Billy Ray Cyrus is gearing up for the release of his forthcoming album, Set The Record Straight, on November 10 and the collection will include collaborations with his daughters Miley and Noah as revealed during his Tuesday (October 31) appearance on Today with Kathie Lee and Hoda.
While Miley appears on an optimistic cut called “Stand,” younger sister Noah teamed up with her father for a dance mix of Don Williams’ 1982 track, “Tulsa Time.” “She’s awesome. Her instinct … She’s right on. She’s got her own fears about things. She’s really loving being on stage with Katy Perry,” he told the hosts.
Elsewhere during the chat, the industry vet spoke about what it means to have staying power in a non-stop industry. “You always gotta reinvent and you gotta love what you do and do it because you love it. Reinvention … I love music. That’s my passion, the kids’ passion,” he explained.
Previously, Billy Ray revealed that the new set will have “some of [his] favorite songs.” “Some are new and have been an intricate part of ‘Still The King’ story lines. Others are new mixes and different styles of songs that allowed me to experiment with the diversity that is so much a part of my musical being,” he explained in a press release. “There are some collaborations with my musical heroes and a special tribute to one of my greatest influences of all time – Ronnie Van Zant and the members of Lynyrd Skynyrd.”