Christopher Victorio/WireImage for Kaaboo Del Mar via imageSPACE; Bryan AdamsVeteran pop-country star Billy Ray Cyrus has tapped the talents of some big-name rockers for his latest studio album, Set the Record Straight, which will be released on November 10.

Among the artists contributing to the “Achy Breaky Heart” singer’s disc: Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry, Bryan Adams and ex-Deep Purple bassist Glenn Hughes.

Perry is featured on a cover of “Tulsa Time,” a song written by Danny Flowers that was a #1 country hit for Don Williams in 1979. Adams and Hughes appear on a rendition of “Hey Elvis,” a tune co-written by Bryan that previously was recorded by Billy Ray for his 2000 album, Southern Rain.

Set the Record Straight also features a song called “The Freebird Fell,” which Cyrus says he wrote and recorded as “a special tribute to one of my greatest influences of all time — Ronnie Van Zant and the members of Lynyrd Skynyrd,” coinciding with “the 40-year anniversary of that tragic [plane] crash that impacted me and so many others fans around the world.”

Other collaborators who are featured on various tracks include Cyrus’ pop star daughter Miley, and country legends Loretta Lynn and George Jones. Set the Record Straight can be pre-ordered now and is available on CD and as a digital download.

Here the album’s full track list:

“Tulsa Time” — featuring Joe Perry
“I Wanna Be Your Joe” (New Mix)
“Achy Breaky Heart” — featuring Ronnie Milsap on piano (Muscle Shoals Mix)
“You Good”
“I Want My Mullet Back”
“Country Music Has the Blues” — featuring George Jones & Loretta Lynn
“Thin Line” — featuring Shelby Lynne
“Hey Elvis — featuring Bryan Adams & Glenn Hughes
“I Wouldn’t Be Me”
“Stand” — featuring Miley Cyrus
“Hey Daddy”
“The Free Bird Fell”
“Achy Breaky Heart 25” (Spanglish) — featuring Jencarlos Canela
“Tulsa Time” (Rokman Remix)
“Worry”

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