Dixie Chicks Songs

Dixie Chicks Songs

Dixie Chicks Songs

The Dixie Chicks triumphed over a string of controversies in 2003 when their song "Travelin' Soldier" topped the charts in the U.S. and reached #2 in the United Kingdom. Their successes paved the way for a winning 2002 Grammy for Best Country Performance by a Duo or a Group despite a bitter feud with country music radio personnel.

Top 10 Chicks Songs

theboot.com)The Chicks (formerly, until June 25, 2020, known as the Dixie Chicks) started off as a bluegrass troupe before crossing over into the country (and country-slash-pop) realm with the addition of vocalist Natalie Maines and the release of 1998's Wide Open Spaces. Multi-platinum awards and No. 1 hits followed, and although the group's career momentum suffered due to controversial comments Maines made about then-President George W. Bush in 2003, the band ended up recovering (at least critically) for 2006's Taking the Long Way, which won five Grammy Awards. (Source:

What's Your Favorite Chicks Song?

theboot.com)These three country ladies have a lot of hits, so there's likely a few that our readers will think are missing from this Top 10 list. Share your favorite Chicks song with us in the comments section below! (Source:

The Chicks

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Dixie Chicks Change Band Name to the Chicks and Drop New Song : Updates: the Fight Against Racial Injustice : Npr

Dixie Chicks Change Band Name To The Chicks And Drop New Song : Updates: The Fight Against Racial Injustice The country trio has changed the band's name to The Chicks in an apparent distancing from its association with racism in the South. The move was accompanied by a new song, "March March."  



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