** Danielle Bradbery and Cassadee Pope are trending today as they were featured performers surrounding the NCAA Women’s Final Four tournament in Nashville. Both did a free concert last night, just before Cassadee sang the national […]
This is such a cool cover, even if you’re not a fan of Miley Cyrus or her song. Enjoy the Chicks from Oslo:
** Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood are trending today as we learn they’ll be packing up their Oklahoma spread soon and moving back to Nashville! When Garth’s youngest daughter leaves for college in the fall, […]
Is bluegrass hip all over again? If you look at the today’s pop-music landscape, apparently so. In Radio.com’s Inside Out video, Ricky Skaggs, Chris Stapleton and others talk about the influence of bluegrass — and the “O Brother Where Art Thou?” soundtrack — on modern music.
Don’t call “Amelita” a divorce album. For their new album, the country-folk artists (who are two-thirds of the Dixie Chicks) pushed themselves lyrically by inventing a character named Amelita.
The annual Calgary Stampede opens this Friday, but all headlining acts scheduled for the city’s Saddledome have been cancelled due to flood damage.
Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines talks about country music, the backlash after her comments about George W. Bush, and what led to her first solo album, “Mother.”
It’s a funny thing sometimes how quickly times–and musical tastes–can change.
Oh boy, she’s at it again!
Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks was recently interview by CMT and commented on where she stands in the world of Country Music, “You still love me…Lots of people don’t love me. You know what? It’s kind of like going back to your abusive husband. I’m just not feeling it. I’m sorry.”
Many country fans are still bitter about the comments that Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines made back in 2003 about then-president George W. Bush. Those same fans probably won’t be any happier to hear what she had to […]