Mitchel Musso Plays Revolution Live on September 19

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Now Hannah Montana's minions are striking out on their own. Mitchel Musso, best known as Oliver on the Hannah Montana sitcom courtesy of Disney, is hitting the road with a head full of songs and an itching, burning need to sing them to you and your children. Having just released his self titled album on June 2 of this year, Musso's voice is primed to be ringing in your ears for months to come, provided you: a) have children or b) are very creepy. Hit the jump if you'd like a sample of what's to come, or just go to Ticketmaster to pick up your tickets for the show at Revolution Live.

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