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(some Band Scholars in front of the Hermitage - home of President Andrew Jackson - on a 2003 Grrr... Excursion)


The Valvoline Event
( FTGPB X in the Fall of 2002 - yes we believe in "Play for Pay")


FTGPB IX
(Post-Game Rally at Christie's in Savannah, TN after Bill and the Boys won their 2nd National Championship)

 

2004-2005
Tiger Band Photo Gallery

(Photographs will be added during the course of the academic year featuring the Band Scholars, our Tiger Bands, Visiting Alumni Band Scholars, Friends of our Tiger Bands and Grrr...Excursions)

Tiger Bands On The Road Series
Grrr... Excursion KCII - 2005
(sights and scenes from our amazing KCII - 2005 jaunt)

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Mini-Digital Gallery
(sights and scenes from the 2005 MSC Tournament ~ Frankfort, KY)

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Special Friends & Guests Visit Tiger Band Central
On Wednesday, February 23rd - we had the distinct privilege and pleasure to to have a "TMF" [aka Trombone Mini-Fest] as we welcomed Professor Richard L. Cryder [Birmingham, AL], Dr. Chris Hayes [Athens, OH] and Tiger Band Gem Alumnus, Mr. Jason Reinhardt [Cincinnati, OH] to Tiger Band Land. To see some photos of this "gathering" please click on the Grrr...

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for a few scenes from ILD II [aka I Love Donnie - Take Two] which took place on Thursday, February 17th in Alumni Gymnasium - please click on the Grrr...

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final score - Georgetown = 75; Cumberland = 61
we were smiling - but Donnie was not - our Lady Tigers also won


The Band Scholars pictured above were selected to participate in the prestigious 2005 Kentucky Intercollegiate Band - which shall rehearse and perform at the 2005 KMEA In-Service Conference. Clinician - Dr. Frank Wickes, Director of Bands at LSU. Concert - 8:00 PM, Thursday February 3rd in the Whitney Hall of the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts.
Digital Gallery III
(sights and scenes from three of our amazing late-fall events - Have Supper with the Band, the Fall Anniversary Concert and Turkey Bowl VI)

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Another Visiting Gem Alumni Band Scholar

Kevin-Wayne Brown and his wife Dawn
Few Band Scholars have more positively impacted our Tiger Bands than Kevin-Wayne Brown. It was a delight when on Homecoming Weekend, he and his beautiful wife Dawn visited Band Central. Kevin is a National Sales Analyst for Graybar Electric and Dawn is a teacher in the Simon-Kenton School District.
Visiting Gem Alumni Band Scholars

Deanna Green & Kristy Wade (nee Williamson)
few greater joys do we have than when Alumni Band Scholars visit - on Monday, October 11th - two of the three old "Nap Crew" [class of 2000] stopped by [Laura Gail was unavailable]. "DG" [now Dr. Green] is currently doing her residency at John Hopkins Medical Institute in Baltimore - Kristy is an Information Tech Specialist for Webasto.
Digital Gallery II
(sights and scenes from our participation in the annual Festival of the Horse Parade - featuring Humble but Homey XII)

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Digital Gallery I
(sights and scenes from Game I, the TBLE&B and Game II)

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