Billy Ray Cyrus Performed on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT

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Billy Ray Cyrus Performed on AMERICA'S GOT TALENT

Billy Ray Cyrus, who was just announced as a two-time 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards nominee, will return to his roots tonight when he performs his multi-platinum-selling legendary hit, "Some Gave All," on NBC's hit summer series "America's Got Talent" with Voices of Service, a Northern Virginia quartet comprised of active and retired U.S. veterans.

Cyrus joined Cher, Macklemore, Leona Lewis, Ozuna, Kygo, Lang Lang and Chris Jerichoduring the season 14 finale of "America's Got Talent" a two-hour live telecast, Wednesday, Sept. 18 (8-10 p.m. ET/PT).

The global icon and singer/songwriter from Flatwoods, Kentucky continues breaking records as the only country artist nominated in the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards:

Best Collab, Duo or Group
21 Savage Feat. J. Cole - "A Lot"
Cardi B & Bruno Mars - "Please Me
DJ Khaled Feat. Nipsey Hussle & John Legend - "Higher"
Lil Baby & Gunna - "Drip Too Hard"
Lil Nas X Feat. Billy Ray Cyrus - "Old Town Road (Remix)"
Travis Scott Feat. Drake - "Sicko Mode"

Single of the Year
"Act Up" - Produced by EarlThePearll (City Girls)
"Big Ole Freak" - Produced by LilJuMadeDaBeat (Megan Thee Stallion)
"Money" - Produced by J. White Did It (Cardi B)
"Old Town Road (Remix)" - Produced by YoungKio (Lil Nas X Feat. Billy Ray Cyrus)
"Sicko Mode" - Produced by Rogét Chahayed, CuBeatz, OZ, Hit-Boy & Tay Keith (Travis Scott Feat. Drake)
"Suge" - Produced by Pooh Beatz & JetsonMade (DaBaby)

Recently, Cyrus learned he was nominated in the Musical Event of the Year category with Lil Nas X during the 53rd CMA Awards after taking home two MTV VMA Moonmen for Song of the Year and Best Direction for Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road (Remix, featuring Cyrus)."

This fall, Cyrus is focused on his new single, "Chevys and Fords," with fellow BBR Music Group/BMG recording artist Johnny McGuire.

Billy Ray Cyrus became a household name over the course of his unprecedented career which spans across music, television and theater. Throughout his nearly three decade career, Cyrus has achieved worldwide success as a singer, songwriter, actor and producer. The Flatwoods, KY native exploded onto the music scene when his first album, Some Gave All, debuted on the all-genre Billboard album chart at No. 1 and stayed there for a record-breaking 17 weeks in 1992. The lead single, "Achy Breaky Heart," became a phenomenon as the single went multi-platinum. After "Achy Breaky Heart," Cyrus followed up with back to back hits "It Could've Been Me," "She's Not Crying Anymore," "Wher'm I Gonna Live When I Get Home?" and the anthemic "Some Gave All." Cyrus knocked himself out of the top Billboard position with the his second No. 1 album, It Won't Be The Last, featuring smash hits "In the Heart of a Woman," "Words By Heart" and "Somebody New." Cyrus followed up with dozens more that defined country music. "To me, my most defining moment in country was being joined by George Jones and Loretta Lynn on my self-penned 'Country Music Has the Blues,'" said Cyrus. He also enjoyed a successful career as an actor in "Doc" and "Still The King," as well as the Disney series "Hannah Montana" with his daughter Miley. Recently, Cyrus has shattered records with Lil Nas X with the global smash, "Old Town Road," which has remained No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 19 consecutive weeks. Returning to his Kentucky roots, BBR Music Group/BMG released Cyrus's new single on July 19 with emerging artist Johnny McGuire titled, "Chevys and Fords," which Rolling Stone Countryproclaimed is "a gently rocking country tune brimming with Springsteen-inspired, vehicle-based nostalgia...finds the two vocalists singing about how they come from a long line of Chevys and Fords.'"



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