Billy Ray Cyrus says he owes his success to a Vietnam veteran.
Cyrus will perform on May 28 in Washington D.C. during a Rolling Thunder Ride for Freedom, that is an annual motorcycle convene that ends during a Vietnam Veterans Memorial and honors depressed servicemen and women.
He will perform a balance “Some Gave All,” that is about portion in a military.
“This is a full-circle moment, since a week after ‘Some Gave All’ came out, we stood during a Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall during Rolling Thunder with Don Von Tress, who is not usually a author of ‘Achy Breaky Heart,’ though also a Vietnam veteran. That male and that strain altered my life,” Cyrus pronounced in a press release.
“Achy Breaky Heart” done Cyrus a domicile name.
He added, “And now 25 years later, I’ll lapse to a Wall and perform ‘Some Gave All’ and ‘Achy Breaky Heart’ and respect those veterans who gave all to their country.”
Cyrus recently dedicated a opening of “Some Gave All” during a Grand Ole Opry to Weston C. Lee, who was killed while fighting ISIS in Iraq on Apr 29.
“Weston Lee died portion a nation and we should all be perpetually beholden for his service. we dedicated ‘Some Gave All’ on a Opry for Lee and all those who haven’t returned home,” Cyrus settled in a press recover Monday.
“Some Gave All,” that Cyrus expelled in 1992, includes a lyrics: “All Gave Some, Some Gave All / Some stood by for a red, white and blue/ And some had to tumble / And if we ever consider of me/ Think of all your liberties and recall/ Some Gave All.”