Twenty years after Billy Ray Cyrus recorded his song dedicated to the troops, "Some Gave All," on the eve of Operation Desert Storm, the multi-platinum singer-songwriter comes full circle in his long and enduring relationship with the U.S. Armed Forces -- with a powerful and patriotic collection of songs titled I'm American.In late 2009, Cyrus visited and performed to US troops touring in Iraq and Afghanistan. Humbled and refreshed by this USO tour, Cyrus returned to the States full of new musical ideas. Inspired by the many stories servicemen and women told him about how the song "Some Gave All" Cyrus decided to re-record the track for a generation of younger troops. Cyrus recorded the track with country stars Jamey Johnson, Darryl Worley and Craig Morgan who are all co-incentally war veterans. A true pop and country music phenomenon since breaking through to the mainstream with Some Gave All, Cyrus has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide, and has had 3 x US no. 1 singles. Over the course of 11 studio albums since 1992, he has earned nearly 30 chart singles, including 15 Top 40 hits. Over the last decade has established himself as a successful actor in TV and film, including lead roles as the title character in the PAX-TV series "Doc" and as Robby Ray Stewart, the father of his daughter Miley Cyrus' fictional character in the smash Disney Channel series "Hannah Montana."