Nashville, Tenn. (PRWEB) August 5, 2007
Billy Ray Cyrus, who burst on to the country music scene in 1992 with Achy Breaky Heart, almost called an end to his musical career last year, following the release of his album Wanna Be Your Joe. Cyrus, who is GAC's Artist of the Month for August, tells GACTV.com he thought long and hard about hanging up his guitar.
"I felt like with Joe I had done everything I wanted to do. It was such a fun record, I thought 'I'll just stop here,'" Cyrus says in the exclusive GACTV.com interview.
Now, Cyrus is celebrating new successes, musically and personally. His 10th CD, Home At Last, released July 24 on Walt Disney Records, debuted at No. 3 on the country music charts in its first week, selling 28,000 copies. Cyrus tells GACTV.com he feels rejuvenated by the enthusiasm of a new generation of Billy Ray Cyrus fans.
"I thought, 'There are people out there that want to listen to what you have to say,'" he says.
Fans can read the full text of Billy Ray Cyrus' interview on GACTV.com, and can vote for his new video, Ready, Set, Don't Go, on GAC's Top 20 Country Countdown. The GACTV.com Artist of the Month package also includes a trivia contest, lots of a new photos and a song-by-song rundown of the story behind the music of each cut on the new album.
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Great American Country is America's main street for the widest variety of country music, its artists and the lifestyles they influence. In addition to country music videos, GAC features original programming, special musical performances and live concerts, and is the exclusive television home of the Grand Ole Opry. GAC is available in more than 48 million households and online at GACTV.com.