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Originally posted 09/04/2012 03:15PM
The musician welcomed her fourth child, daughter Violet Isabel, early Tuesday morning she tells PEOPLE
Originally posted 11/10/2010 09:45AM
Originally posted 04/13/2010 01:35PM
It's been four years since the Dixie Chicks released their Grammy-winning album Taking the Long Way in 2006. But the lull in releases doesn't mean the band members haven't been creating.
While the Chicks are still on hiatus, sisters Martie Maguire and Emily Robison have formed a new band, the Court Yard Hounds, and are readying their first album, a self-titled disc, for release on May 4. And PEOPLE.com is giving you a sneak peek – with an exclusive first listen to the lilting "I Miss You," which features Robison on lead vocals.
Listen to "I Miss You" from the Court Yard Hounds's debut album
"We're looking at it like a new chapter in music," Maguire says of the project in press materials. "We definitely are going to tour this and make another record. I know this isn't just a one-time, get-it-off-our-chests, get-these-songs-recorded-and-go-back-to-our-lives thing."
Originally posted 08/07/2008 10:20AM
Dixie Chick Emily Robison's divorce became final on Wednesday in Texas.
"We can confirm that the divorce is final," a rep for the singer tells PEOPLE. "They remain the best of friends and their family is obviously the priority."
The San Antonio Express-News had reported that the Dixie Chick, 35, and her husband of nine years, singer Charlie Robison, 43, quietly filed for divorce in January and appeared at the Bexar County Courthouse Wednesday, when the split was finalized.
According to the divorce filing, the marriage had “become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities." The couple wed in 1999 and have three children: Gus, 5, and twins Julianna Tex and Henry Benjamin, 3.
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 04/26/2005 08:15AM
Dixie Chick Emily Robison and her husband, singer-songwriter Charlie Robison, are seeing double.
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