Billy Ray Cyrus' family is known for being very talented. His youngest daughter, Noah, has recently been showcasing her singing talent at local open mic nights around Los Angeles.
Last year, Noah performed at LA's Crave Cafe and brought along a special guitarist and back-up vocalist, her dad Billy Ray Cyrus!
Together, they performed his 1992 mega-hit "Could've Been Me," which was released eight years before she was even born!
At the tender age of 15, Noah seems fearless and ready to take on the world! After the performance she shared a special message on Instagram to her famous dad.
"Thank you for teaching me how to come out of my shell," she captioned the Instagram photo of them performing. "You are my favorite guitar player I will EVER have. I love you Daddy."
Sitting on a barstool with Cyrus playing guitar, Noah sings her heart out and the crowd loved it!
Maybe we will see more performances between this father-daughter duo!
It's Noah's turn to be the proud daughter on June 12th when Cyrus' brand-new CMT TV show, Still The King, debuts! You can watch the trailer here!
And watch their performance below!
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