The biggest names in the Cyrus household might still be Billy Ray and Miley, but the Disney starlet’s half-brother wants to change all that....

The biggest names in the Cyrus household might still be Billy Ray and Miley, but the Disney starlet’s half-brother wants to change all that. After touring this summer with Good Charlotte and Boys Like Girls, Trace Cyrus’s band Metro Station will launch a 33-date headlining tour of the U.S. this fall.

Metro Station’s headlining gigs kick off October 15 in Nashville, TN, and wrap November 29 in Anaheim, CA. The LA-based quartet is touring behind their 2007 self-titled debut, which has experienced a recent boom in sales coinciding with the release of their 2008 single “Shake It.” The song was recently RIAA-certified Platinum on July 29.

Trace Cyrus first met fellow vocalist/guitarist Mason Musso on the set of “Hannah Montana,” in which Musso’s brother Mitchel appears with Trace’s younger sister Miley Cyrus. Blake Healy (bass) and Anthony Improgo (drums) round out the Metro Station lineup.

The band is currently opening for Boys Like Girls and Good Charlotte’s Soundtrack of Your Summer Tour along with The Maine. Before beginning their headlining tour, Metro Station will open on 11 dates of Simple Plan’s Canadian tour, from August 25 through September 13.

Metro Station itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

August 25Chicoutimi, QCCentre Georges-Vezina *
August 26Montreal, QCBell Centre *
August 28Ottawa, ONScotiabank Place *
August 29Toronto, ONThe Molson Amphitheatre *
August 30London, ONThe John Labatt Centre *
September 3Vancouver, BCPacific Coliseum *
September 5Edmonton, ABRexall Place *
September 6Calgary, ABPengrowth Saddledome *
September 8Saskatoon, SKCredit Union Centre *
September 9Winnipeg, MBMTS Centre *
September 13Montreal, QCBell Centre *
October 15Nashville, TNRocketown
October 17Sauget, ILPop’s
October 18Las Vegas, NVDesert Breeze Skate Park
October 19Milwaukee, WIThe Rave Eagles Club
October 20Minneapolis, MNEpic Center
October 22Cleveland, OHHouse Of Blues
October 24Chicago, ILHouse Of Blues
October 25Pontiac, MIClutch Cargo’s
October 28Foxboro, MAShowcase Live!
October 29New York, NYNokia Theatre Times Square
October 30Sayreville, NJStarland Ballroom
October 31Baltimore, MDSonar
November 2Philadelphia, PAElectric Factory
November 4North Myrtle Beach, SCHouse Of Blues
November 5Jacksonville, FLPlush
November 6St. Petersburg, FLJannus Landing
November 7Fort Lauderdale, FLRevolution
November 8Lake Buena Vista, FLHouse Of Blues
November 9Atlanta, GAThe Masquerade
November 11Houston, TXHouse Of Blues
November 12Dallas, TXHouse Of Blues
November 13Austin, TXLa Zona Rosa
November 15Omaha, NESokol Auditorium / Underground
November 16Englewood, COGothic Theatre
November 18Salt Lake City, UTIn The Venue
November 20Seattle, WAShowbox SoDo
November 21Portland, ORRoseland Theater
November 22San Francisco, CAWarfield Theatre
November 23Chico, CASenator Theatre
November 25Tucson, AZRialto Theatre
November 26San Diego, CASOMA San Diego
November 28Los Angeles, CAClub Nokia L.A. Live
November 29Anaheim, CAGrove Of Anaheim

* with Simple Plan

Last Updated on August 20, 2008 by By Allison Reitz