The country icon's family announced his death at age 62 on Monday
Not long prior to Keith's family announcing his death, a video from one of the "Red Solo Cup" singer's recent concerts was shared to his Instagram on Sunday alongside the caption, "And that’s a wrap on the weekend, y’all. Back to it."
The clip appears to come from one of the late musician's final shows at Dolby Live at Park MGM in Las Vegas on Dec. 10, 11 and 14. Following the sold-out performances, Keith took to social media and described the concerts as "a damn good way to end the year."
Keith died on Monday night, according to a statement shared by his family on social media. He was diagnosed with stomach cancer in fall 2021.
"Toby Keith passed peacefully last night on Feb. 5 surrounded by his family. He fought his fight with grace and courage," read the message. "Please respect the privacy of his family at this time."
The "Should've Been a Cowboy" performer spoke about his cancer diagnosis while attending the People’s Choice Country Awards — where he was honored with the inaugural country music icon award — at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville in September 2023.
Keith told E! News at the time that his cancer struggle is "a little bit of a roller coaster. You get good days and, you know, you're up and down, up and down.”
“It's always zero to 60 and 60 to zero but I feel good today," he said on the red carpet, where he was joined by his wife of nearly 40 years, Tricia Lucus.
During the awards show, Blake Shelton presented Keith with the country music icon award, honoring him for his work as a musician, humanitarian and entrepreneur.
"Bet you thought you'd never see me in skinny jeans," Keith quipped in his acceptance speech. "I want to thank the almighty for allowing me to be here tonight. You've been riding shotgun with me for a little while."
After thanking his family, he showed his gratitude for his team noting that "a lot of people go into making a big career like this of 30 years."
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"Most of all, I want to thank the fans for still allowing us to do what we do," Keith added.
Following his speech, the seven-time Grammy nominee performed his 2019 track "Don't Let the Old Man In," his first televised performance since going public with his cancer diagnosis in June 2022.
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