The Chicks' Natalie Maines gave her take on Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic on Monday's episode of "The Howard Stern Show."
The alt-country trio talks divorce, Harvey Weinstein and criticism of their name change.
Following Lady Antebellum’s name change due to “associations that weigh down this word referring to the period of history before the Civil War, which includes slavery,” another famous country trio has apparently shortened its name for similar reasons.
Dixie Chicks fans had waited 14 years for a followup album from the superstar trio. What's another… well, actually, it's uncertain how much longer it'll be, since the impending release of "Gaslighter" has been put off with no postponement date yet announced. A statement from the group's reps said that "their highly anticipated fifth studio […]
The Dixie Chicks gave an interview to "CBS Sunday Morning" about their comeback.
The trio is back with their first album in 14 years — "Gaslighter" — and they discuss how the country music industry “turned” on them for Natalie Maines’s 2003 anti-George W. Bush comments.
Dixie Chicks return to music with a new song and video called 'Gaslighter.' They also revealed the release date for their highly anticipated album.
Taylor Swift opens up about the difficult decision to make her political beliefs public, and how she's dealing with her mother's health.
Meghan McCain says it's time to "move on" from the Dixie Chicks' 2003 controversial comments slamming the war in Iraq and President George W. Bush.
The celebrated Grammy winner took a jab at Alabama lawmakers after they passed a near-total abortion ban.
Former fans of the country superstar are now comparing him to the Dixie Chicks, who were shunned by many fans after their comment about the Iraq war.
The 50th annual CMA Awards was a massive celebration of country music, its history, and a little bit of its future. The show kicked off with musical medley that included country legends Buck Owens, Dwight Yoakam, Randy Travis, and many more. Throughout the night, other country superstars like Alan Jackson, George Strait, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, and the good ol’ Oak Ridge Boys sang some of country’s classic hits.
The 50th annual Country Music Association Awards certainly did not pull any punches in terms of wowing its audience — the show, from its very first minutes, delivered a stunning range of hits and artists that built the powerhouse genre over a full half century. How to beat the show’s already huge wash of performances from standouts spanning 50 years of country music? Turns out, it took a queen to do the job — Queen Beyoncé, to be exact.