Toby Keith fans will get one more chance to reminisce about country music star. ttmd

Just call it “Toby Keith Week” on CMT.

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Just days after giving the late country music legend an emotional sendoff at the CMT Music Awards, the network is giving fans one more chance to remember Keith on Thursday.

According to a post to its X, formerly Twitter, account, CMT will be honoring Keith with another show Thursday night.

The network made the announcement, posting a clip of Keith talking about songwriting, and wrote, “Songwriting meant the world to (Toby Keith). We’re reminiscing on this Hall of Famer’s greatest #CMtAwards moments – April 11 at 10/9c on CMT.”

Keith‚ 62, who died back on Feb. 5 after a battle with stomach cancer, was honored during Sunday’s CMT Music Awards.

Several of stars took the stage to perform a few of Keith’s hits.

Lainey Wilson sang his “How Do You Like Me Now?”

Sammy Hagar showed up and covered Keith’s “I Love This Bar,” ending it by popping open his jacket and revealing a shirt that read, “TOBY” and “Forever a Sooner.

Brooks & Dunn sang “Should’ve Been A Cowboy.”

Then former MLB pitcher Roger Clemens took the stage, with tears in his eyes, to raise a red solo cup in Keith’s honor.

“Let Toby hear you,” Clemens said. “Repeat after me: ‘Whiskey for my men and beer for my horses,” Clemens said. “Beer for my horses.”

The late country music star’s children, Krystal Keith, Stelen Keith Covel and Shelley Covel Rowland were in attendance and all three reportedly shed tears during the emotional scene.

It was an amazing display for the legendary performer.

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