Country singer Billy Ray Cyrus covered this twice for his 2017 Set The Record Straight
album. His first version features his daughter Noah Cyrus and Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry. The "Achy Breaky Heart
" star joked that he didn't even need to be on the recording.
"This is Noah Cyrus with the legend, the rock 'n' roll premiere guitarist of the world, Joe Perry. It's Noah and Joe Perry together, and it is blistering," Cyrus boasted to The Boot
. "I hate to say it, but, boy, I got something really special here, man. Noah and Joe Perry. They don't even need me - like, I don't even need to be in the mix ... I just use myself as a little bit of humor in the background."
The second interpretation titled "Tulsa Time (Rokman Remix)" is a dance version, which again features Noah Cyrus. In fact, Billy Ray credits his daughter with pushing for the dance remix to be included on Set The Record Straight
. He explained:
"My hat's off again to Noah. She was the one that hung in there with it and said, 'Dad, I just love that dance mix of 'Tulsa Time.' She ... was locked into performing it with me on the record before the legend Don Williams passed away, and the day that he passed away, Noah sent me a text that said, 'Daddy, I'm so sorry about your friend... We have to do ["Tulsa Time"] in his honor,' and here we are."