Seriously, we could not be more delighted for the Dixie Chicks, who we can say we knew back when. (Joey Tomato's, anyone?) Five Grammies last night, including the Holy Trinity for Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Record of the Year -- which no one predicted, of course -- in addition to two in ... More >>
Holi-divas! premiere and Santaland revival make it the worst Noel at WaterTower
In an instant, the Dixie Chicks went from country darlings to America's goats, and two filmmakers caught it all.
A fab four: The Dixie Chicks, circa 1991 A week from tomorrow, the new Dixie Chicks disc Taking the Long Way arrives in stores, and though a review appears in the Observer on Wednesday, lemme say, in short, it's kinda swell; imagine if Fleetwood Mac made a country record for 1970s FM-rock radio, and ... More >>
For years, former Observer music editor Zac Crain and I took delight in poking at the Dixie Chicks for pretending the former Dallas street-corner performers didn't exist until singer Natalie Maines joined the band and for acting as though they hadn't released an album till 1998's Wide Open Spaces. ( ... More >>
It's a multiphonic spree
Assassins at Quad C, convicts at SMU, plus murder in Tuna, Texas
Onstage and off, the Dixie Chicks changed the way they do business
The Dixie Chicks' new album won't be out for another month, but we'll tell you why it's worth waiting for
Jason Alexander shows us a winning coming-of-age tale through a keyhole
What's Not to Like.
Dixie Chicks sic lawyers on a fan's exhaustive Web site
How Fort Worth's rhinestone socialites bushwacked the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame