Eastwood-Inspired “Don’t Let The Old Man In” Set For December seventh
From his debut No. 1 single “Should’ve Been A Cowboy” to the smash “As Good As I Once Was,” many singer, songwriter and entertainer Toby Keith’s largest hits have been impressed by informal conversations and unintentional one-liners. But just one Keith’s songs is born a chat with Clint Eastwood.
Keith’s December seventh single launch “Don’t Let The Old Man In” isn’t simply one other fortuitous train in turning life into music, nonetheless. The tune may also be featured through the finish scene and shutting credit Eastwood’s upcoming movie The Mule. The story an older man who turns into an unwitting drug courier, the film is the primary Eastwood will star in and direct since 2009’s acclaimed Gran Torino.
The connection started in May when Keith attended Eastwood’s golf match in Carmel, CA, and the 2 shared a cart. Keith requested Eastwood what he was doing subsequent, to which Eastwood replied, “Funny it’s best to ask, I’m leaving tomorrow to shoot a film for 3 months referred to as The Mule.” Eastwood advised him the storyline and Keith requested, “How do you do it, man?” Eastwood stated, “I simply don’t let the previous man in.” With the film in thoughts and the road Eastwood advised him, Keith wrote the tune and despatched it to Eastwood, who beloved it and determined to roll credit with it.
Written solely by Keith and recorded at Nashville’s Ocean Way Studio, “Don’t Let The Old Man In” will likely be launched to all digital retailers on Friday, December seventh.