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Country music star Toby Keith has died


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Country music star Toby Keith has died at the age of 62. In a statement posted to X (formally Twitter), the Toby Keith account stated that Keith passed away on Monday.


Keith released 19 studio albums, two Christmas albums, and five compilation albums, totalling worldwide sales of over 40 million albums.


He had charted 61 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including 20 number one hits and 22 additional top 10 hits.


In June 2022, Keith announced that he had been diagnosed with stomach cancer at the end of the prior year, having undergone chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery for the past six months.


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