive.
A strong voice, proclivity for leaning into life's edges and good decision-making make Krystal Keith's debut album a unique experience in 2013. She's a multi-dimensional female artist, and on 'Whiskey and Lace,' she's able to show all she can do while keeping cohesion.
Toby Keith's daughter Krystal Keith is an accomplished cook, posting and sharing recipes on her Barnyard Bistro blog. With the warm and fuzzy fall season in full effect, the songstress has shared her pumpkin bread cupcakes recipe, which epitomize toasty, cozy autumn. Try not to drool just thinking about them!
To step out from beneath the shadow of her father, Krystal Keith needed to go softer -- and she has. 'Get Your Redneck On' is not the bombastic anthem the title suggests and fans may have expected after hearing her four-song EP. It's an understated, organic performance that allows Keith to introduce her own unique personality.
Toby Keith supposedly promised his kids that if they chose music as a career, he'd do his best to help them along. But, they had to finish college first.
His eldest, Krystal is ready to take him up on the deal.