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Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, Jelly Roll + More Part of Toby Keith Tribute

Toby Keith is being honored with a star-studded celebration. The country music icon, who was 62 years old when he passed away earlier this year from stomach cancer, will be remembered with a show, Toby Keith: American Icon on July 29 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood, Jelly Roll, Eric Church, Ashley McBryde, Parker McCollum, Darius Rucker,…

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2 Years Ago: Toby Keith Reveals He Has Stomach Cancer

Two years ago was a heartbreaking day for the country music community. It was on June 12, 2022 when Toby Keith revealed he was battling stomach cancer, which he had been diagnosed with several months before going public with the news. “Last fall I was diagnosed with stomach cancer,” Keith posted. “I’ve spent the last 6 months receiving chemo, radiation…

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Jason Aldean Releases ‘Should’ve Been A Cowboy’ [LISTEN]

Jason Aldean brought the ACM Awards crowd to tears with his performance of “Should’ve Been A Cowboy,” in tribute to Toby Keith. After his performance, Aldean announced he was releasing his version of the song, in tribute to the late country music star. “A song that I’ve played ever since I started playing clubs as a teenager,” Aldean writes…

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2024 ACM Awards: Jason Aldean Honors Toby Keith [WATCH]

Toby Keith was honored at the ACM Awards with a performance of “Should’ve Been A Cowboy,” by Jason Aldean. Prior to his performance, Blake Shelton, who presented Keith with the Country Icon Award at the People’s Choice Country Awards last fall, praised the future Country Music Hall of Fame member. “As a friend, a fan, and a fellow Okie,…

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2024 ACM Awards: Jason Aldean to Honor Toby Keith With Special Performance

Jason Aldean will honor Toby Keith at the upcoming ACM Awards. The father of four will perform “Should’ve Been A Cowboy,” Keith’s debut single and first No. 1 hit, in tribute to the future Country Music Hall of Fame member, who passed away on February 5 from stomach cancer. “I’m excited to be here and perform for Toby, and honor…

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Toby Keith to Receive Honorary Degree From The University of Oklahoma

Toby Keith was an avid University of Oklahoma fan, which makes his upcoming accolade bittersweet. The “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” singer, who passed away from stomach cancer on February 5, learned last year that he was going to receive an honorary degree at their 2024 commencement. Keith’s daughter, Krystal Keith, will accept the honor on his behalf on Saturday,…

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Darryl Worley Reveals How He Honors Toby Keith at His Concerts

Darryl Worley has found a sweet way to honor Toby Keith at his live shows. The “Have You Forgotten?” singer reveals on social media how he remembers and honors the country music icon, who passed away on February 5 from stomach cancer, every time he takes the stage, by playing one of Keith’s biggest hits to kick off his own…

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2024 CMT Music Awards: Toby Keith Honored With Emotional Tribute [WATCH]

Toby Keith was honored with a star-studded, emotional tribute at the CMT Music Awards. The country music icon, who passed away from stomach cancer on February 5, was remembered with performances by Brooks & Dunn, Sammy Hagar and Lainey Wilson, along with tributes by Lukas Nelson and Roger Clemens. Brooks & Dunn performed “Should’ve Been a Cowboy,” while Wilson…

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CMT Music Awards: Toby Keith to Be Honored by Lainey Wilson, Brooks & Dunn + More

CMT just announced a star-studded tribute to Toby Keith at the upcoming CMT Music Awards. Lainey Wilson, Brooks & Dunn and Keith’s good friend, Sammy Hagar will perform, backed by Keith’s own band. Lukas Nelson and Rogers Clemens will also make an appearance as well. Clemens spoke out about Keith’s passing on social media, sharing a heartwarming story, shortly after…

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40 Years Ago: Toby Keith and Tricia Lucus Were Married

40 years ago today, Toby Keith and Tricia Lucus were married. The two tied the knot on March 24, 1984, and remained married until he passed away, from complications of stomach cancer, on February 5. Keith’s successful country music career hadn’t even begun when the two met at a bar. At the time, Keith was working in the oil fields,…

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