TOBY KEITH almost put "Made In America" on the back burner after he wrote it. Mainly because it's almost TOO tailor-made for him: His old man, quote, "ain't prejudice" . . . but it "breaks his heart seein' foreign cars, filled with fuel that isn't ours."
But does it matter that he plays the song on a Japanese-made Takamine guitar? While he talks about buying American?
(--Here's Toby playing the guitar, in the video and live. We've verified that they're all Takamine, and you can see the name pretty clearly in the fourth picture, where he's pointing to the sky.)
What do you think? Should Toby put his money where is mouth is?