Trace Cyrus Biography
Birthday: February 24, 1989 (Pisces)
Born In: Ashland, Kentucky, United States
Trace Dempsey Cyrus is an American singer, guitarist and songwriter presently affiliated with the pop band 'Metro Station', which he formed with Mason Musso. This 28-year-old has managed to carve out his own place under the sun, beyond the shadows of his father, Billy Ray, and superstar sister, Miley. Since childhood, he has gravitated towards music, spending his school holidays with Billy Ray, as he toured and performed across the United States. He left 'La Cañada High School' before graduating in 2006 and took a job at a shopping mall in Burbank, California. In the same year, 'Country Music Has the Blues,' a song co-written by Cyrus, was featured in Billy Ray's album 'Wanna Be Your Joe'. He has also collaborated with Miley, and the likes of Stitches, Lancifer, and Zach Van Dyke, and worked on films such as, 'The House Bunny' (2008) and 'Fragments' (2008). Cyrus got his first tattoo at the age of 18—‘Songs of Victory' written over the wings of a bird on his chest—and the collection grew from there. These days almost his entire upper body is filled with tattoos dedicated to Christian iconography and his family, and the collection is ever-expanding.