Doyle was born in the state of West Virginia. At the age of four, he learned instrumental skills from family members and friends which now allow him to play a variety of instruments. By the age of 15, Doyle appeared on the “Nashville Star Seek.” Five years later, he moved to Hendersonville, Tennessee where he continued to play music while working a full-time job. Upon returning to West Virginia a few years later, Doyle accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior. It was then that he began playing and writing country gospel music. After playing lead guitar with his family and recording three albums, Doyle began his solo music ministry in Virginia where he resides with his wife, Kathryn.
Doyle’s music allows him to not only minister musically, but also share his testimony in different venues. His first solo album, High Above It All, was released in June 2010 and includes four songs he wrote. The album demonstrates his versatility in playing a variety of instruments as he played most of his back-up music.
Ndure, Doyle's second solo album, was released in August 2012. He chose this title because the theme of many of the songs is endurance. During more recent trials in his spiritual journey, Doyle learned that God may not always take away trials, but He will walk with us through them. Doyle's prayer is that as circumstances arise in your own life, these songs, along with God's assistance, may serve as a way for you to cope with such difficulties.