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article imageCountry singer Elizabeth Lyons raises money for a good cause

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 17, 2013 in Entertainment
Country singer Elizabeth Lyons joined WDKN-AM and she helped raise $40,575 for Dickson County Help Center on August 23 in Dickson, Tennessee.
The country songstress co-hosted on air for an hour during the 'Hope-A-Thon' which raised $40,575. The Dickson County Help Center is a non-profit corporation that provides aid in the form of food, clothing, prescribed medication, temporary shelter and limited financial assistance to the citizens of Dickson County on an emergency basis.
An independent new country artist, Lyons released her eponymous EP on November 11, 2012 and she co-wrote all six songs on there. It was a commercial success, charting at No. 42 on the national country album iTunes chart within the first 24 hours and it remained in the top 200 that entire week.
Almost one month later, her EP debuted in the Top 10 on Billboard's Heatseekers East North Central chart and Lyons has sold over 70,000 downloads of her songs on iTunes thus far.
Lyons is touring throughout the year in support of her latest single "Everything Tonight," whose music video was directed by Mason Dixon, who has also directed music videos for such country artists as Jake Owen and Jana Kramer. She co-penned the single with her producer Matt Nolen and Ryan Tyndell, a Grammy-nominated songwriter.
To learn more about country songbird Elizabeth Lyons, check out her official website.
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