Legendary country music performer Toby Keith went unexpectedly at the age of 62, shocking and upsetting fans around. Notable for songs like “Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue” and “Should’ve Been a Cowboy,” the well-known singer-songwriter apparently passed away at home surrounded by loved ones.

Over the course of his multi-decade career, Keith received countless honours and recognitions, including multiple Academy of Country Music and Country Music Association Awards. He was well-liked in the country music industry for his unique voice and patriotic hits.

Following the shocking news of Keith’s death, both fans and fellow musicians have been flooded with tributes. Many people shared their happy memories of the iconic singer and condolences on social media.

Keith was well-known not only for his musical skills but also for his generosity and support of the armed forces. He was an outspoken supporter of veterans’ causes and regularly gave performances for US military serving abroad.

Keith was a pioneer in country music, and although though the cause of his death is still unknown, his legacy will surely endure. Fans around will mourn him greatly as he leaves a long legacy in the genre.

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