Billy Ray Cyrus Live (1992)

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Credited cast:
Billy Ray Cyrus ... Singer
Greg Fletcher Greg Fletcher ... Drums
Corky Holbrook Corky Holbrook ... Bass
Terry Shelton Terry Shelton ... Guitar
Barton Stevens Barton Stevens ... Keyboard
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USA

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English

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15 September 1992 (USA) See more »

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New York City, New York, USA

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$400,000 (estimated)
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Propaganda Films See more »
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Song Listing: 1: "Should I stay or Should I Go" 2: "These Boots are Made for Walking" 3: "She's Not Crying Anymore" 4: "Wher'm I Gonna Live ?" 5: "Someday, Somewhere, Somehow" 6: "Could've Been Me" 7: "I'm So Miserable" 8: "Never Thought I'd Fall in Love with You" 9: "Ain't No Good Goodbye" 10: "Some Gave All" 11: "Only Time Will Tell" 12: "It Won't be the Last" 13: "Achy Breaky Heart" 14: "The Star Spangled Banner" is sung acappella over the titles. Total running time is about 1 hour. See more »

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Billy Ray's Physical Appeal Better Than His Singing & Playing
19 February 2007 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

Bill Ray sings 14 songs, filmed from various concerts, although most of them were from a concert in New York City. In all, I would rate this "fair."

This would be a "must" for Cyrus fans, but not for the rest of us. I think he was better than his critics labeled him, but I also think Billy Ray was a little too in love with himself and his body. He's a muscular, macho-lookin' guy and the ladies all scream....so he plays that part up.

Cyrus has a guitar with him on most songs but all he seems to do is strum some chords. His backup band was good, though. To me, many of his songs sound alike.


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