Not only has it been WAAAAYYYY too long since I last posted, it's also been literally a long time since I got a good look at Frederick! I see on my drive through to and from work that quite a few things have changed...most notable to me has been the expansion of the Carroll Creek Linear Park beyond the Delaplaine center. So pretty!
Over the next several weeks I will return here with musings about all the things that seem fresh in Frederick. Most of them are probably old news to you, but they are ... read more
By: Kendall K Tiffany, Community Relations Manager, TransIT Services of Frederick County
As Frederick County residents’ age, movement and mobility around the County may change. To ensure the senior population is mobile, TransIT Services of Frederick County has multiple programs available.
The first program available to seniors in Frederick County is TransIT-plus. TransIT-plus is the County’s curb-to-curb, demand-response service, designated to meet the specialized ... read more
Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder will bring a little bit of bluegrass to the Old Line State Friday night at The Great Frederick Fair when they take the grandstand stage at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $33 reserved track seating, $28 reserved grandstand.
The Bluegrass State native was, literally, raised on bluegrass music. His father, Hobert, gave him his first mandolin when he was 5, at age 6 he played a song with Bill Monroe, at 7 he stole the show when he played during Flatt and Scruggs concert, in ... read more
Texas-born Olivia Lane has had a packed touring schedule, and it continues through the end of the year with an East Coast tour and a West Coast tour. She returns to Frederick (she was at Baker Park July 4, 2015) for In The Street on Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Second Street stage.
Olivia moved to Nashville three years ago from LA and life has been "crazy, exponentially crazy," she said. Touring, opening for country artists including Wynonna Judd, Kip Moore and Randy Houser, working with songwriters ... read more
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