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IU had started the 1993-94 season with a surprising loss at Butler. Meanwhile, Rick Pitino had fully resuscitated the Cats and had them ranked #1 for the schools' annual showdown. 40,000+ fans packed the RCA Dome for this early season matchup.
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IU play-by-play commentator Don Fischer narrates the last few seconds of the dramatic IU Kentucky game.
Label: County Records – 539 Format: Vinyl Country: US Released: 1974 Song List: A1 - Under The Old Hickory Tree A2 - I Walk Alone A3 - Little Liza Jane A4 - I've Made A Convenant With The Lord A5 - Down In Caroline A6 - Bile Them Cabbage Down A7 - Seven More Days A8 - Walk That Long Lonesome Road B1 - That's The Love I Have For You B2 - I Know You'll Understand B3 - Don't You Let My Ramblin' Bother Your Mind B4 - Sourwood Mountain B5 - An Empty Manson B6 - Two Little Sweethearts B7 - You've Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone B8 - It's Grand And Glorious Feeling Musicians: ・Charlie Monroe (Guitar, Vocals) ・Paul Prince (Fiddle) ・Tex Isley (E. Guitar) ・Lester Flatt (Mandolin, Vocals) ・Gladys Flatt (Guitar, Vocals) ・Helen Osborne (Banjo, Vocals) ・Birch Monroe (Bass, Vocals)
A performance of the Dutch bluegrass and country group Kentucky Mountaineers at the Belgian national radio station BRT around 1970. #1 Marine Hymn (contrary to what the DJ says) #2 Smoke Along the Track #3 Lonesome Pine Breakdown (contrary to what the DJ says) #4 I Marked the Spot Herman van der Vlag – gitaar, mandoline, autoharp Henk Abrahams – banjo, slide gitaar Toon Oomens – basgitaar, harmony vocals Rini Schilders – zang, gitaar
Senator Mitch McConnell called into the show to talk about his upcoming election.
Thousands of fans go to Kentucky Sports Radio to get their daily dose of the big blue buzz. Jennifer Palumbo goes behind the scenes with creator Matt Jones to find out what makes it tick and why it ticks off so many people.
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Pardon My Take - Adam Morrison And Matt Jones From Kentucky Sports Radio =================================================================================== Thursday Night Football is back but your fantasy team is dead because Alvin Kamara got hurt. Week 14 preview and locks of the week. Fantasy Fuccbois. Former NBA Player and Gonzaga star Adam Morrison joins the show to catch up on his non existent apocalypse bunker, Gonzaga basketball, and the new Rage Against The Machine side project. Matt Jones from Kentucky Sports Radio joins us to talk about Coach Cal being on the hot seat, how Kentucky basketball will fare this season, and of course, Rick Pitino. Segments include stay woke for Rafael Palmiero, Trouble in Paradise for the Cleveland Browns, Protect The Shield for Goodell's new contrac...
On tonight's episode of the Hey Kentucky Casting Call! We meet "Radio Ron," a Renaissance man with a wonderful singing voice and winner of over 500 medals at the Kentucky Senior games. Follow this link for the full episode: http://bit.ly/2uQ565O
Wheeler Walker Jr. performs, "Summers in Kentucky," in-studio. Subscribe to OpieRadio - http://bit.ly/OpieRadioYouTube Website - http://www.opieradio.com Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/OpieRadio SiriusXM - http://www.siriusxm.com/theopie&anthonychannel Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/opieradiofans Google+ - https://plus.google.com/103868778080957140985/ Instagram - http://instagram.com/opieradio
For 39 years, Cawood Ledford (April 24, 1926 – September 5, 2001) was a radio play-by-play announcer for the University of Kentucky basketball team. Ledford's style and professionalism endeared himself to many sports fans in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and he remains among the most popular sports figures in the state. His last game as an announcer was in 1992, when Kentucky fell to Duke 104-103 in overtime in the NCAA East Regional Final, widely considered to be the greatest college basketball game ever played. In a gesture of appreciation, Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski walked to the broadcast area immediately after the game's conclusion and congratulated Ledford on his career. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cawood_Ledford https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Shot_(Duke–Kentucky)