You just never know who might end up onstage at a Taylor Swift concert. The country-turned-pop superstar surprised fans at a show in Los Angeles on Monday (Aug. 24) by bringing Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines out to duet with her on one of the trio's biggest hits, "Goodbye Earl."
The Dixie Chicks thrilled European fans recently by announcing they’d be reuniting and going on tour across the pond, but is it possible the band will take a tour stateside? According to Natalie Maines' Twitter page, it might be in the cards.
The Dixie Chicks released a statement on their Facebook page claiming the West Texas Walk Of Fame is honoring lead Chick, Natalie Maines. Former "Walk of Fame" Inductees include Buddy Holly, Waylon Jennings, and her father, Lloyd Maines.
Miranda Lambert and #TeamBlake contestants Raelynn and Gwen Sebastion absolutely slayed Cowboy Take Me Away at a recent show on the Platinum Tour. What stood out the most to me, though, is when the entire stadium broke out into song. My heart literally melted.
Say what you want (Lord knows Natalie Maines does), but the Dixie Chicks are one of the best bands of-all-time; and may be the best female band ever. Country or not. And everyone loves 'em some Robert Earl Keen. Today the Wall Street Journal posted a new duet from former Dixie Chick, Natalie Maines and Keen, called Wayfaring Stranger.
The Dixie Chicks will return to Canada this fall for their first tour of the country in seven years. The group announced the 2013 Long Time Gone Tour on Monday (Aug. 19). The run includes nine dates between Oct. 26 and Nov. 10.
Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines recently released her first rock solo album, 'Mother.' In a new interview to promote the disc, she reveals that she's more at home in that genre than she ever was in country.
Last night, while enjoying one of my favorite TV shows, "The Voice," contestant Sasha Allen sang the Dixie Chicks hit "Not Ready to Make Nice." I haven't really thought about the Dixie Chicks for a while before she sang, but it immediately reminded me of how much I enjoyed their music, and how much I missed listening to it.
Dixie Chick Emily Robison is resting today after giving birth to her fourth child, a girl, this morning. The singer delivered Violet Isabel Strayer at 3:01AM. A note at the trio’s page on Facebook says both baby and mom are doing well, and father Martin Strayer is happier than ever.
The Dixie Chicks were already flying high following the massive commercial success of their first two major label albums, when the Texas-based trio released their highly-anticipated third record. ‘Home,’ which hit store shelves on August 27, 2002, fell under the Chicks’ label imprint, Wide Open/Columbia Records.
Even as rescue workers continue to battle the wildfires that have raged through Texas throughout September, organizers are putting together a benefit to help pay for some of the more than $250 million worth of damage the fires have left behind.
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