08:08 PM EDT 05/04/2015
Originally posted 05/22/2006 03:15PM
Back in 2003, Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines created an uproar when she told a London concert audience, "Just so you know, we're ashamed the President of the United States is from Texas."
Originally posted 05/12/2006 07:50AM
When lead Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines criticized President Bush on a London stage three years ago as the Iraqi war was looming, some U.S. radio stations yanked the Texas trio from their broadcast schedules, some fans boycotted the group – and someone threatened to kill her.
Originally posted 08/25/2004 09:00AM
The Shortlist Music Prize – considered to be a more sophisticated version of the Grammys – has revealed its nominees for its fourth annual awards, which honor an album that failed to capture mainstream attention.
Originally posted 05/05/2004 01:00AM
The modeling and music worlds have two new mothers: Heidi Klum and Martie Maguire.
Originally posted 02/05/2004 10:26AM
DELETED: Days after Janet Jackson's bared breast shocked the nation, NBC has agreed to edit out a brief shot of an 80-year-old woman's breast from Thursday night's episode of "ER." "Though we continue to believe the shot is appropriate and in context, and would have aired after 10:30 p.m. Eastern and Pacific time, we have unfortunately concluded that the atmosphere created by this week's events has made it too difficult for many of our affiliates to air this shot," said an NBC statement.
Originally posted 09/22/2003 01:00PM
The wing of a private chartered plane carrying the Dixie Chicks clipped the side of a building after the jet landed at Scotland's Glasgow Airport Friday afternoon, their spokeswoman said in a statement.
Originally posted 08/07/2003 01:00PM
Forget the politics: As the Dixie Chicks head into the final dates of their Top of the World North American concert tour, it appears their fans never lost faith in the country trio.
Originally posted 06/02/2003 10:00AM
Natalie Maines is once again in trouble for opening her mouth. But this time, it's not political.
Originally posted 05/06/2003 01:00PM
Just when it seemed the Dixie Chicks controversy was dying down, a Colorado Springs, Colo., radio station has suspended two disc jockeys for playing the music of the Texas trio -- violating a ban that went into place after the group criticized President Bush.
Originally posted 05/05/2003 01:00AM
Scattered protests continued on the Dixie Chicks' American concert tour, which kicked off in Greenville, S.C., Thursday night with about 15 picketers in the parking lot.
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