"Still The King" Returns for an All-New Season Tuesday, July 11 at 10/9c
Internationally renowned superstar Billy Ray Cyrus will be all over television, online media and radio to promote the return of CMT’s hit comedy “Still The King,” premiering Tuesday, July 11 at 10/9c. Upcoming appearances include “LIVE with Kelly and Ryan,” “The Wendy Williams Show,” UsWeekly.com, People Now, CBS Interactive, Fox News Radio, “Access Hollywood,” “Extra,” “Inside Edition,” “Good Day New York,” PIX 11 and MORE!

“LIVE with Kelly and Ryan”
Wednesday, July 12
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“The Wendy Williams Show”
Wednesday, July 12
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“Still The King” averaged 3 million weekly viewers during season one and when season two kicks-off, Vernon (Cyrus) is fresh out of jail and determined to reclaim his position as a country music superstar while being present in the lives of his daughter Charlotte (Madison Iseman) and her mother Debbie (Joey Lauren Adams). Faced with the possibility of being a father to Debbie’s unborn child, Vernon must balance his desires for fame and family. 

BILLY RAY CYRUS ON TOUR:
July 28 North Star Casino Resort - Bowler, Wis.
July 29 St. Croix Casino - Turtle Lake, Wis.
Aug. 03 Knoxville Civic Auditorium - Knoxville, Tenn.
Aug. 04 The Brown Theatre - Louisville, Ky.
Aug. 05 Victory Theater - Evansville, Ind.
Aug. 12 Edgewater Hotel Casino Resort - Laughlin, Nev.
Aug. 19 Mill Town Music Hall - Bremen, Ga.
Oct. 21 Crystal Grand Theatre - Wisconsin Dells, Wis. 

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ABOUT BILLY RAY CYRUS:
Billy Ray Cyrus continues captivating audiences with his distinctive vocal style and charismatic stage presence. Throughout the course of nearly three decades, Cyrus has achieved worldwide success as a singer, songwriter, actor and producer. The Flatwoods, Kentucky native exploded onto the music scene when his first album, Some Gave All, which debuted on the all-genre Billboard album charts at No. 1 and stayed there for a record-breaking 17 weeks in 1992. The lead single, "Achy Breaky Heart," became a phenomenon as the single went multi-platinum. Some Gave All also went on to sell 9 million copies. Cyrus became a bonafide music icon and exemplified how Nashville's take on the music business changed for country artists. Along the way, Cyrus charted 35 singles, 16 of which are Top 40 hits, including “Could’ve Been Me,” “Where’m Gonna Live When I Get Home,” “She’s Not Cryin,” “Some Gave All,” “Ready, Set, Don't Go" and many more. Recently, he re-recorded “Achy Breaky Heart” in Muscle Shoals to celebrate the 25th anniversary. Cyrus has also enjoyed a successful career as an actor, most notably in cable series “Doc,” and in the Disney series “Hannah Montana” with his daughter Miley Cyrus. Today, Cyrus stars in CMT’s “Still The King” and is recording new music while playing to live audiences across North America. For more information on Billy Ray Cyrus and his upcoming projects, visit BillyRayCyrus.com and follow him on Twitter and Facebook..