It has been nearly six years since Krystal Keith, daughter of country icon Toby Keith, released new music. Born Krystal Covel in 1985, she changed her legal name to Krystal Sandubrae after getting married in 2010. Fans first saw her perform with her father at the CMA Awards in 2004. Despite their duet of "Mockingbird" charting in the country music scene, Krystal decided to go to college instead of pursuing a music career. In 2013, she signed with her father's Show Dog-Universal Music record label and released the album "Whiskey & Lace" in 2013. The project featured two singles, "Get Your Redneck On" and "Daddy Dance With Me," the latter being her only charting song. However, her career in music has been relatively quiet since then. In 2018, she released the song "Anyone Else" with Lance Carpenter. Krystal and her husband were involved in a car accident in 2017, but it did not directly contribute to her decision to step back from the stage. According to Toby Keith, the real reason Krystal stopped singing is to prioritize her role as a mother to her two daughters, Kirby and Hensley. While she still has the talent and passion for music, her focus is on raising her children and being fully present in their lives. Despite not actively pursuing her music career, Krystal's fans can still enjoy her Boulder EP, released in 2018.