Miley Cyrus set to bring Wrecking Ball to Roche Estate

By , 25/04/2020 19:39

FAMILY AFFAIR: Billy Ray Cyrus is expected to be joined by his daughter Miley at Roche Estate next Saturday.THE Hunter Valley has landeda musical coup with American pop superstar Miley Cyrustipped to perform with her father Billy Raynext Saturday at Roche Estate.
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Cyrus senior is headlining the first Crossroads Country In The Vines alongside Kasey Chambers and John Williamson in what will be his first n tour in 25 years.

However, the performance has suddenly become more attractive.

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Miley Cyrus, 25, is among the biggest pop stars in the world andcommands more mainstream interest than her country-orientated father.

After beginning her career on TV show Hannah Montana, Mileycontroversially adopted a more adult image as she scored major hits with songs like Wrecking Ball and Malibu.

Miley is a constant visitor to our shores due to her romantic relationship with n actor Liam Hemsworth.

Billy Ray kicks off his n tour on Thursdayat The Palms at Crown, in Melbourne, and he also performs inBrisbane on March 25, but Miley is only expected to join the Achy Breaky Heart hitmaker at Roche Estate.

The pair performed a duet on Billy Ray’s latest album Set The Record Straight and the 56-year-old told the Newcastle Herald last October it was among his proudest moments in the studio.

“Miley joins me on this album, we sing asong calledStand, like stand for what you believe in and what’sright,” Billy Ray said.

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“Don’t just talk about it, be the change. We actually cut this song a fewyears ago,right about thetime we started doingHannah Montanaand it was a great piece of music that got lost in the shuffle, so I put it back on this album.

“I’m anxious for people to hear it. Lots of peoplehave said‘how did youget Stevie Nicks?’No that’s Miley, she had that sound back then. It’s a strong song and avery important song.”

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