Trace Cyrus Biography
American musician Trace Dempsey Cyrus was born Neil Timothy Helson on February 24, 1989. He is the brother of musicians Miley Cyrus and Noah Cyrus and the son of country music star Billy Ray Cyrus.
He previously played guitar and provided backing vocals for the band Metro Station from 2010 to 2014. He started playing guitar and singing in the pop rock band Ashland HIGH in 2010. Additionally, he owns the apparel business From Backseats to Bedrooms.
Trace Cyrus height and weight
Cyrus’ height stands at 6 ft 3 inches (190 cm), and his weight is 141 lb (64 kg).
Trace Cyrus wife/girlfriend and children
Trace Cyrus and Taylor Lauren Sanders announced their engagement in December 2018. However, the two have separated and have moved on. There is currently no evidence of Cyrus dating anyone.
Trace Cyrus parents and siblings
Trace Cyrus’ parents are Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus. His siblings are Miley Cyrus and Noah Cyrus.
Baxter Neal Helson is his father by biological means. Billy Ray Cyrus, his mother’s second husband, adopted him when he was a young child, and he spent some time living with them in Thompson’s Station, Tennessee.
His name was legally changed to Trace Dempsey Cyrus upon adoption.
Trace Cyrus top songs and awards
“Country Music Has the Blues,” one of Cyrus’ songs which he co-wrote in 2009 was a track on Billy Ray’s 2006 album Wanna Be Your Joe. George Jones and Loretta Lynn both made cameos in the song.
Early in 2006, he and Mason Musso formed the band after their mothers arranged for them to play together. Mitchel Musso, a cast member of Hannah Montana, was Mason Musso’s brother. After seeing the band’s MySpace profile, a Columbia Records intern decided to sign them.
Trace Cyrus net worth
Trace Cyrus has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Trace Cyrus Instagram
Trace is very active on Instagram with over 710k followers while following 492.
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