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1998 CMAs Best New Artist Winner Dixie Chicks News

What Makes Eminem's Anti-Trump Rap Different

New York Times
In 2003, the chart-topping Dixie Chicks criticized George W. Bush at a concert: The band's lead singer Natalie Maines said they were “ashamed the president of the United States is from Texas.” They got crushed for it — their No. 1 single at the time ...

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Texas Singer Songwriter Susan Gibson On Penning Dixie Chicks Hit & New EP 'Remember Who You Are' (INTERVIEW)

Glide Magazine
Lead track “Good News” will resonate well with a significant portion of the population that understandably wants to avoid all things politics and mass media after the tumultuous events of the last couple of years. (“Stare into the nightmare rectangle ...

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The 'Dixie Chick-ed' threat: NRA ties to country music so deep artists fear urging gun controls even after Vegas

The Japan Times
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – When singer Meghan Linsey first started her country duo Steel Magnolia, a partnership with the National Rifle Association was suggested as a way to grow their audience. The proposal, which she refused, was a commonplace ...


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Dixie Chicks and the Boycott Boys

Asheboro Courier Tribune
A tear rolled down the 80-year-old cheek of Susannah Johnstone as she pulled her shawl tighter and shivered. A squad of armed Redcoats marched past her drafty (and very cold) Boston home. How she'd dearly love a cup of that magnificent Ceylon tea.

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