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Say farewell to Alan Cutler on tomorrow’s KSR

Matt Jones is passing the microphone to Alan Cutler for Friday morning’s KSR radio show. Cutler, who will retire after this year’s Kentucky Derby, and Ryan Lemond will spend two hours reminiscing on Cutler’s long career at WLEX in Lexington, in which he covered UK sports for 30 years. With Ryan’s help, he will share plenty of untold stories from covering the Cats, including what it was like to chase down Billy Gillispie, and much more.

It should make for a very entertaining show and we are very excited about. Ryan and Cutler worked together for several years, traveling all over the country to follow UK, and we’ll hear all about it as Cutler’s career comes to a close.

Tune in. It’s going to be good.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

2 Comments for Say farewell to Alan Cutler on tomorrow’s KSR



  1. JVice
    5:46 pm March 29, 2018 Permalink

    About damn time.



  2. Bull Filmer
    8:52 pm March 29, 2018 Permalink

    Holy Moses I have been removed
    I have seen the spectre he has been here too
    Distant cousin from down the line
    Brand of people who ain’t my kind
    Holy Moses I have been removed
    Holy Moses I have been deceived
    Now the wind has changed direction and I’ll have to leave
    Won’t you please excuse my frankness but it’s not my cup of tea
    Holy Moses I have been deceived
    I’m going back to the border
    Where my affairs, my affairs ain’t abused
    I can’t take any more bad water
    Been poisoned from my head down to my shoes
    Holy Moses I have been deceived
    Holy Moses let us live in peace
    Let us strive to find a way to make all hatred cease
    There’s a man over there
    What’s his colour I don’t care
    He’s my brother let us live in peace
    He’s my brother let us live in peace
    He’s my brother let us live in peace

    Songwriters: Bernie Taupin / Elton John