Interview of Colonel Michael Masters, the “Host of Kentucky” – Tamar Alexia Fleishman

Michael Masters is a Kentucky Colonel, the highest honor awarded by the Governor of Kentucky for noteworthy accomplishments and community service to Kentucky and the United States.

Colonel Masters is a descendant of a relative of Daniel Boone, who was the first European settler in Kentucky.

After decades as an executive working for national food and beverage companies, he reclaimed roots in Bardstown, a small little historic town where Jesse James hid when on the run, My Old Kentucky Home State Park of Stephen Foster’s ballad fame is located, and where many of the old bourbon distiller families still live.

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