- Now (Mercury Nashville, 2017)
Editorials and Country Musings
The Dixie Chicks certainly come across as a fun, lively band both on the silver platter and live. They have been one of the few genuine bright spots in country music over the past few years where the bar has been lowered, and few worthy acts are putting out quality music. The Chicks particularly deserve praise for "Goodbye Earl," yet another hit from their second major label album, "Fly." The song is about a wife beaten by her husband so badly she ends up in the hospital. Together with her ...