Zach Bryan And His Dad Pay Tribute On Stage To Toby Keith

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Country music singers have been paying tribute to the late Toby Keith. Many of them are doing this on stage, singing some of Keith’s biggest hits. Zach Bryan is no different. He took to the stage, joined later by his father, last night to sing one of Toby Keith’s megahits.

Zach Bryan Sings “Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue”

Zach Bryan was on stage last night at The Chelsea inside the Cosmopolitan. The Cosmopolitan is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. There, in front of a sold-out venue, Brown sang “Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue.”

During his tribute to Toby Keith, he had someone important to him and his life join him on stage. That VIP was none other than his very own father. Together, they honored Toby Keith.

Zach Bryan Honors His Dad Too

Zach Bryan didn’t just honor Toby Keith with his rendition of “Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue.” He also honored his father. Bryan changed one word in the country song and was able to pay homage to both Keith and his dad.

The original line in “Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue” is “…my daddy served in the Army.” Zach Bryan changed “Army” to “Navy.” This is because, like Toby Keith’s father, served in the American military. Unlike Keith’s father who served in the Army, Zach Bryan’s father served in the United States Navy. @Zach Bryan honored the late Toby Keith with a performance of “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue” (with his dad) during the Bud Light Backyard Tour at The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan in Vegas ahead of #SuperBowlLVIII ♬ original sound – Music Mayhem

Toby Keith’s Death

Toby Keith passed away on Monday, February 5th. His family made the painful and sad announcement on social media. According to Keith’s family’s post, the “American Made” singer passed away in his home in Oklahoma. He died, peacefully, in sleep and surrounded by his family.

Toby Keith had been diagnosed with stomach cancer. Despite valiant efforts, Keith lost his battle with cancer. The chemotherapy, radiation and at least one surgery were not enough to help the “How Do You Like Me Now” singer.

Despite Toby Keith’s dire diagnosis, he kept performing. His last performance was to sold-out crowds in Las Vegas. Those performances were in December of last year, just a few short months before Keith’s sudden and untimely death.

Zach Bryan Following In Toby Keith’s Footsteps

Following in his fellow Okie’s footsteps, Zach Bryan also supports the American military. During the concert where he paid tribute to Toby Keith, the “Something In The Orange” singer made an announcement about how he will be supporting the military.


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Zach Bryan has extended his partnership with Bud Light. Bud Light is the official beer sponsor of his upcoming tour, “Quittin’ Time.” Every time a Bud Light beer is sold at one of the “East Side Of Sorrow” singer’s concerts, a portion of the money will be donated to Folds of Honor. This is a non-profit organization. It provides scholarships to families of fallen or disabled members of the American military as well as first responders. In addition to this, Zach Bryan will be matching each and every one of Bud Light’s donations. Toby Keith would love the fact Bryan is doing this, seeing how much Keith loved, respected and supported the American military.

Tell us what you think. Do you like the way Zach Bryan honored Toby Keith? What do you think of Bryan’s father joining him on stage for the tribute to Toby Keith? How do you feel about Bryan’s partnership with Bud Light and how they are helping military and first responders’ families? Sound off in the comment section below.


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