There's a squiggly green line separating you from a world where you'd never know there once was a San Fransisco band called The Great Society, fronted by Grace Slick before . . . you know.
Before big things happened.
And you'd never know, on the other side of the squiggly green line, that the big Jefferson Airplane hit "Somebody to Love" once was "Someone to Love," the B-side of The Great Society's first (and only) single back in 1966.
No, you'd never know that on the far side of the squiggly green line. The squiggly green line is what 3 Chords & the Truth looks like before it gets to your ears -- and into your head.
It's a good thing to be on the right side of the squiggly green line.
It's a good thing to have the Big Show in your head. In your ears, too.
Who knows what surprises and what musical edification lies on the good side of the squiggly green line? Well, there's only one way to find out.
It's 3 Chords & the Truth, y'all. Be there. Aloha.