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About Dixie Chicks
Originally imagined as a bluegrass band with a Western slant, the Dixie Chicks turned into so much more. Sisters Martie (fiddle) and Emily (banjo) Erwin first formed the group with bassist Laura Lynch and guitarist Robin Lynn Macy when they finished high school in 1989.
The Dixie Chicks took their name from the Little Feat “Dixie Chicken” song and their style from Dale Evans, going so far as to honor her with their Thank Heavens for Dale Evans release in 1990.
A couple of more albums – 1992's Little Ol' Cowgirl and 1993's Shouldn't a Told You That – managed to earn them a deal with Sony Music's Monument label, but it also left the Erwin sisters without collaborators as both Macy and Lynch departed at various times.
In their stead, a 21-year-old Natalie Maines was recruited to round out a new sound and a more contemporary style in time for Wide Open Spaces in 1998. The lead cut, "I Can Love You Better," broke into the Top 10 on the country charts while "There's Your Trouble" and the album's title track hit number one.
All told, Wide Open Spaces sold more than four million copies in the first year on its way to becoming the best-selling group album in the history of country music. Grammy and CMA awards flooded in.
For their follow-up, the Dixie Chicks issued Fly in 1999 lead by "Ready to Run" and "Goodbye Earl." The girls' lack of reverence for traditional conservative country themes was apparent in the music, as well as their attitudes. That won over a lot of non-country fans and the Dixie Chicks were widely embraced, as evidenced in their appearance on the 2002 VH1 Divas with Cher, Mary J. Blige, and others.
That same year, the Dixie Chicks put out Home and continued their cross-over ascent by landing two singles in the Top 10 of the pop charts -- "Long Time Gone" and "Landslide." Their live show was captured on DVD and CD with Top of the World Tour: Live in 2003.
The tour, though, started with some controversial remarks by Maines at a show in London. Speaking against the war in Iraq, Maines claimed that they were ashamed that President George Bush was from Texas.
A massive backlash ensued with radio stations boycotting the Chicks and fans destroying their records. A death threat against Maines was dealt with in the tour documentary.
Not Ready to Make Nice
In response to the negativity, the Dixie Chicks offered Taking the Long Way in 2006. One of the main rebuttals came in "Not Ready to Make Nice," their top-seated pop single. Five Grammy Awards later, the Chicks had their vindication.
In the wake of all that hullabaloo, the Dixie Chicks took a little break. Emily and Martie teamed up for a side project in the Court Yard Hounds. Before they could get it all going, the Chicks were back with some summer 2010 tour dates with Keith Urban and the Eagles.
The following year saw the DVD release of the Chicks' VH1 Storytellers performance from 2006.
The DCX MMXVI World Tour
2016 is the year the Dixie Chicks toured again for their DCX MMXVI World Tour, which includes cities across North America. The tours opens in Antwerp, Belgium at the Lotto Arena on 4/16/16. Their last show schediuled is at the Hollywood Bowl in L.A.