Dixie Chicks Cover Beyonce, Prince in New York CityThe Dixie Chicks wowed New York with a set that featured hits and unexpected covers.
Dixie Chicks Cover Beyoncé's 'Daddy Lessons'The arrangement stays true to Beyoncé's album version, with Emily Robison and Martie Maguire backing up Natalie Maines.
Dixie Chicks MN State Fair Show Two Pre SaleGet your pre-sale tickets to see the Dixie Chicks at the MN State Fair right here!
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Dixie Chicks MN State Fair Show TwoDixie Chicks are adding a second MN State Fair Grandstand show!
Dixie Chicks Announce U.S. Tour Dates in 2016The Dixie Chicks return to the U.S. for the first time in more than a decade.
Dixie Chicks MN State FairThe Dixie Chicks at the Minnesota State Fair on August 27th!
Dixie Chicks Announce 2016 Reunion Tour DatesDixie Chicks last toured in 2013, while their most recent album, 'Taking the Long Way Home,' was released way back in 2006, and went on to win five Grammy awards, including Album of the Year.
12 Best Country Wedding Songs for Your First DanceBetween decisions about locations, menus and seating arrangements, choosing the right songs for the right moments at your wedding can get overlooked. And one of the most important is the song a couple chooses for their first dance.
Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines Still Not Ready to Make Nice"Just so you know, 12 years ago today, over half of this country had lost their minds and some questioned my knowitallness."
Single Again: Adele - 'Someone Like You'/Dixie Chicks - 'Not Ready to Make Nice'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.
Radio.com Inside Out: The Bluegrass Connection in Contemporary MusicIs 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.