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Dixie Chicks

About Dixie Chicks

The Dixie Chicks are an American country group consisting of Natalie Maines (lead singer), and sisters Emily Robison (banjo) and Martie Maguire (fiddle). The band originated in Dallas, TX in 1989 with four members: Robison, Maguire, Laura Lynch, and Robin Lynn Macy. After the departures of Lynch and Macy, Natalie Maines joined the group in 1995, and they were finally able to achieve commercial success.

The Dixie Chicks have sold over 30 million records and won 14 Grammys, sweeping in 2007 with their critically acclaimed album, “Taking the Long Way”.