28-year-old singer Miley Cyrus performed live for NPR at the Tiny Desk concert series on January 28th. All the Smilers were attentive at noon to see her favorite artist perform the songs from her last album Plastic Hearts. Scroll down to find out what the fans' reaction was to Miley's concert.
In fact, this new form of promotion that artists have had to put into practice, by force, due to the pandemic, has allowed fans to see their idols more often and in shows from all over the world, at least in a virtual way.
Miley Cyrus is a great fan of live performances, and during 2020 she did not stop giving concerts (without an audience) despite the confinement.
In addition, she has been very focused on creating new music, and in November she surprised everyone with the release of an album entirely dedicated to rock and roll and with incredible collaborations from Billy Idol, Joan Jett, and Dua Lipa.
As part of the promotion of the album that made the former Hannah Montana the number one rock artist in her country, she appeared on National Public Radio to give a Tiny Desk concert, in this case, a Tiny Room concert.
The 28-year-old artist appeared on January 28 at noon from a small bedroom to present part of her repertoire.
To the fans' surprise, the pre-recorded concert was extremely short. Apparently, the Smilers expected her to sing all the tracks from her album Plastic Hearts.
But Cyrus left everyone wanting more.
The singer started with "Golden G String" which does belong to PH and followed with a beautiful version of "Fade Into You" by Mazzy Star.
To close the tiny show, Miley came out of the little box where she was to reveal the musicians who accompanied her in this presentation and began to sing "Prisoner", the song that she created with the British Dua Lipa.
11 minutes and coins, was how long Miley Cyrus' concert lasted and although the fans loved her performance, they were eager to hear more from Plastic Hearts.
Watch Miley's full performance below
Do not suffer, you will have a new opportunity to see her live for 45 minutes on February 7th, when she shows up at TikTok's Tailgate for the Super Bowl.
Surely that concert is going to be incredible since it will be the first to have a real audience of about 7,500 people who will be health workers previously vaccinated from Tampa, Florida, and from other parts of the country.
Can't wait to see that!