Country newcomer Jelly Roll expressed his grief after the death of Toby Keith on Feb. 5 by sharing a cover of one of Keith's biggest hits, "Should've Been a Cowboy." In a tribute on his Instagram stories, Jelly Roll mentioned that they performed the cover at every show last year and credited Keith as one of his inspirations. Fans have been sharing videos of Jelly Roll's rendition of the '90s hit, noting that his voice and energy are similar to Keith's original version. Although Jelly Roll doesn't have a tour lined up for 2024 yet, it is likely that he will continue to include Keith's song in his setlist for upcoming festival dates. The country music community as a whole has been honoring Keith's legacy, with artists at all levels expressing their admiration for the late legend.