As Hannah Montana's popularity begins to take over her life, Miley Stewart, on the urging from her father takes a trip to her hometown of Crowley Corners, Tennessee to get some perspective on what matters in life the most.
In the story, Daniel's son Bobber needs extensive orthopedic surgery and months of intensive physical therapy to recover from being struck down by an automobile. Rodney Freeman, the young ... See full summary »
Billy Ray Cyrus,
My family and I really enjoy your show, however, during the show the background music of piano and guitar are really loud at time and we cannot hear and understand the dialog of the actors. Would it be possible for you to tone-down the background music so that it does not drown out the actors while they are talking? Often the actors, during a emotional part speak softly but at the same time the background music seems to turn up the volume drowning out what is being said during that scene and we miss out on the context of the conversation between the actors which is usually key points of the show. If you all would turn down the background music volume it would improve the show considerably and be more enjoyable for us to watch and understand everything that is being said by all the actors.
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