Tennis

With the Doubles Win, Jack Sock And Steve Johnson Advance Team USA To The Davis Cup Quarters

Americans Jack Sock and Steve Johnson won their doubles match in three sets Saturday, sending the United States to the Davis Cup quarterfinals with a 3-0 victory over Switzerland. Sock and Johnson were the bronze medalists in men’s doubles at the Rio Olympics. The American duo beat Henri Laaksonen and Adrien Bossel 7-6 (3), 6-3, 7-6 … Continue reading

Tennis

Jack Sock, John Isner Win Davis Cup First-Round (vs Switzerland)

It happened in Birmingham, Alabama. And during Black History Month, no less. American exceptionalism knows no color lines. Jack Sock and John Isner, of the United States, swept Friday’s singles matches in a first-round Davis Cup tie against Switzerland. Sock, currently ranked number 20 in the world, defeated 146th-ranked Marco Chiudinellli 6-4, 6-3, 6-1 in the … Continue reading

Music

New Roots: Beth Garner — ‘Snake Farm’

Beth Garner — ‘Snake Farm’ (Release date: 2/24/17) Don’t let the title scare you away; this album is a very good time. Nashville-based roots singer/guitarist Beth Garner’s new album, Snake Farm, features mostly original songs written or co-written by Garner, with the exception of the title track, authored by Texas country legend Ray Wylie Hubbard. It’s great … Continue reading

Music

Travis Tritt Catches ‘Falcons Fever’

Multi-award winning artist and country music hit-maker Travis Tritt celebrates the Atlanta Falcons and their recent advancement to Super Bowl LI with his energetic sports anthem “Falcons Fever,” dedicated to his home team. “Growing up in Marietta, GA, I have been a lifelong Falcons fan,” said Tritt. “Obviously, I am thrilled that my home team is going to the Super Bowl this year. I … Continue reading