Three Chords and the Truth New music from Steven Tyler, TC3 and Justin Moore: Kinda like it all

by Sue Guynn. 0 Comments

So when word was out that Steven Tyler was going to release a country album, the skeptical probably thought, "Dream on, Dude!" Now that "We're All Somebody from Somewhere," the title of that project, is out and, yes, it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard country chart, I say, "Country on, Steven! and bring on the cornbread!" I really liked the first single, "Love is Your Name," when it released and the hippy-dippy video. Eric Paslay and Lindsey Lee co-wrote this one, and it really sparks like ... read more

Three Chords and the Truth Joe Nichols: Life is like sunny and 75

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It's always "Sunny and 75" at Joe Nichols' house. The country singer's recent hit is a favorite of his youngest daughter, who often breaks into the "sunny and 75" chorus around the house. Nichols' newest single is "Undone." "It's doing good. I think the initial response from everyone is good," Nichols said in a recent phone interview from Columbus, Ohio, where he was later scheduled to do a show. "And radio likes it. I don't think I can ask for anymore than that." The four-time Grammy ... read more

Three Chords and the Truth LOCASH to headline Rally in the Valley July 30

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Boots broke in, driving a truck across the railroad track, a fresh-cut field with a first frost on, a small town world, a Friday night, the sound of an old dirt road runnin' through my mind, that little white church out on 109 … LOCASH sing about all that in "I Love This Life." You can now add to that list of things for LOCASH that has them loving life: A No. 1 song on the country charts, a second single, "I Know Somebody," climbing the charts, making their national TV debut on the "Today Show," ... read more

Three Chords and the Truth CMT picks up ‘Nashville’

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Now that CMT has picked up "Nashville," the TV show that chronicles the lives, the music and the craziness that is Nashville in the series formerly on ABC, we can look forward to Season 5  of the show … and the music. That's good news for the cast, viewers and, of course, songwriters. "Nashville: Season 4, Volume 2" released in May (on Big Machine Label Group) with 17 songs that are as varied as the cast of "Nashville" and as country music is today — from the rocking "Can't Say No ... read more

Confident Commuter TransIT offers Free Rides on Dump the Pump Day, June 16th

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By: Kendall K Tiffany On Thursday, June 16th, TransIT Services of Frederick County will celebrate the 11th annual National Dump the Pump Day by providing FREE rides on all Connector and shuttle routes. Passengers who take part in Dump the Pump Day will have the possibility of receiving a free TransIT cell phone wallet. More than 7,200 organizations provide public transportation in the U.S. and many of those participate in this yearly event. The day is dedicated to raising awareness that ... read more

Confident Commuter Planning for SafeTrack: A Metro Commuter’s Guide to Alternatives

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By: Kendall K Tiffany With much overdue (necessary) maintenance, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) has created a plan to repair and replace faulty equipment within their Metrorail System.  The plan, SafeTrack, accelerates approximately three years worth of track work into one. WMATA has condensed the plan into 15 “Safety Surges” with the first segment beginning in June of 2016 with the final segment concluding work in late March of 2017. Commuters who currently use ... read more

Three Chords and the Truth Jennifer Nettles lights up some emotion in new album

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Thank you Jennifer Nettles for making me laugh, cry, feel empowered and feel like dancing. "Playing With Fire" released on May 13 and right from the opening title track, I was all in. It's a song about letting loose, "Well, I'm tired of being perfect … I've had my fill of actin' like I should …" I've been, you've been there. Nettles co-wrote 10 of the 12 tracks with songwriters including Brandy Clark, Bill Sherman, Jesse Jo Dillon, Shane McAnally, Lori McKenna, Jennifer Lopez, Julio Reyes ... read more

Three Chords and the Truth New music from Wynonna Judd & The Big Noise

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It's Act III for Wynonna Judd. In the 1980s, she and mother Naomi topped the country music charts as The Judds, ("Love Can Build A Bridge," "Mama He's Crazy," "Young Love," "Why Not Me"), selling more than 20 million records, including 14 No. 1 songs. When the duo broke up due to Naomi's bout of hepatitis C in 1991, Wynonna went on with a solo career. Now, she's got a band, The Big Noise, and her latest album, the first in seven years, has Wynonna singing the electric blues, along with Americana, ... read more

Career Advice Resume Resources

by Lewis Carvel. 0 Comments

Are you using the same resume format repeatedly? Then it's time to exchange that tired resume for a fresh, updated version that will help you stand out and be a shoo-in for the first round of interviews. Below are some tips and resources that will help your resume land in the "keep" pile. 1. Know your audience. Employers look for specific skills and qualifications to fill each vacancy. Therefore, a "one-size-fits-all" approach is sure to result in the instant rejection of your resume. It's a bad ... read more

Confident Commuter Frederick Organizations to Partner for 2016 Bike to Work Day Events

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By: Kendall Klosky Tiffany TransIT Services of Frederick County is excited to partner with the City of Frederick and a variety of other Frederick organizations for Bike to Work Day 2016.  This year’s event will be held during the morning of Friday, May 20th at the Transit Center on East Street in Frederick from 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.  Bike to Work Day is a free regional event promoting alternative transportation, co-sponsored by Commuter Connections and the Washington Area Bicyclists Association ... read more