Country music star Dwight Yoakam shared a warm Thanksgiving message for fans with his 1-year-old son Thursday morning.
Dalton wore blue jean overalls, a striped shirt, and a nifty little hat for the photo. And it looks like mommy’s holding her son.
Yoakam and his wife, Emily, had Dalton last year on Aug. 16.
Fans ate up the cute picture of Dalton Yoakam. One Twitter fan, Tricia Amundson, replied, “I love this photo. You will always be my idol.”
Another fan, Vicki Mooney, loved the Dalton picture, wished Yoakam and his family well, and even said that her family “listened to Dwight’s Christmas album this morning Amazing!!
Carried Underwood Performed With Yoakam
The 65-year-old country music star did a few songs with Underwood back in July at the CMA Summer Jam.
The duo sang Dwight Yoakam’s “A Thousand Miles From Nowhere” and “Guitars & Cadillacs.” For Underwood, she said it was a career-defining moment.
After the show, she took to social media to tell how great of a time she had.
“Never in a million years would I have thought I would get to share the stage with someone this cool!” she wrote on July 28th. “@DwightYoakam you are a LEGEND and, now, a friend as well! Thank you! #CMASummerJam Guitars…Cadillacs…And Cowboy Hats.”
Yoakam Canceled Concert Last Month
The singer had to cancel his Canton, Ohio show due to a case of food poisoning. Show organizers said Dwight Yoakam had never arrived in Canton before contracting the illness. Reportedly, he got sick at his home in Los Angeles.
The newspaper said that the Canton show was trouble, as that Oct. 1 date was the third time the concert officials postponed the date. Two other times officials moved it because of the pandemic.
Tickets purchased for the scheduled concert will be honored for the new date.
January will be a big month for the star as he returns to touring. On Jan. 12, Yoakam plays at Captial One Hall in Tysons, Va. He’ll be in the South for a while with three dates at Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. He’ll finish the end of the month with Florida tour stops in Clearwater, Jacksonville, Fort Myers, and Melbourne.
Yoakam Starred In Eastwood Movie
Over the years, Dwight Yoakam has had some small but notable roles on the silver screen.
He’s been in 2002’s “Panic Room, the 2017 flick “Logan Lucky” and most recently, this year’s “Cry Macho.”
Yoakam played former Eastwood boss Howard Polk. Polk hires Mike Milo (Eastwood) to travel to Mexico City and bring back Howard’s 13-year-old son, Rafo. The film came out in late September.
The film had a $33 million budget but only reportedly made $13.4 million at the box office.