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article imageElizabeth Lyons aired on Sirius XM The Highway's 'On The Horizon'

By Markos Papadatos     Dec 19, 2013 in Entertainment
The good news for country darling Elizabeth Lyons keeps on coming. Her debut single "Everything Tonight" aired on Sirium XM's The Highway's "On The Horizon" this past weekend.
A Chicago native, Lyons released her debut eponymous EP, where she co-wrote all of the songs on there. Fast forward one year later, Lyons has sold over 75,000 songs online.
Digital Journal ranked her latest album as one of the best albums of the year by a female country artist at No. 6.
This summer alone, Lyons drove 10,000 miles to over 50 radio stations to support the single and the music video for her lead-off single "Everything Tonight," directed by Mason Dixon, who produced Jake Owen's "Barefoot Blue Jean Night" and "The One That Got Away," as well as the video for Jana Kramer's "Whiskey”.
The single charted at No. 87 on MediaBase, as well as No. 96 on the MusicRow charts, and it has been played on over 100 stations, averaging 1,000 spins per week.
She has shared the stage with such country artists as Phil Vassar, Thomas Rhett, Cole Swindell, Josh Gracin and others.
Lyons graduated from Vanderbilt University earlier this year and plans to continue to your in the New Year 2014. "I try to live my life by never giving up, trying to bring happiness into people's lives whether it's by randomly hugging someone to make them laugh or by giving them advice when asked," Lyons said in a press statement. "A lot of my friends and fans ask me about boys, relationships, and life, and I love learning about people's stories and taking them and being inspired by them."
To learn more about indie country artist Elizabeth Lyons, visit her website.
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