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.
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 have agreed to a couple of rare live appearances this summer, 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.
Country superstars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will join Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines, Emmylou Harris and an all-star cast of music's brightest for a salute to Bruce Springsteen at the upcoming MusiCares gala on Feb. 8 in Los Angeles. The official charity of the Recording Academy has named the blue-collar rocker their Person of the Year.
That old saying, “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all” must have fallen on deaf ears at the Natalie Maines household. The Dixie Chicks vocalist rode a storm of criticism on her own Twitter page after cracking a joke at Jason Aldean‘s expense during the 2012 Grammy Awards on Sunday night.
If you're a fan of the Dixie Chicks and Natalie Maines, you'll be happy to know she's back. Sort of. After almost 5 years since recording any new music, Maines is getting back behind the mike. She sings "God Only Knows," an old Beach Boys song, for the HBO series Big Love. The song will play during the shows finale this Sunday March 20th.
If you don't want to wait that long to hear