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Originally banded in 1989 the Dixie Chicks have seen several lineup changes throughout their musical career. The two constants since 1989 have been sisters Martie Maguire and Emily Robinson. The group originally had two lead singers, Laura Lynch and Robin Lynn Macy. Preferring more of a Blu... More

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Originally banded in 1989 the Dixie Chicks have seen several lineup changes throughout their musical career. The two constants since 1989 have been sisters Martie Maguire and Emily Robinson. The group originally had two lead singers, Laura Lynch and Robin Lynn Macy. Preferring more of a Bluegrass sound, Robin Lynn Macy left the band in 1992. Then after one album as the sole singer of the group Laura Lynch left in 1994.

Finally in 1995 with new lead singer Natalie Maines, the Dixie Chicks achieved their first taste of real commercial success. Courted by Sony, the new look Dixie Chicks signed a record contract with Monument Records, a division of Sony. Their first single, "I Can Love You Better" broke through to the top 10 on the Country Music Charts in 1997. The 1998 album Wide Open Spaces then went on to sell over 12 million copies making it on of the top 50 best-selling albums in U.S. history.

The past few years have been somewhat turbulent for the Dixie Chicks. During a 2003 concert in London Natalie Maines took time to state the following: "Just so you know, we're ashamed the President of the United States is from Texas." The statement caused quite a backlash among the Country Music community. At the same time it also garnered support from many people outside of the Dixie Chicks' fan base. Despite being banned by some country stations and criticized by members of the Country Music scene, the Dixie Chicks have not backed down from their beliefs or statements.

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