Jelly Roll honours Toby Keith with T-Pain as part of a guest-packed Stagecoach act.  

Jelly Roll, one of country music's hottest growing artists, packed several guests into his 50-minute set at the Stagecoach country music festival Friday night,  

including a collaboration with rapper T-Pain to honour country great Toby Keith, who died earlier this year.  

Midway through the song, T-Pain joined Jelly Roll in singing Keith's classic "Should've Been a Cowboy" in honour of the country icon who inspired them both.  

"I had been covering 'Should've Been a Cowboy' for about a year now at most of my shows, just kind of honouring Toby as he was getting sick before he passed away," Jelly Roll stated to Variety.   

"Then I really started thinking, wow, what better location to honour Toby than Stagecoach.   

Plus, Toby Keith was one of the performers who, unbeknownst to him, motivated me to pursue a career in country music."  

It was one of numerous unforgettable moments during Jelly Roll's show, which preceded headliner Eric Church.  

He enlisted the help of Ernest, a country music colleague and writing partner, for Jelly Roll's most hit song, "Son of a Sinner."   


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