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Jump to navigation Jump to search. Trace Dempsey Cyrus (born Neil Timothy Helson; February 24, 1989) is an American musician. The son of country singer Billy Ray Cyrus and brother of recording artists Miley Cyrus and Noah Cyrus, he is the backing vocalist and bassist of the band Metro Station. He left the band in 2010 but returned in 2014.When did Trace Cyrus release his first album?
After being discovered and signed by Columbia Records, Trace and his band released their debut album that was self-titled in September 2007, consisting of 2 singles initially – Kelsey and Control, after which the 3rd one was added in mid-2008, titled Shake It, and skyrocketed the band’s popularity.Where did Trace Cyrus get his name from?
Upon his adoption, his name was legally changed to Trace Dempsey Cyrus. Cyrus spent his school holidays touring and performing with Billy Ray. He has a younger sister, Miley, who starred in the Disney Channel original television series Hannah Montana. He recorded a track with her on an album prepared in 2008.When did Trace Cyrus co write country music has the Blues?
In 2006, Cyrus co-wrote a song called "Country Music Has the Blues," which was a track on Billy Ray's 2006 album Wanna Be Your Joe. The song features guest appearances by Loretta Lynn and George Jones. Cyrus was a guitarist and vocalist in the pop rock band Metro Station.