There’s always something going on with Noah Cyrus. You never know what she is going to do next. Her latest work for American Horror Story has caught some attention. Cyrus posted a scary but interesting set of photos a day after Halloween.
In a full-body leather suit, she was crawling on the ceiling, giving creepy looks, and wielding a knife. Although Halloween is over, the scary vibes keep moving along. She looks absolutely terrifying, and fans in the replies loved the photos.
Noah Cyrus is known for her music, but she has been getting into acting. Her appearance on AHS had fans talking earlier this year. Now, it appears that she is ready to make another appearance on the show. While her sister has built a huge following around herself, Noah has also amassed a following. She also knows a thing or two about singing and has good taste in country music.
Noah Cyrus’ Top-5 Country Music Songs
As the daughter of a country music legend, Noah Cyrus knows a thing or two about the genre. When she sings, there is a big country influence, which makes sense given her family. However, she is able to explore other types of music and different styles outside of the genre. When it comes to her top country music songs you can sense the influences in her own music.
To start things off, Cyrus listed her own father’s song, and no, it ain’t the one with a line dance. She’s Not Cryin’ Anymore made the list for Cyrus. The song dropped in 1993 on the Some Gave All album. It shot up to No.6 on the country music charts. It’s one of many hits in the 90s that Billy Ray had.
Following that up on the list is Vern Gosdin. That’s one that is not likely to make a lot of lists, but again that is very telling of Noah Cyrus’ thought process. While your average list wouldn’t have this song, it probably should. This 1990 hit, Is It Raining at Your House which was Gosdin’s last top-ten hit.
Coming up in the third spot is Jackson sang famously by Johnny Cash and June Carter. This is a much older song. Back in 1967, this song was a bit of a unique sound. It made it to No.2 on the country charts. This song has been played tons of times over the years and is classic Johnny and June.
The last two songs on the list are great picks. No list is accurate or complete without George Jones’ He Stopped Loving Her Today. Listen to that song and it explains itself. That song can go on any list. However, to finish it up, the fifth song on the list is When I Think About Cheatin by Gretchen Wilson.