Natalie Maines attends the Gregory Peck first-day-of-issue stamp ceremony in Beverly Hills, California
Singer Natalie Maines attends the AMPAS and the United States Postal dedication ceremony honoring Gregory Peck with a first-day-of-issue commemorative Forever stamp at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills on April 28, 2011. UPI/Jim Ruymen
Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks confirmed Friday she will release her debut solo album, "Mother," on America's Columbia Records label May 7.
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U.S. country music star Natalie Maines is rallying support for three young men she believes were wrongly convicted of killing three 8-year-old boys in 1993.
The Dixie Chicks won five Grammy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday night for "Taking the Long Way," their answer to critics of their political views.
During a Los Angeles concert by the Dixie Chicks, the country trio devoted a song to rapper Kevin Federline because of his current marriage troubles.
Dixie Chicks' fans still buy their albums, but a decline in attendance of the outspoken group's U.S. concerts has become a concern, a report says.
The Dixie Chicks are once again climbing the U.S. charts with their new album, but they're taking a different route to the top, a published report says.
Three years later, the Dixie Chicks stand by their 2003 criticism of President Bush that sparked boycotts, death threats and made them country music pariahs. In an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes," the Texas trio described the fallout after singer Natalie
Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines has compared Nashville to a cheating husband and suggested divorce might be pending, the Los Angeles Times said Thursday. Maines told the paper Nashville did her wrong after she said in March 2003 that she was ashamed to
The Dixie Chicks, not among the White House's favorite entertainers because of earlier comments, say they have no plans to leave country music.
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