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Billy Ray Cyrus
and Letisha "Tish" Finley

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Miley Cyrus and Mom - Tish Finley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus and Mom, Letisha "Tish" (Finley) Cyrus

Trace Dempsey Cyrus
Trace Dempsey Cyrus

Trace Cyrus and Band - Metro Station
Trace Cyrus - Metro Station

Billy Ray Cyrus b 25 Aug 1961 Flatwoods, Greenup Co KY; s/o Ronald Ray Cyrus and Ruth Ann Casto. Billy Ray Cyrus m. 28 Dec 1992 to Letisha "Tish" Finley b about 1967. (Bio). Children of Billy Ray Cyrus and Letisha "Tish" Finley;

I. Destiny Hope "Miley" Cyrus b 23 Nov 1992 Nashville, TN

II. Braison Chance Cyrus (male)

III. Noah Lindsey Cyrus (female) b Jan 2000


Billy Ray Cyrus
and Cindy Smith

Billy Ray Cyrus b 25 Aug 1961 Greenup Co KY; s/o Ronald Ray Cyrus and Ruth Ann Adkins. Billy Ray Cyrus m. 1986 to Cindy Smith.


Billy Ray Cyrus
and Kristen Luckey

Billy Ray Cyrus b 25 Aug 1961 Greenup Co KY; s/o Ronald Ray Cyrus and Ruth Ann Adkins. Billy Ray Cyrus m. Kristen Luckey. Child of Billy Ray Cyrus and Kristen Luckey;

I. Christopher Cody Cyrus b 1992


Cindy Smith and
Baxter Neal Helson

Cindy Smith and Baxter Neal Helson had son;

I. Trace Dempsey Cyrus (adopted by Billy Ray Cyrus) b 24 Feb 1989

Website at MySpace:

Trace Dempsey Cyrus (born February 24, 1989) is an American musician who is a guitarist, songwriter and vocalist in the pop band Metro Station. He is the owner of a clothing company called From Backseats to Bedrooms. Cyrus is also the older (adopted by Billy Ray Cyrus) brother of actress and singer Miley Cyrus and is the son of singer Billy Ray Cyrus.

Personal life

Cyrus is the half-brother of Miley Cyrus, the star of the Disney Channel original television series Hannah Montana, as they share the same mother, Leticia "Tish" Finley Cyrus. His biological father is Baxter Neal Helson, but he was adopted by Billy Ray Cyrus, spending the summers of his youth on tour with Billy Ray. In an interview with MTV, he discussed recording with Miley, "Actually, I'm going to sing on one of the tracks on her next album. I can't say much about it right now, but we will be collaborating." Cyrus has many tattoos on his arms and chest. Additionally he has the words "STAY GOLD" tattooed on his knuckles. He has "angel bites", along with other piercings. Cyrus once worked at a shopping mall in Burbank, California before dropping out of high school at La Cañada High School.

Main article: Metro Station (band)

Cyrus is a guitarist and vocalist in the synth-pop band, Metro Station. He started the band with Mason Musso in early 2006 when their mothers set them up to do a jam together, since Musso's brother Mitchel is a Hannah Montana cast member. Columbia Records signed the band after an intern at the record label saw their MySpace page. He appeared with Musso on MTV's Total Request Live on June 9, 2008. Their band along with The Maine were the two special guest acts on the Soundtrack of Your Summer Tour, co-headlined by Boys Like Girls and Good Charlotte, this past summer. In September 2008, Cyrus made an appearance in the music video for Billy Ray's single, "Somebody Said a Prayer".

Trace also has clothing line called "From Backseats to Bedrooms"


Billy Ray Cyrus Biography

Billy Ray Cyrus
Billy Ray Cyrus

Billy Ray Cyrus
Billy Ray Cyrus

Billy Ray Cyrus
Billy Ray Cyrus

(source) Country superstar Billy Ray Cyrus joins NBC this summer as host of “Nashville Star.” Spanning the last 15 years, Cyrus has had a phenomenal career not only in the music world but in film and television, as well.
Last summer, Cyrus released his tenth album, Home At Last, on Walt Disney Records. The first single from the album, "Ready, Set, Don't Go," is a heartfelt ballad he wrote for his daughter Miley as she prepared to leave for Los Angeles from Tennessee to start production on "Hannah Montana.” The duet (featuring Miley Cyrus) and album both topped the Country charts.

