Category Archives: Kentucky Entertainment

Corey Jones is Missing Dad on Game Day – Song and Video

Kentucky basketball is more than just basketball, it’s a family affair. Our earliest memories are often centered around Cawood, the TV and Tom Leach listening and watching the Cats.

Corey Jones had this song come to him today about his dad. It covers some good memories he had from driving with his dad to watching the Cats.

Make sure to listen to the opening, a heartfelt story. Well done Corey.

Here is “This One’s for You”

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Kentucky Practice Before Sweet 16 in CATlanta – VIDEO

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Sister Jean is the Star of March Madness

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2018 March Madness Kentucky HYPE VIDEO

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Cat Bird Society Releases Exclusive Kentucky Print, “Game Over”

The Cat Bird Society is calling all Cat fans to reserve this limited edition print entitled, “Game Over”.

The Kentucky artist, Rex Robinson, has an illustrious resume which includes having his works in over 60 solo exhibitions. Rex has conducted a dozen years of residency for the Kentucky Arts Council and continues programs at his recently opened Rex Robinson Visual Art Center located in Owensboro, Kentucky.

“Game Over” is a stunning representation of Wildcat superiority via acrylic on canvas. The Cat Bird Society is now offering a limited edition giclee print of this striking masterpiece.

Ownership of this remarkable piece includes pre-emptive rights to the second and final painting of the series entitled “Death of a Devil.”

The artist has completed hundreds of original paintings and sculptures in ongoing portfolios of Kentucky, Bluegrass, Southeast, and now Western subjects.

The voice of the Wildcats, Tom Leach did a fantastic job doing the narration for the video.

Watch the video below and make sure to visit www.catbirdsociety.com to reserve your print today!

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Boise or Bust! Cats Leave Lexington – VIDEO

Click on the shirt below to get this exclusive “Time for 9” t-shirt

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Kentucky 77, Tennesee 72 SEC Chamionship HIGHLIGHTS

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Kentucky 86 – Alabama 63 – HIGHLIGHTS w/Tom Leach & Mike Pratt

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1978 Championship Reunion Press Conference – MUST SEE

The 1978 National Champions, Kentucky Wildcats, will be honored at Rupp Arena Saturday night when the Cats take on Missouri.

(image provided by Kentucky Basketball)

The following video is a must see for all Cats of all ages. Great stories and great emotions from these legends. #LaFamila #BBN

Get your DVD copy of the 1978 Title game when the Cats beat Duke by clicking on the image below.

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Louisville 2013 Championship Banner Removal Ceremony

Exclusive Footage of the 2013 University of Louisville

Banner Removal at the Yum! Center 😉

UL now has just 2 titles in history. We have exclusive footage of the banner being removed from the Yum! Center below.

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Rick Pitino now only has 1 title in his career, and that was during his tenure at Kentucky. Making 8 >2 once again.

Louisville is the first program in the history of college basketball to have a title vacated.

Of course, when it’s actually removed, I doubt we will have a chance to see this historical moment of justice.

Here are some exclusive items to commemorate this historical moment in college basketball history.

Just click on the image to get yours.

 

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