Last night, (Friday Sept. 29th) Spotify hosted a great Welcome Home party for Miley Cyrus and her fans to celebrate her the release of her new album Younger Now in Nashville, Tennessee on Broadway. The party was for Cyrus’ biggest fans and her most active Spotify listeners, only inviting 140 fans to celebrate this very special release. The party was hosted at the world famous honky-tonk bar Tootsie’s. The evening kicked off with drinks and face painting on the rooftop of Tootsie’s on Broadway, Followed by two Q&A’s. The first Q&A was between Miley and the puppet from her Younger Now music video, and the second being with her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, where he answered fans’ questions about his daughter, Miley. Cyrus then celebrated with an hour-long set, including many new songs from her album Younger Now, as well as some of her biggest hits. Her set included “Younger Now,” “Malibu,” “Week Without You,” “Inspired,” off the new album Younger Now. Fans loved when she performed her hits like “See You Again” in the country style, and “4×4,” finishing out her set with her smash hit single, “Party In The USA.” She even sang with her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, to his No. 1 hit single “Achy Breaky Heart,” and Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’.” while Billy Ray’s wife, Tish, and Miley’s sister Brandi, and her best friend Lesley watched from side stage.

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Cyrus dressed in her Younger Now attire, which was a black leather suit embellished with sequins, and studs writing out Younger Now on the back, the suit was custom designed by Jeremy Scott and Cyrus can be seen wearing this suit on her new album cover. Fans loved this intimate album release event to celebrate the release of her country-infused pop album, Younger Now. You can see some footage of her singing “Younger Now” at the event below as well as her performing “Achy Breaky Heart” with Billy Ray Cyrus.

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