For this edition of Single Again, Radio.com spoke to ex-Semisonic frontman Dan Wilson about co-writing Dixie Chicks’ “Not Ready to Make Nice,” which won the 2007 GRAMMY awards for Record of the Year and Song of the Year, and Adele’s “Someone Like You,” which was the best-selling song of 2011.
Mumford & Sons tapped into one of the same specific sources of inspiration as Avicii: the ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ soundtrack. But what does the bluegrass community make of all this?
After playing a handful of festival dates in Canada this summer, the Dixie Chicks have decided to expand things a bit. Today the group announced the Long Time Gone Tour 2013, which sees the Texas […]
Don’t call Court Yard Hounds’ new album Amelita a divorce album. For the new album, the country-folk duo pushed itself lyrically by inventing a character named Amelita.
The annual Calgary Stampede opens this weekend, but all headlining acts scheduled for the city’s Saddledome have been cancelled due to flood damage.
We’ve seen a rash of female artists, largely in country, taking on murder ballads. But it wasn’t until the 1990s that the female characters in their songs began to predominately become the killers.
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.”
As lead vocalist for the 13-time GRAMMY-winning Dixie Chicks, Natalie Maines was once among the leading voices in country music. Now she tells CBS Sunday Morning’s Lee Cowan she was never really a fan of the genre.
Are the Dixie Chicks preparing for a comeback? Let the speculation begin, because this summer, the Chicks are regrouping to perform live at two Canadian music festivals.