Billy Ray recently recorded the Sheryl Crow-penned track “Real Gone” for the forthcoming Country Sings Disney CD, slated for release in July. The song will also be included on his next studio album which is currently being recorded in Nashville and produced by Grammy-winning producer Mark Bright (Rascal Flatts, Carrie Underwood). Cyrus’ eleventh album, Back to Tennessee is set for release on October 21.

The multi-platinum singer/songwriter’s musical roots go back to his childhood in Kentucky when the young Cyrus was singing with his father's gospel quartet before he started grade school. Discovered in 1990 while opening for Reba McEntire, Cyrus holds the record by a debut artist for his album "Some Gave All" which was #1 on Billboard's Hot 100 Album chart for 17 weeks. His album Some Gave All certified multi-platinum, selling 14 million copies worldwide, while his other albums, It Won't Be the Last and Storm in the Heart certified platinum and gold respectively. He won Favorite New Artist – Country and Favorite Single – Country for "Achy Breaky Heart" at the American Music Awards. His hit single "Achy Breaky Heart" also earned him Single of the Year by the Country Music Association and the BMI Robert J. Burton Award in 1993.

Cyrus currently stars as Robby Stewart, father and "personal and professional" manager to his 15-year-old daughter, played by real-life daughter Miley, who has a secret identity as a pop star in the Emmy-nominated Disney Channel series, "Hannah Montana." Billy Ray and Miley are currently filming “The Hannah Montana Movie” for Walt Disney Pictures in Tennessee, which is slated for release next summer. Once production wraps on the feature film, father and daughter will return to Los Angeles to shoot the third season of the hit TV series.

In 2007, Cyrus gained an even larger fan base with his good-natured and entertaining performance on ABC’s "Dancing with the Stars," making it to the eighth week of competition as one of the final five. Most recently, Cyrus hosted the CMT Music Awards with Miley and starred in his own CMT reality series “Home at Last.” He has also completed production on two films which will be released later this year: "Bait Shop" with Bill Engvall and "Flyin' By" with Heather Locklear.

Cyrus starred in the PAX series "Doc" for which he also composed the theme song. That series is now seen in over 50 countries. His film credits include "Elvis Has Left the Building," "Mulholland Drive," "Radical Jack" and "Wish You Were Dead." On the stage, he starred as Frank Butler in the stage production of "Annie Get Your Gun" in Toronto.

Cyrus resides on his 500-acre farm near Nashville when not working in Los Angeles.

Award winning country music singer, songwriter, actor, and former Oldsmobile salesman. Played in the band "Sly Dog".

Full name: William Ray Cyrus
Birthdate: August 25, 1961
Birth place: Flatwoods, KY
Hair color: Brown
Eye color: Hazel
Height: 6 ft
Residence: A 500 acre farm near Franklin, Tennessee
Family: Wife - Leticia "Tish"
(married December 28, 1993)
Children - Christopher Cody, Destiny Hope, Braison Chance, Brandi and Trace
Hobbies: Weight-room workouts, horseback riding, riding his four-wheeler
Pets: Horses - Randi, Lady, Roam and Savannah;
Mule - Eeyore;
Dogs - Sheba, Pawnee, Spirit, Thor, Fluke
Cat - Grey Boy
Favorite Foods: Pork Chops, fried chicken, turkey & dressing, pecan pie, chocolate cake, brownies and Oreo cookies
Instrument: Guitar
Band: Sly Dog (named for a one-eyed bulldog he once owned), members: Terry Shelton, Michael Joe Sagraves, Corky Holbrook, Barton Stevens, Don Von Tress, and Steve French
Grand Ole Opry Debut: March 30, 1996
CD's Released: "Some Gave All" - certified multi-platinum, 5/19/92
"It Won't Be The Last" - certified platinum, 6/22/93
"Storm In The Heartland" - certified gold, 11/08/94
"Trail Of Tears" - 8/20/96
"The Best of Billy Ray Cyrus Cover to Cover," June 24, 1997
"Shot Full of Love" - 11/03/98

