Toby Keith is slated to perform at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach on Saturday, which would mean it's the perfect time for one of America's most American Americans to release a music-video ode to red plastic cups.
"Red Solo Cup" -- from Keith's latest album, Clancy's Tavern -- features Solo cup placement by some of pop culture's manliest men, like Roger Clemens and Ted Nugent, to explain his thorough admiration for the piece of plastic that holds your adult beverage.
As Keith says, "Now, red Solo cup is the best receptacle/For barbecues, tailgates, fairs, and festivals/And you, sir, do not have a pair of testicles/If you prefer drinkin' from glass."
The celebs Keith scored for the video are, uh, wide-ranging: Clemens and Nugent as we mentioned, as well as Craig Ferugson, Larry Bird, Carrot Top, and Jeff Dunham -- just some good ol' American boys who like their Solo cups.
There's also a generous helping of very pretty women.
Keith also draws the distinction between the red Solo cup and the other colors, as well as blurring the line between a cup and a friend.
Still, if you know where the Toby Keith party is with the women in bikinis and Ted Nugent shooting things, we want an invite.
Toby Keith, with Eric Church and J.T. Hodges. 7 p.m. Saturday, October 15, at Cruzan Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansbury's Way, West Palm Beach. Tickets cost $25 to $110 via livenation.com.
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