Still got a death grip on those ‘90s line-dancing moves?
They’ll come in handy in February, when Billy Ray Cyrus is scheduled to perform in Alaska.
According to the artist’s Web site and Pollstar, a concert industry magazine, Cyrus will play the Sullivan Arena on Feb. 12.
His daughter, Miley Cyrus (aka Hannah Montana) currently has the sixth most popular North American tour, according to Pollstar. All 55 of her shows sold out in minutes, and scalpers are getting four-to-five times the tickets’ face value.
Safe to say her father isn’t getting the same reception these days, since his early 2008 tour dates mainly consist of casinos. The Sullivan is the only arena date on his itinerary so far.
Billy Ray is best known for his 1992 No. 1 single “Achy Breaky Heart.” Cyrus’ most recent claims to fame are playing dad to his real-life daughter on “Hannah Montana,” a short turn on last season's "Dancing with the Stars" and being featured on the CMT reality show “Home at Last.” The accompanying “Home at Last” disc, which includes the father-daughter duet “Ready, Set Don’t Go,” peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard 200.
The Sullivan Arena’s marketing director hasn’t returned a call to confirm the show. No details about time or price are available on Ticketmaster at this time.
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