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The Dixie Chicks Release ‘Essential’ Music
Since 1998, the Dixie Chicks have released four studio albums and sold more than 30 million records, the latest being 2006's 'Taking the Long Way.' And while the trio of Natalie Maines and sisters Emily Robison and Martie Maguire are still on a Chicks' hiatus, they are adding ano…
Court Yard Hounds Support Gays Through Song
Dixie Chicks members Natalie Maines, Emily Robison and Martie Maguire are notorious for bravely speaking their minds about issues important to them. Emily and Martie have continued to be outspoken with their new duo, Court Yard Hounds, most notably through their thought-provoking song, 'Ain&apo…
Hottest Women Over 40 in Country Music
The fountain of youth just may be located in Nashville, judging by some of its most famous faces. Country music's hottest women over 40 look as good now -- if not better -- than they did in their 20s! We spotlight the country songbirds who keep the clock away naturally, through both healthy hab…
Tim O’Brien Serves Up Tasty ‘Chicken & Egg’
Grammy-winning artist Tim O'Brien addresses the age-old question of "which came first" with the simultaneous release of both 'Chicken & Egg,' the multi-instrumentalist's 13th solo album, out this week on Howdy Skies Records.
Labeled a "master of American folk music, Irish music, Sc…
Court Yard Hounds Hope Lilith Fair Offers Time to Share
Court Yard Hounds, the duo featuring Dixie Chicks co-founders Emily Robison and Martie Maguire, will have somewhat of a Lilith Fair déjà vu this summer, returning to the music festival yet again as a new band.
"Lilith Fair was a great experience for us the first time we played …
Court Yard Hounds Keep Their ‘Family Jewels’
When Emily Robison was in sixth grade, she thought she had her career path all figured out: "I was convinced I was going to the Air Force Academy and fly jets. Then I realized I'd have to cut my hair," she says.
Luckily for the rest of us, Emily's desire to keep her locks long was our gain,…

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