“This is a party. This is a good time with a rock n’ roll band and a dance groove,” Billy Ray Cyrus said of the track.
The highlight of the costumes came from Matt Lauer, who was dressed as Dolly Parton.
As the evening came to a close, the impact NSAI has had on the songwriting community was evident.
The new album features a mix of old and new tracks, including a duet with his daughter, Miley Cyrus.
Billy Ray Cyrus and his family hosted a reunion of sorts when the entire Cyrus clan appeared in an episode of Carpool Karaoke: The Series.
“DAD ALWAYS HAS THE BEST ADVICE,” Miley wrote following the big announcement.
The pop singer may be more known for her catchy hits or her many fashion risks over the past few years, but Parton has watched over Cyrus since before she could toddle along.
Billy Ray Cyrus might have gotten a little carried away when he announced that he was changing his name.
Cyrus captioned the video with, “My Dad always said, ‘Never forget where you come from. It makes you who you are.’ And well, as usual, he’s right.”
“We only all turn on Blake. That’s the only person we ever turn on. Because he always wins and he’s so nice,” she admitted on the show.
Lauren Alaina, the Property Brothers, Kellie Pickler & others strapped on their cleats for the 2017 City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game.
The 2017 CMA Music Festival just got a whole lot bigger with the addition of more stages, more artists and more music!
Billy Ray Cyrus made an out of this world remake of his 1992 hit “Achy Breaky Heart” with the rap version featuring Buck 22.
Kelsea Ballerini is lending her voice to the Nickelodeon animated preschool series, Blaze and the Monster Machines.
“Can’t find the right words, just sadness. Prayers are with Manchester,” wrote Brad Paisley, with many others echoing his sentiment.
In addition to changing his name, the singer has updated “Achy Breaky Heart” in celebration of the 25th anniversary of its release.
See what Dustin Lynch, Jon Pardi, Billy Ray Cyrus & others said about the many Christmas traditions they have with their families.
Erin Duvall’s book, Country Music Hair, follows the evolution of hairstyles in the country music format from the 60s until current times.
With 50 years of the CMAs, there are countless memories to remember as country artists pick out some of the moments that mean a lot to them from the ceremony over the years.