Singles Released: "Achy Breaky Heart" - #1, 04/06/92
"Wher'm I Gonna Live", 10/05/92
"She's Not Cryin' Anymore", 01/11/93
"Some Gave All", 04/12/93
"Romeo" (guest vocal with Dolly Parton), 1993
"In The Heart Of A Woman" - #1, 06/16/93
"Somebody New", 10/04/93
"Words By Heart", 01/24/94
"Talk Some", 05/16/94
"Storm In The Heartland", 10/10/94
"Deja Blue", 01/23/95
"One Last Trill", 04/03/95
"Fastest Horse In A One Horse Town"
(From Sony NASCAR album), 07/31/95
"Trail Of Tears", 08/12/96
"Three Little Words"
"It's All the Same to Me," 6/9/97
"Busy Man" - 11/98
"Give My Heart to You" - 6/99
Videos Released: "Billy Ray Cyrus"
"Billy Ray Cyrus Live"
"The Video Collection", 10/19/93
"One On One", 11/08/94
"The Complete Video Collection," 6/24/97

Television Specials: ABC Special, "Dreams Come True", 02/17/93
VH-1 Special, 08/15/94
ABC Special, "A Year On The Road", 10/06/94
TNN Series, "The Life & Times of Billy Ray Cyrus," Summer 1997
"Give My Heart to You," TNN, 6/99
Films: "Mulholland Drive"
"Radical Jack"
Awards: 1992
COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION
Single of then Year, "Achy Breaky Heart"
AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS
Favorite New Artist, Country;
Favorite Single, Country, "Achy Breaky Heart"
BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS
Most Weeks at #1 Album, "Some Gave All"
BILLBOARD MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS
Best Male Artist, Country, "Achy Breaky Heart";
Best New Artist, Country, "Achy Breaky Heart"
AMOA JUKEBOX AWARDS
Pop Record of the Year, "Achy Breaky Heart";
Country Record of the Year, "Achy Breaky Heart",
Rising Star Award
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RECORDING MERCHANDISERS
Record of the Year, New Artists;
Record of the Year, Country Male;
Record of the Year, Male;
Record of the Year, Overall
COUNTRY MUSIC TELEVISION
Most Popular Music Video, "Achy Breaky Heart"
JUNO AWARDS (Canada)
Best Selling Single, "Achy Breaky Heart"
R & R READER'S POLL
Best New Artist
PEOPLE MAGAZINE
One of the Most Intriguing People of the Year 1992

1993
COUNTRY MUSIC TELEVISION
#6 on Top 10 Video List, "Heart Of A Woman"
CANADIAN COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION (Canada)
Best Selling Album (foreign or domestic), "Some Gave All"

1994
BILLBOARD 100TH ANNIVERSARY AWARDS
16th Biggest Selling Album of All Time "Some Gave All"
CHILDHELP USA
Humanitarian Award

1995
DIAMOND AWARD (Canada)
"Some Gave All"
BERKLEY POPULAR CULTURAL SOCIETY'S INNOVATOR AWARD
University of California
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Humanitarian Award
CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR SOCIETY'S
Bob Hope Award
COUNTRY MUSIC CARES


1996

COUNTRY RADIO SEMINAR
Humanitarian Award
THE VFW HALL OF FAME AWARD
August 13, 1996

1997

TNN MUSIC CITY NEWS COUNTRY AWARDS
Single of the Year "Trail of Tears"
MODERN SCREEN COUNTRY MUSIC MAGAZINE
Entertainer and Male Artist
AIR FORCE SERGEANTS AWARD
Americanism Award

1998

CMT's Showcase Artist
February 1998
TNN MUSIC CITY NEWS COUNTRY AWARDS
Single of the Year
Album of the Year
Song of the Year
Video of the Year
Male Artist
MODERN SCREEN COUNTRY MUSIC MAGAZINE
Entertainer and Male Artist

1999

MODERN SCREEN COUNTRY MUSIC MAGAZINE
Entertainer and Male Artist
Entertainment Buyers Association
Humanitarian of the Year
Music Row Magazine's "Video of the Year"
for "Give My Heart to You"

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