Pirate's Day 2006
Ken Marotte ~ Captain Marvel
Yes, we went to Pikeville
FTGPB - 2006
The Rupp Arena Event
Arrival of the "Hoodies"
Tiger Band Photo Gallery
(Photographs will be added
during the course of the academic year featuring the Band Scholars, our
Tiger Bands, Friends of our Tiger Bands and Grrr... Excursions)
The Band Gala
April 23-25, 2008
World Premiere ~ Legacy Music
Featured Student Soloist ~ Gavin Sewell
Special Gathering ~ The Gem Alumni
please click on the ...
to see the digital gallery and sub-galleries of this amazing event
The Band Gala - a multi-day affair, planned
for years, prepared for over months - was surely one of the most
delightful offerings in the history of our Tiger Bands, in the
history of Georgetown College. Although pictures may never capture
the spirit and essence of the events, these galleries shall
hopefully serve as a powerful reminder to those present - and give
a hint to those unable to be present, of our Band Gala and the
folks involved. We shall cherish memories of these special days
all pictures have been left "full size" which might take a bit
longer to load than our usual galleries
all pictures of actual Gala events were taken by Jason A.
pictures shall be added, as they are shared by our Band Friends
from across the country who were in attendance
KC 2008 - Micro-Mini Grrr...
as our "Tiger Bands "On the Road" series continued
March 24-25, 2008
Bands had the somewhat unexpected privilege and pleasure of
supporting our Team and our College at the NAIA DI National
Championship Final Four Game on Monday, March 24. It was a thrill
for us to add our special flavor and flair to the proceedings. The
game did not perhaps turn out as we had hoped - but congratulation
to Hap & Co for a remarkable 35-1 season. Please click on the ...
to see a few sights and scenes from this
amazing 36-hour whirlwind, Micro-Mini Grrr... Excursion
Guest Artist Visits
Professor Richard L. Cryder
Friday, February 22
The Band Enthusiasts and our Tiger Bands were very excited to
have a special visitor on Friday in the personage of Professor
Richard L. Cryder. Dick Cryder, widely acclaimed as one of the
leading proponents of the lyric style of trombone playing in the
nation, spent time sharing of his incredible knowledge regarding the
art of brass playing with us. What a privilege and a pleasure it was to have
an artist of this calibre at Tiger Band Central.
Please click on the
to see a mini-gallery of his visit.
Wednesday, December 5
The Band Scholars had the privilege and pleasure of continuing our
cherished relationship with the residents of the Windsor Gardens
Retirement Center as we went over to spread some holiday cheer.
Please click on the
to see some photos of this great afternoon
we spent with these great people.
Fall Anniversary Concert
Monday, November 19
8:00 PM John L. Hill Chapel
Student Soloist ~ Sierra Gooch, Flute
Guest Artist ~ Professor Emeritus Danny Tilford, Organ
Price of Admission ~ Canned Food Offering for AMEN House
Special Guests ~ Windsor Gardens Retirement Center Residents
to see a few photos of the concert
- please click on the
Working Weekend I
October 5 & 6
featuring the Band Scholars in/at ...
2007 Festival of the Horse ~ Colt & Filly Parade
VIP Day Performance
Band Bruncheon I
Pirate's Day IV
to see a
few photos of these events - please click on the
Tiger Band Leadership Event & Barbecue
September 28, 2007
Continuing a Tiger Band tradition that we began in 1999, the Band
Scholars [always on the eve of the home-opener football game] went
out to the East Campus Alpine Challenge Course for the TBLE&B. Over
the years, this experience has proven invaluable to our Tiger Bands.
To see a few photos of the event - please click on the
Bi-Annual Painting & Renovation
September 22, 2007
September 22 - faithful Band Scholars performed the Bi-Annual
Painting & Renovations to BVII. A good time was had by all. To see a
few pictures of the 2007 effort, please click on the
Windsor Gardens ~ Visit One
September 21, 2007
One of the newest offerings of the Tiger Bands is our relationship
with the Windsor Gardens Senior Assisted Living Community. We are
very excited about the stewardship possibilities and potentialities
this holds for the Band Scholars. On Friday, September 21 we made
our first visit to Windsor Gardens - with the FTGPB [aka Fighting
Tiger Grrr... Pep Band] giving a performance for the residents. It
was a glorious afternoon. Each month throughout the academic year,
Band Scholars - either as full ensemble or in Grrr... ettes shall
visit, interact with and work with the residents of Windsor Gardens.
We are very grateful to have this opportunity. To see a few photos
of our first visit - please click on the ...
MGE - 2007
September 14-15, 2007
To kick off our
"TGTBTG" [aka The Good, The Bad ~ The Grrr...] 2007-2008 Performance
Season - the Band Scholars continued our Tiger Bands "On The Road"
series with a delightful weekend jaunt to Tennessee. This was the
20th Grrr... Excursion of the "ME" [aka Modern Era] of our Tiger
Bands - and a great way to start this "new era" of Bands
at Georgetown College. The Band Scholars
were in fine fettle [and the game was pretty successful also ...
Us-63, Them-3 - Grrr...]
To see some photos from the MGE - 2007, please click on the ...
Band Scholars at The Hermitage
Home of President Andrew & Rachel Jackson