This week the Broadfield Marchers take five for Kentucky. The Broadfield Marchers are a trio from right here in Louisville. They are fronted by Dustin Zdobylak on vocals and guitar, with brother, Mark Zdobylak on bass and Justin Carter on drums. They were with Secretly Canadian on their last album, When the Lifted Connive. This month they release a new album, The Inevitable Continuing, with Rainbow Quartz out of New York. The album is a concentrated 45 minutes, but contains a whopping 19 songs that will satisfy every lover of pop music (check out a few tracks below). You can catch them at the Highlands Tap Room on Oct. 12th. There will also be a CD Release show on October 18th at the Nachbar. Then the guys head to New York for the CMJ Music Festival at the end of the month. Until then, here are their responses (short and to the point, in the vein of their new album):
1. What neighborhood did you grow up in?
Grew up in St.Matthews
2. When did you start playing together? Did you have a different band name?
Band Started in 2000, brothers Dustin and Mark Zdobylak been writing songs together since they were kids though.
3. First show you played in Kentucky (plus any details you remember about it)?
We played the Rudyard Kipling and got to meet the wonderful Ken. So nervous we played loud and at warp speed.
4. First show outside of Kentucky…how did you book it?
Kids fundraiser in a gymnasium in Madison, Indiana. Crowd consisted mostly of 3rd and 4th graders. How’d we book it? Don’t ask! Got paid well though.
5. Favorite Kentucky band?
The Blind Shades.