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Wait continues for Dixie Chicks

Tuesday, April 21, 2020 – The wait for The Dixie Chicks to release new music grew longer because the trio's upcoming album, "Gaslighter," will be postponed from its expected May release date due to COVID-19, The Tennessean reported today.

The newspaper did report an expected release date. "Gaslighter" was the band's first studio release since 2006.

The decision was not the first from an artist delaying an album release. Luke Bryan was slated to drop "Born Here, Live Here, Die Here" this Friday, but its release was pushed back to Aug. 7. Margo Price also postponed releasing "That's How Rumors Get Started" on May 8, but that, too, was delayed to a date to be determined.

The Dixie Chicks, the trio of Martie Maguire, Emily Strayer and Natalie Maines, released the title track as the first single with a video to along with it.


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CD review - Gaslighter Much has changed for The Chicks since their last studio release, "Taking the Long Way," some 14 years ago. Rebranding for one. No more Dixie Chicks, thanks to their reaction to the discussion over racial issues in the U.S. following the killing of George Floyd. "Dixie" was no longer the right look. And then there's the music and the end of a marriage, an overriding theme throughout the highly personal and emotional "Gaslighter." The change also crept into the ...
CD review - Taking the Long Way Much has changed on the musical landscape for the Dixie Chicks since the Incident in London three years ago when lead singer Natalie Maines criticized President Bush on the eve of the Iraq war. The trio lost its standing on the country radio scene; their albums were burned, and they received death threats.But Emily Robison, Martie Maguire and Maines do not backpedal on these 14 songs. They, instead, address the issues that have faced them head on time and again. "Not Ready to Make Nice" maintains ...
The Dixie Chicks certainly enjoyed their most controversial year ever thanks to a few words uttered by lead singer Natalie Maines, and they also had one of the most successful tours of 2003 as well. This 22-song live disc recorded somewhere during the U.S. part of the tour is clear indication that beyond the headlines, there was a tremendous amount of quality music going on. The mix put Maines' vocals way out front. She has always been a good singer, and this indicates just how good she truly is. ...


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