Back in 2012, Miley Cyrus performed a beautiful cover of “Jolene” as part of her “Backyard Sessions.” Now, Cyrus is bringing this series back to raise money for her new non-profit, the Happy Hippie Foundation, which fights “injustice facing homeless youth, LGBT youth, and other vulnerable populations.”
For her first video, Cyrus teamed with Joan Jett to perform “Different,” from Joan Jett and the Blackhearts’ 2013 album Unvarnished. Check out their performance, which Cyrus posted on Facebook Tuesday:
Cyrus also plans to release collaborations with Ariana Grande, Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace and Melanie Safka.
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