Live Talk Entertainment & Nightlife Show To Be At Innisfree Pub In Tuscaloosa, On Campus & At The Tailgate Party; How To Tune In On Facebook
PubClub LIVE, the Internet’s only live talk entertainment and nightlife show, is going on the road for one of the most tradition-packed college football rivalries in South, the game known as the Third Saturday In October.
The team of The Kevbeaux and Soul Cole are traveling from Southern California to Tuscaloosa the weekend of Oct. 17-19 for the Alabama-Tennessee game. They will be broadcasting all weekend from campus, and all around Tuscaloosa landmarks, starting with Innisfee Pub – one of the nation’s top college bars – on Thursday, Oct. 17.
That broadcast will be from 8-9:30 p.m., Central Time. It will contain guests, college students in an Alabama “Roll Tide” frenzy, giveaway prizes from the show’s popular spin wheel and “random grab bag” and the live happenings from this extremely popular University of Alabama watering hole.
All broadcasts are on the show’s Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/PubClubLIVE.
The show seeks to create a College Game Day type of atmosphere for those present and watching on Facebook.
Friday, the team – which also consists of Alabama host Jerry Swindle and photographer Jack Fleming, who is coming to Tuscaloosa from Ohio State territory in Columbus – will be broadcasting from various locations on the University of Alabama campus and perhaps also from the “must do” food place in T-town, Dreamland Ribs.
On Saturday, WiFi signals willing, the show will be going live from the pre-game tailgate party on the Quad and from inside Swindle’s box at Bryant-Denny Stadium. This will start at 4 p.m. Kickoff for Alabama-Tennessee is 8 p.m., Central Time.
“To go back to Alabama and for this game especially is very special to me,” said The Kevbeaux, a native of Knoxville, TN, and also a University of Alabama graduate. “To take PubClub LIVE on the road to a major event on a fun and lively college campus is like a dream come true.”
Soul Cole, a Florida State fan, is anxious to see the Alabama campus and experience a weekend at one of the country’s perennial college football powers. “I am thrilled beyond belief,” he said. “To broadcast from Tuscaloosa is a huge deal for our show and I can’t wait. And to kick off at Innisfree Pub, with all those college students, is going to be an incredible experience for not just us but fans of our show. Innisfree is giving us cool items to put into the random grab bag and it’s going be fun to see what prizes people pull out of it.”
Steeped in tradition dating back to Wallace Wade and Gen. Bob Neyland of the 1930s and Paul “Bear” Bryant’s domination in the ’60s and ’70s, Alabama-Tennessee is a decades-old rivalry that spans generations. To celebrate his first victory over UT, Bryant passed out cigars to the players and coaches and encouraged them to light up, a tradition that continues to this day.