Throughout the course of nearly three decades, Billy Ray Cyrus has achieved international success as a singer, songwriter, entertainer, and philanthropist. He has sold millions of albums, charted 35 singles, 16 of which are Top 40 hits and continues to receive critical acclaim as an actor, writer, and executive producer in film and television. He’s now gearing up for a tour and the release in Australia of Thin Line. The album consists of 15 tracks and features collaborations with talent like Joe Perry, who lends his guitar licks on the Don Williams classic “Tulsa Time,” complimentary vocals from Kenley Shea Holm as well as Cyrus’ son, Braison Cyrus, in honor of the late Merle Haggard with “Going Where the Lonely Go.”
The first single “Hey Elvis” – a collaboration featuring Cyrus, Bryan Adams and the legendary Rock n’ Roll Hall of Famer, Glenn Hughes.