There's never been a better time for women in country music to own the stage, with all kinds of talented female singers and songwriters popping up, and even girl groups making a splash, hoping for waves.
Country music is a very supportive genre, but that doesn't mean there aren't a few artists who just can't get along. Sometimes it's professional, sometimes it's personal. For country's most well-known feudsters, it was both.
Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines has never been shy about expressing her opinions in public, and she took to Twitter to express her outrage after Sony pulled the plug on Seth Rogen's new movie, 'The Interview.'
The Dixie Chicks provided the most famous magazine cover in country music history 10 years ago. In 2003, they posed naked for Entertainment Weekly for an article teased with the headline "The Dixie Chicks Come Clean." Much has changed for the women since that shoot, yet the group remains united, even touring periodically.
The Dixie Chicks will return to Canada this fall for their first tour of the country in seven years. The group announced the 2013 Long Time Gone Tour on Monday (Aug. 19). The run includes nine dates between Oct. 26 and Nov. 10.
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