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Country music artist and former actor, Billy Ray Cyrus, may be best known for his “Achy Breaky Heart” and role as Hannah Montana’s father, but there is more to Cyrus than his well-known hit song, his highly publicized daughter, and that beloved mullet of his from way back when. Besides the sequel to “Achy Breaky Heart” (cleverly entitled “Achy Breaky Heart 2”), Cyrus went back to work in the studio and recorded new music to share with country music fans alike. Cyrus’ next single, “Hope Is Just Ahead,” is currently impacting radio and the corresponding video to this song will premiere tomorrow, April 2nd.

We are thrilled to announce that we will be chatting with Cyrus about his latest single, video, and much more, tomorrow, Wednesday April 2nd, on Country Music Chat at 6pmPT/9pmET.  Just use/follow #CMchat to join the conversation, chat with Cyrus himself, and hang out with fellow country music fans! You can use the link here on CMchatLIVE.com to participate.

Billy Ray Cyrus has been making country music since 1992 when he released his nine-time-platinum debut album, Some Gave All (which featured the infamous and highly-critiqued “Achy Breaky Heart”). While Cyrus is predominantly known for this one single, he has actually released in upward of thirty charted tracks, including three Number 1’s. Cyrus also has television and film credits under his belt buckle.

Twenty years following the success of Cyrus’ smash hit debut album, he released Change My Mind, his thirteenth studio project, and is premiering the music video for his third single off this album, “Hope Is Just Ahead,” tomorrow, April 2nd.

Website: http://www.billyraycyrus.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/billyraycyrus

Author: Country Cadre

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