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CENTRAL CITY, Ky. (7/28/14) — Just over a year ago, four young men from Central City had a dream of making it in the music business.

That dream is now quickly on its way to becoming a reality. The four Muhlenberg County musicians known as Boys Of Broad continue to grow in popularity throughout western Kentucky, Nashville and beyond. Tonight they will take another giant step in gaining more name recognition and fans with their first official music video party. The event will be held at Central City's Cinema 4.

Since forming just over a year ago, Kelsey Hart, Andrew Galyen, Chris Hawkins and Tyler Moore have been on the fast track to fame. Boys Of Broad have already recorded an EP titled "One More Song" available on iTune, Spotify and Googleplay, with a full length album on the way. Just as important in the age of social media, they have rapidly gained thousands of followers on Facebook and Twitter.

Boys Of Broad feature Hart on lead vocals, Galyen on bass guitar, Chris Hawkins on drums and Moore on lead guitar.

The group has opened for Marty Brown, as well as other big names in country music, and have received rave reviews at Nashville's Exit Inn and the Battle for the Big O at Diamond Lake.

Tonight, Monday, July 28, at 7 p.m. Boys of Broad take another step in spreading their music, with their first official music video party. Tickets are just five dollars.

Central City and Greenville are featured throughout the video.

To find out more about tonight's event call (270) 820-8028.

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Paul McRee
SurfKY News
Photos courtesy of Boys Of Broad

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