Country music legend Toby Keith has passed away at 62 after battling stomach cancer for nearly two years.
Tributes poured in from fellow country stars like Jelly Roll, Randy Houser, Zach Bryan, William Michael Morgan, Austin Burke, and James Otto.
Jelly Roll covered Toby Keith's "Should've Been a Cowboy" at every show last year and expressed how Keith inspired millions.
Zach Bryan reminisced about listening to Toby Keith in his old man's car and expressed deep sadness at his passing.
Randy Houser paid tribute by covering Keith's song "I Love This Bar" and called him "an American icon."
Other country stars like William Michael Morgan, Austin Burke, and James Otto also shared heartfelt tributes.
Non-country personalities including Kristin Chenoweth, Stephen Baldwin, Kristy Swanson, Pat McAfee, and Donald Trump Jr. also paid their respects.
Keith's family confirmed his passing, stating that he passed peacefully surrounded by loved ones.
He was known for his patriotism, exemplified in songs like "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue" following the 9/11 attacks.
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