Billy Ray Cyrus Shares Throwback Video Singing With Miley Cyrus Before ‘Hannah Montana’

by Hunter Miller
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Billy Ray Cyrus is taking a trip down memory lane sharing a post in celebration of the 20-year anniversary of the release of “Southern Rain.” The “Achy Breaky Heart” singer took to social media on Friday to reveal a special clip showing him and his daughter, Miley Cyrus, singing the title song from his sixth album.

“Seeing this video again on the 20 year anniversary of #SouthernRain. Wow. @MileyCyrus way before #HannahMontana and before I changed my name to Robby Ray Stewart !!!!!” he captioned the post.

In the clip, Billy Ray sings and strums a guitar while he and his daughter, pop superstar Miley Cyrus, duet together on his country classic. According to Billy Ray, the video was filmed before his daughter rose to worldwide stardom in the Disney channel hit show, “Hannah Montana.”

After sharing the video, thousands of Billy Ray’s fans and followers chimed in to voice their reactions.

“Loved the song then and still love it!” one fan commented. “Keep singing those meaningful songs that hit the heart and your soul! God bless you always!”

“We need a (sic) updated version of this song,” another comments. “This was so cute.”

This isn’t the only time that Billy Ray Cyrus has posted throwback posts in recent weeks that had his fans going wild. Earlier this week, Billy Ray celebrated “#MulletMonday,” which his fans absolutely loved.

Billy Ray Cyrus Shares Throwback Mullet Photo

On Monday, the country music icon uploaded a classic snap that shows him rocking his signature ’90s mullet hairdo. “Happy #MulletMonday! Keep taggin’ me in your Mullet Monday pics every Monday and I’ll share a few!” he captioned the post.

Shortly after posting, Billy Ray’s fans took to the comments to share their feelings about the retro snap.

“You had THE best mullet of anyone!!! Great pic!” one user writes. Another user chimed in writing: “Love this photo! Mullet and muscles.”

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