Adding to her ever-growing list of collaborations and rock songs, Miley Cyrus delivered a stellar performance during Saturday night’s NCAA men’s final four concert.

The 28-year-old Tennessee-native took the stage at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis to perform some classic rock n’ roll hits for an audience of socially-distanced frontline workers. Dressed in a black vest, trousers and a pair of lace-up vinyl boots, Billy Ray’s daughter covered such vintage hits as Queen‘s “We Will Rock You” and “Don’t Stop Me Now,” Stevie Nicks‘ “Edge of Seventeen,” and Blondie‘s “Heart of Glass” along with some of her own hits, such as “Wrecking Ball.”

The former Hanna Montana also shared behind-the-scenes footage on social media, including one video of her soundcheck performance of “Don’t Stop Me Now” and Cyrus posed for a mirror selfie while dressed in her show outfit.

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