Blake Shelton and Toby Keith’s Unforgettable Duet at the ACM Awards

A Nostalgic Surprise

In 2018, country music fans were eagerly anticipating Blake Shelton’s return to the ACM Awards stage. Speculation was rife about which of his hits he would perform. However, Shelton had a nostalgic surprise in store. For the ACM’s “ACM Throwback” segment, he joined forces with country legend Toby Keith to celebrate the 25th anniversary of hits from 1993.

Celebrating a Classic

The duo chose Keith’s debut hit, “Should’ve Been a Cowboy,” for their special performance. This choice was particularly meaningful as it marked the 25th anniversary of the song, which Keith was celebrating with his “The Should’ve Been A Cowboy Tour XXV.”

An Electrifying Performance

Shelton and Keith’s rendition of “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” was a standout moment of the night. Their chemistry on stage was palpable, and their performance had the audience on their feet, singing along, and applauding with enthusiasm.

Overwhelmingly Positive Feedback

The performance was met with overwhelming acclaim from fans and viewers. Many took to social media to express their excitement and appreciation for what they considered one of the best moments of the night. One viewer remarked, “Based on crowd and viewer response, this collaboration was one of the best things to happen on the stage that night!”

Experience the magic of Blake Shelton and Toby Keith’s performance of “Should’ve Been a Cowboy.” Watch the video below and relive the unforgettable moment!