“Just so you know, 12 years ago today, over half of this country had lost their minds and some questioned my knowitallness.”
Radio.com spoke to Dan Wilson about cowriting Dixie Chicks’ 2007 GRAMMY-winning song “Not Ready to Make Nice” and Adele’s “Someone Like You,” which was the best-selling song of 2011.
Is bluegrass hip all over again? If you look at the today’s pop-music landscape, apparently so. In Radio.com’s Inside Out video, Ricky Skaggs, Chris Stapleton and others talk about the influence of bluegrass — and the “O Brother Where Art Thou?” soundtrack — on modern music.
Don’t call “Amelita” a divorce album. For their new album, the country-folk artists (who are two-thirds of the Dixie Chicks) pushed themselves lyrically by inventing a character named Amelita.
The annual Calgary Stampede opens this Friday, but all headlining acts scheduled for the city’s Saddledome have been cancelled due to flood damage.
Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines talks about country music, the backlash after her comments about George W. Bush, and what led to her first solo album, “Mother.”
It’s a funny thing sometimes how quickly times–and musical tastes–can change.
Many country fans are still bitter about the comments that Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines made back in 2003 about then-president George W. Bush.
Are the Dixie Chicks preparing for a comeback? Let the speculation begin, because this summer, the Chicks are regrouping to perform live at two Canadian music festivals. The first show takes place July 7 as part of […]
Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines has recorded a version of a classic Pink Floyd song for an upcoming documentary on the nearly 20-year-long ordeal of the West Memphis Three.