Kentucky Band Dreams Of Performing At CMA Awards

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 11/07/2013 12:43 am

The CMA Awards are one of country music’s biggest nights.

A band performing at Austin City Saloon in Lexington tonight said they hope to one day be in Nashville for those awards.

Alyson Burke and Andrea Gross are part of a band called “Aly'an."

They said watching the CMA Awards makes them realize a rags-to-riches story is possible.

To see their careers to that point, the duo said they see every performance as a chance to grow and perfect their act.

To learn more about Aly'an, visit their website http://alyanmusic.com/.

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