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Make plans to come see KSR on the second leg of the Summer Tour

Photo via MakersMark.com

Photo via MakersMark.com

The second leg of the KSR Summer Tour officially began on Thursday, but it really gets into swing on Monday at the Marker’s Mark Distillery in Loretto. Come on out to hear the show, tour the distillery, or just take in gorgeous scenery. Can’t make it on Monday? Here’s the schedule for the rest of the tour:

8/7 — Loretto — Maker’s Mark Distillery
8/8 — Monticello — Monticello Banking Company
8/9 — Booneville — Sag Hollow Golf Course
8/10 — Flemingsburg — Peoples Bank
8/11 — Pikeville — Bank 253

8/14 — Cynthiana — Maiden City Brewing Company
8/15 — Somerset — Sleep Outfitters
8/16 — Campbellsville — Mr. Gatti’s Pizza
8/17 — Benton — Kennedy’s Fan Shop
8/18 — Madisonville — Watermark Toyota

8/21 — Hopkinsville — Eclipse
8/22 — KY State Fair
8/23 — Northern KY — Dickman’s
8/24 — Richmond — Mann Chrysler
8/25 — KSR Louisville Golf Outing

If you missed today’s show, listen below for a lively debate on the best shooters of the Calipari Era:

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

No, I will not make you a sandwich, but you can follow me on Twitter @MrsTylerKSR or email me.

2 Comments for Make plans to come see KSR on the second leg of the Summer Tour



  1. Reuben Cuban
    6:17 pm August 4, 2017 Permalink

    Loretto – certain Bourbon lover’s Mecca.

    It would be beyond cool if they permitted sampling for the radio hosts with a knowledgeable Maker’s representative (Samuels….Samuels….).

    That’s an Ad that would be priceless. And, hopefully, remembered forever.



  2. runningunnin.454
    6:38 pm August 4, 2017 Permalink

    Just saw Matt on Finebaum; running down Hugh Freeze and Jimmy Swaggart. LOL, he’s going to have half the South mad at him.
    He did have a good answer to Paul’s question about the memorable thing in Europe…he said the Normandy graveyard, and he’s right…very sobering.