Singer Billy Ray Cyrus lent his voice and guitar playing to Lil Nas X's song, "Old Town Road."
Photo: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Celebrity Fight Night
Photo: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Celebrity Fight Night

‘Old Town Road’ singer Billy Ray Cyrus giving local concert 

Tickets go on sale today for summer concert. 

As they say, timing is everything. 

Jerry Abner, the senior director of marketing at Miami Valley Gaming, 6000 Ohio 63 in Lebanon, says the saying  is true in the case of the just announced June 15, 2019, Billy Ray Cyrus concert set for the racino’s grandstand.

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“Old Town Road” — Cyrus’ collaboration with  rapper Lil Nas X — has been topping Billboard’s Hot 100 list. 

“This is one that we’ve been working on for awhile. We were looking for a day that routed well for them and us as well,” Abner said. “Obviously, timing is everything. With his number one hit, we are really more excited.” 

Tickets go on sale 11 a.m. today, April 25  on Miami Valley Gaming’s website. 

Singer Billy Ray Cyrus lent his voice and guitar playing to Lil Nas X's song, "Old Town Road."
Photo: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Celebrity Fight Night

Links to buy them will also be posted on the racino’s Facebook and Twitter pages. 

Tickets to the 1,000-seat venue will cost $35, $45, $55 and $100.

“The $100 ticket is very limited and includes a meet-and-greet package,” Abner said.  

“There are only about 20 of the meet and greets.” 

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Cyrus is known for a list of song that include “Achy Breaky Heart,” “One Last Thrill,”  “In the Heart of a Woman,” “Ready, Set, Don’t Go” and “Busy Man.”

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