2013 was a great year for Muhlenberg County-based country band Boys of Broad.  They formed in July of last year, quickly earned a spot in the finals of WBKR's Battle for the Big O talent competition and began work on their first CD.  Now, 2014 is shaping up to be an even bigger year for the Boys.  Their EP, One More Song, has officially hit the streets and online retailers!

Boys of Broad teamed with producer Curt Ryle to produce their first disc.  Ryle is no stranger to country music and no stranger to Nashville. He has worked with some of the biggest names in the business: Taylor Swift, Justin Moore and Billy Cyrus.  And now his resume includes Muhlenberg County's Boys of Broad.  Yep!  These guys are keeping some pretty good company.

The Boys of Broad are a group of five good ole boys born and raised in Muhlenberg.  The band is comprised of Kelsey Hart (lead singer), Colton Bowling (rhythm guitar player), Andrew Galyen (bassist), Chris Hawkins (drummer) and Tyler Moore (lead guitarist). And, in many ways, One More Song is really their story told in music.

There are four songs on the EP: Whisky Wink, the autobiographical One More Song, I Do, and Climb On Up.  You can download the CD now at iTunes, the Google Play Store, Amazon.com and other online retailers.

And we invite you to come check the Boys of Broad out at our annual St. Jude concert fundraiser, Denim & Diamonds.  The show is 7pm, Friday, January 31st at The Empress Theatre (formerly Goldie's) in downtown Owensboro.  The Boys will serve as our house band for that event and help us raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis.  And trust us, we know Boys of Broad put on one heckuva live show.  They were incredible last September when they headlined our Six Pack concert series at Diamond Lake.

Tickets for Denim & Diamonds are on sale now for just $10 per person.  To get yours, CLICK HERE!  And, remember, all ticket proceeds benefit St. Jude- Finding Cures, Saving Children.

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to see Boys of Broad play live.  And don't miss out on their first EP, One More Song.

2014 looks promising for the Boys.  Here at WBKR, we anticipate more than one more song.  We expect many.