Jacob Lyda’s Debut Single “I’m Doing Alright” Heads To Country Radio

Jacob Lyda’s debut single, “I’m Doing Alright,” has been shipped to country radio and is going for adds.  The contagious debut gives listeners a feel good song just in time for spring.

Showcasing Lyda’s richly textured honky-tonk vocal style, “I’m Doing Alright” was written by Lyda and Paul Overstreet (“Love Can Build A Bridge” “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy” “Forever and Ever Amen”). Roughstock.comsMatt Bjorke gave the single four stars saying, “the melody is sweet and instantly warm, just like Lyda’s vocal… Jacob Lyda seems to have the kind of neo-traditionalist voice that just feels like it was meant to be played all over the radio dial.”  Leslie Armstrong of Nashville Country Club said Lyda’s vocals “could quite possibly be the new country generation’s answer to helping fill the multi-award winning singer/songwriter’s shoes in the future.” 

Originally from a small town in the northeast corner of Alabama, Lyda sings country music like a modern master of the genre, and his songs command your attention in the same way that country classics do. Lyda put it best by saying,“Music chose me. I didn’t choose it.”

Lyda is currently crisscrossing the country on a national radio tour in support of the singer/songwriter’s radio debut. To hear the new single and for more information on Jacob Lyda, visit www.jacoblyda.com.