Jimmy Buffett and Toby Keith Take Over Nashville Dive Bar in New Video, "Too Drunk to Karaoke"

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2013-07_d86812e9aa.jpgCMT -- Jimmy Buffett has tapped country star Toby Keith for a new duet titled "Too Drunk to Karaoke" that will appear on the "Margaritaville" singer's upcoming album, Songs from St. Elsewhere.  Buffett and Keith have shot a hilarious video for the tune that's now airing exclusively on CMT and CMT.com. Like the song itself, the clip pays humorous homage to the dangers of singing in public while inebriated. 

The video was filmed in one of Nashville's trendiest dive bars, Santa's Pub, and features the two stars having a good time drinking out of red Solo cups while watching a variety of less-than-tuneful and less-than-sober warblers hit the club's karaoke stage.  Buffett and Keith get their turn too, and are shown a number of times on the stage while donning ZZ Top disguises.

Songs from St. Elsewhere is scheduled to be released on August 20.  Among the other tunes on the collection are songs titled "Einstein Was a Surfer," "The Rocket that Grandpa Rode" and "Oldest Surfer on the Beach."  As previously reported, the latter tune was written and features guitar work by ex-Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler.

Here's the full track list for Songs from St. Elsewhere:

"Something' 'Bout a Boat"
"Einstein Was a Surfer"
"Earl's Dead -- Cadillac for Sale"
"Too Drunk to Karaoke" (with Toby Keith)
"Serpentine"
"Useless but Important Information"
"I Want to Go Back to Cartagena"
"Soulfully"
"Rue de la Guitare"
"I'm No Russian"
"Tides"
"The Rocket that Grandpa Rode"
"I Wave Bye Bye"
"Colour of the Sun"
"Oldest Surfer on the Beach"
Bonus: "I Want to Go Back to Cartagena" (with Fanny Lu) - Spanish Version

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