Softball News Roundup #6

As usual Florida's Kelly Barnhill took care of business with her third complete-game no-hitter of the season in a 6-0 victory over Kentucky Friday evening at Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium. Florida rallied back in the 7th inning Saturday night to defeat Kentucky 3-2 when Kayli Kvistad drove in the game-winning run with her walk-off RBI... Continue Reading →

Stryper releases “Sorry” music video

Chart-topping rock band STRYPER has released the official music video for “Sorry” - the first video from their upcoming 10th studio album, God Damn Evil, due April 20, 2018 from Frontiers Music SRL. Stryper reunited with director Jamie Brown of Smoking Gun Productions for the "Sorry" video, which was shot on location in the open... Continue Reading →

Creative Soul Records Abigail Sloane “Enough” video

Creative Soul Records artist Abigail Sloane has teamed up with for the exclusive World Premiere of her “Enough" music video. The video was directed by revered celebrity photographer Allen Clark. Watch “Enough” Here “This song pushes me to the realization that no matter what happens, good or bad, Christ is enough yesterday, today, and... Continue Reading →

Softball News Roundup #5

Texas State softball team split their games on day one of the Texas A&M Invitational taking down Utah 6-1 before losing to Louisiana Tech 2-0. Then for the second straight day at the Texas A&M Invitational the team split their games defeating Louisiana Tech 6-2 before losing to host team Texas A&M 6-3. Tennessee opened... Continue Reading →

Softball News Roundup #4

In Texas Invitational action Friday junior lefty Brooke Bolinger fired her first career shutout in a 3-0 victory for host team Texas over Michigan. In what was an offense starved game sophomore catcher Taylor Ellsworth supplied all the firepower with her three-run HR in the 3rd inning. In Friday night action Texas took a 4-0... Continue Reading →

Jule Vera new music video for “Bad Company”

OPELIKA, Ala. (Feb. 2018) - Alternative pop outfit Jule Vera releases their music video for "Bad Company" via Weekday Records/Sony Music. The Max Moore-directed video relives childhood fantasies of lighthearted babysitter payback, complete with an escape plan and toy blasters. Jule Vera battles their younger selves as front woman Ansley Newman croons over a head-bobbing... Continue Reading →

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