Dixie Chicks say new album is coming
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Dixie Chicks took the long way around, but they're returning with new music soon after a 13-year hiatus.
The award-winning group's lead singer, Natalie Maines, took to...
Review: Dan Wilson revisits his hits for Adele, John Legend
Dan Wilson, "Re-Covered" (Big Deal Media)
Dan Wilson helped write that tune? And that one, too? If you still read album credits or liner notes, you may find Wilson's name attached to some of your favorites songs.
Formerly of Trip Shakespeare and Semisonic, the Minnesota-born Wilson has collaborated with an impressive array of musicians. On "Re-Covered," he performs his songs made famous by a dozen artists including Adele, John Legend, the Dixie Chicks, Chris Stapleton and Taylor Swift.
Natalie Maines has filed for divorce from Adrian Pasdar.
The Dixie Chicks singer has cited irreconcilable differences in her petition to end her 17-year marriage to the 'Heroes' actor and she is seeking joint custody of their two sons, Jackson, 16, and 12-year-old Beckett.
While it is unclear why the couple have split, sources told TMZ things are amicable between Natalie, 42, and 52-year-old Adrian.
Review: Rogue + Jaye debut ‘Pent Up’ is graceful, expressive
Rogue + Jaye, "Pent Up" (Tropicali Records)
Zach Rogue and Courtney Jaye express themselves just fine on their debut, sprinkling "Pent Up" with a little indie dust over a graceful mix of pop, country and folk.
Rogue has released a handful of albums with San Francisco band Rogue Wave since 2003, from near-solo lo-fi to more polished efforts. Jaye has also recorded a few albums while making stops everywhere from Georgia and Hawaii to Tennessee and southern California.
A look back at country music history from today >>>
1979 – Soul singer James Brown appeared at The Grand Ole Opry. Brown (who was in Nashville recording new tracks), was not the first non-country act to perform at the Opry, and wouldn't be the last, but Brown's appearance caused an immediate media frenzy during which several Opry regulars expressed their disdain at the Soul singers appearance
1981 - Eddie Rabbitt's "I Love A Rainy Night" is certified Gold
Dixie Chicks take victory lap at Sleep Train concert
Anyone looking for controversy at Friday night’s polished, expertly performed concert by the Dixie Chicks at Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Chula Vista probably would have left disappointed. Unless, perhaps, they happened to be visiting from a certain city in Northern California.
“San Diego, you guys have been awesome! I said that last night in Sacramento, but I was lying — tonight, I’m telling the truth!” lead singer Natalie Maines told the cheering Sleep Train...
Review: Dixie Chicks Soar at Shoreline
It had been 10 years since the Dixie Chicks last toured the U.S.
Yet, it might not have felt that long to some local fans as the multiplatinum country-rock trio finally brought its long-awaited DCX MMXVI World Tour to the Shoreline Amphitheatre on Tuesday.
Credit that to Neil Young, who selected the band -- consisting of lead vocalist Natalie Maines and multi-instrumentalists Martie Erwin Maguire and Emily Erwin Robison -- to perform at his most recent Bridge School...