Country music is a very supportive genre, but that doesn't mean there aren't a few artists who just can't get along. Sometimes it's professional, sometimes it's personal. For country's most well-known feudsters, it was both.
Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines has never been shy about expressing her opinions in public, and she took to Twitter to express her outrage after Sony pulled the plug on Seth Rogen's new movie, 'The Interview.'
The Dixie Chicks have agreed to a couple of rare live appearances, but that doesn't necessarily mean the Texas-based trio are gearing up for a full-fledged album and tour. In a new interview, singer Natalie Maines expresses uncertainty about the future of the Grammy-winning act.
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.
Dixie Chicks star Natalie Maines has never been one to stand quietly in the corner and keep her opinions to herself. The singer's tell-it-like-it-is style was an important part of the Texas-based trio's enormous success, and was also an important element in their undoing. Now the brash singer is at it again, likening the treatment she's received from country music fans to spousal abuse.
It's been quite a while since country music fans have heard new material from the Dixie Chicks, but that isn't going to stop the trio's lead singer Natalie Maines from singing. Maines has finished recording her first solo album, which will hit store shelves and digital retailers this spring.
It was inevitable that on tonight's (Oct. 8) first battle round of Season 3 of 'The Voice,' country coach Blake Shelton would pit two country acts against one another. He did just that with singer Gracia Harrison and the Ohio-based mother-daughter duet 2 Steel Girls, who of course remind us of the Judds.
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