"American Soldier" singer, Toby Keith, rocked Cheyenne Frontier Days with a set that not only paid homage to his '90s and early '00s set list, but also paid tribute to members of the military by giving away tickets to his show to free to active members of the armed services.

Toby Keith is known for his support of the United State Military, having been recognized for his USO service overseas. He's visited and performed for more than 250,000 troops overseas since 2002. At Cheyenne Frontier Days, he gave 116 free party zone tickets to Air and Army National Guard, and tickets to F.E. Warren Air Force Base as well.

Keith has said in an interview with The Boot, that he wants to thank military members for their service in the ways he knows how. "If there's military, we always let them back because that's all I can give them is my service," says Toby. "They gave service to me, and all I can give them back is any service that I have."

The artist behind "Courtesy of the Red White and Blue," also took time to sing a duet with his opening act, Ned LeDoux. Performing with the son of the late famed country singer and rodeo star, Chris LeDoux, the artists performed his song "Cadillac Cowboy," to the delight of the audience.