It's been almost two weeks since the country music world lost Toby Keith at the age of 62.

To celebrate the career of this legendary artist, we're looking back at some of his best live performances of all time, including one from right here in Sioux Falls.

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First, let's go back to the song that started it all. Here's Toby singing his very first country hit, "Should've Been a Cowboy".

Toby was performing live right until the very end. Although clearly exhausted, you can also tell how much it meant to him. Here he is from one of his final live appearances in Las Vegas with "How Do You Like Me Now?"

We all can relate to this one, right? Here he is with a live version of "I Love This Bar".

This one became an instant classic when it was released in 2003. Here he is with Willie Nelson at the CMA's with  "Beer For My Horses".

The song that became an anthem for partygoers everywhere, "Red Solo Cup".

In light of Toby's passing (just a few months later), his most memorable performance was also his last live television appearance. Here's the live version of "Don't Let The Old Man In" at the People's Choice Awards this past Fall. Get your tissues ready for this one.

Finally, let's look back on Toby's last appearance in Sioux Falls. It was at the Denny Sanford Premier Center in May of 2021. In the link below, you'll see an emotional version of his hit, "American Soldier".

You can read more about Toby Keith's life and legacy on the KXRB Mobile App and Website.

10 Wild South Dakota Snowstorms

Even though snow is blanketing the Sioux Empire, some snowstorms still do not compare to these ten dreadful snowstorms that hit South Dakota.

Only In Your State highlighted ten snowstorms in South Dakota as a reminder for people to always be aware of the road during the winter. South Dakotans are well aware of the fact that the state’s winters can be harsh which is why it is always a good idea to plan ahead and prepare for the worst.

Do you remember any major snowstorms that hit South Dakota?

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