Natalie Maines is at it again. The ever-outspoken Dixie Chicks singer turned to social media early Tuesday morning (April 4) to lecture President Donald Trump about what she perceives as his moral failings as a leader.
International Women’s Day is an opportunity to celebrate women everywhere and their accomplishments, whether they inspired a nation or just one person, and country stars came together March 8 to tribute women in all kinds of ways in their social media feeds.
The Dixie Chicks are back on the road together for the first time in years, and they used their platform to pay tribute to one of the greats last week with their cover of Prince’s "Nothing Compares 2 U."
The Dixie Chicks are coming. After a ten year absence, the Chicks are returning to the road for a U.S tour, that includes a stop in Central New York. Natalie Maines, Emily Robison and Marty McGuire announced the DCX MMXCI World tour on social media...
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.
Can you believe it was ten years ago The Dixie Chicks downhill slide began. They were on top of the world, winning awards, selling out concerts and making great music. Then it all changed on a London stage when Natalie Maines opened her mouth to bash President Bush.
The Dixie Chicks and Nashville songwriter Stephony Smith should be looking forward to some nice royalty checks from the 1999 song 'Sin Wagon.' Never released as an official single, the song has gone on to be a long-term career song for the Chicks, and two different groups performed the tra…