Billy Ray Cyrus Joins Son Braison For His Grand Ole Opry Debut

Billy Ray Cyrus’ son, Braison, made his debut at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville on July 6. The 30-year-old upstart musician was joined at one point during his performance by his 62-year-old country superstar dad, who proudly sang alongside his son. “Talk about a full-circle moment. Literally standing in the sacred circle with my son Braison Chance Cyrus by my side,” Billy Ray said in a statement. “I have never been more proud.” Braison’s debut album, Javelina, was released in 2021, and he’s currently writing a follow-up record.

“It was an honor performing with my dad at such a legendary venue,” says Braison. “I love hanging out with my dad, riding dirt bikes and going on walks, but every now and again it’s great to hop on stage with him and do what we are both most passionate about and best at, which is playing music. Playing on the Opry stage is surreal, especially getting to do it with my dad.” (People)

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