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Dixie Chicks At C2C London

Dixie Chicks and Emily Robison - Dixie Chicks at C2C, Country to Country at the O2 Arena, London - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 15th March 2014

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Dixie Chicks and Martie Maguire
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The Dixie Chicks Perform At Copps Coliseum?

Emily Robison - The Dixie Chicks perform live in concert at Copps Coliseum? - Hamilton, Canada - Sunday 10th November 2013

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Dixie Chicks Star Emily Robison Welcomes Baby Girl


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Dixie Chicks star Emily Robison is a new mum after giving birth to a baby girl.

Little Violet Isabel was born on Tuesday morning (04Sep12).

The father is her Court Yard Hounds bandmate Martin Strayer.

The 40 year old already has three other kids with ex-husband Charlie Robison - twins Juliana and Henry, seven, and Charles, nine.

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Dixie Chicks' Emily Robison Pregnant For Fourth Time


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Dixie Chicks star Emily Robison is pregnant with her fourth child.

The singer will welcome the latest addition to her brood in September (12). The baby will be her first with boyfriend Martin Strayer.

Her representative tells People.com, "She's excited!"

Robison, 39, has seven-year-old twins, Juliana and Henry, and a nine-year-old son, Charles, from her marriage to Charlie Robison. The former couple divorced in 2008 after nine years of marriage.

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Dixie Chicks' Emily Robison Pregnant For Fourth Time


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Dixie Chicks star Emily Robison is pregnant with her fourth child.

The singer will welcome the latest addition to her brood in September (12). The baby will be her first with boyfriend Martin Strayer.

Her representative tells People.com, "She's excited!"

Robison, 39, has seven-year-old twins, Juliana and Henry, and a nine-year-old son, Charles, from her marriage to Charlie Robison. The former couple divorced in 2008 after nine years of marriage.

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Robison Channelled Heartbreak Into New Album


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Country star Charlie Robison's new album was entirely inspired by his split from Dixie Chicks singer Emily Robison.

The singer insists going over every aspect of the break-up and his heartbreak helped him heal.

He says, "It was therapy. I talked my way through the divorce."

The couple split last summer (08) after 10 years of marriage.

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Dixie Chicks Star Emily Robison Gets Divorce


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Dixie Chicks star Emily Robison has divorced her country singer husband CHARLIE ROBISON.


According to reports, the couple's divorce proceedings were finalised on Wednesday (06Aug08), after Charlie filed for the split in January (08).


One court document states the pair's marriage had "become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities."


A spokesperson for Charlie Robison says the pair "remain close friends and their family is the priority and will continue to be".

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Dixie Chicks Stun The Grammy Awards With Big Five


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The Dixie Chicks stunned America at the Grammy Awards last night (11FEB07) by claiming five big prizes, including Album of The Year, Record of The Year and Song of The Year.
Just four years after the trio was ostracised for making anti-President GEORGE W. Bush comments onstage during a London concert, they were celebrated for hit song NOT READY TO MAKE NICE and album TAKING THE LONG WAY.
In accepting the Best Song prize, newly-brunette singer Natalie Maines - who made the infamous comments onstage in 2003 - personally thanked her bandmates MARTIE MAGUIRE and Emily Robison for supporting her during the controversy.
She joked, "I told you I'd take you to the Grammys, stick with me."
The 49th Grammys also served up a night to remember for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who claimed four top honours with wins for Best Rock Album and Best Boxed/Special Limited Edition Packaging for STADIUM ARCADIUM and Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song for DANI CALIFORNIA.
Meanwhile, American Idol winner-turned-country sensation Carrie Underwood and Mary J Blige claimed three awards apiece. It was a bitter sweet night for Blige, who entered the Grammys leading the pack of nominees with eight nods.
Composer John Williams, Justin Timberlake, John Mayer, Tony Bennett, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Ludacris, jazz great CHICK COREA and Gnarls Barkley were among the double Grammy winners.
The full list of winners is:
Record of the Year
NOT READY TO MAKE NICE - DIXIE CHICKS
Album of the Year
TAKING THE LONG WAY - DIXIE CHICKS
Song of the Year
NOT READY TO MAKE NICE - DIXIE CHICKS
Best Rock Album
STADIUM ARCADIUM - RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS
Best New Artist
CARRIE UNDERWOOD
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
AIN'T NO OTHER MAN - CHRISTINA AGUILERA
Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
WAITING ON THE WORLD TO CHANGE - JOHN MAYER
Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
MY HUMPS - THE BLACK EYED PEAS
Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals
FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE - TONY BENNETT + Stevie Wonder
Best Pop Instrumental Performance
MORNIN' - George Benson

Dixie Chicks Stun The Grammy Awards With Big Five


Dixie Chicks Bush Natalie Maines Emily Robison Red Hot Chili Peppers American Idol Carrie Underwood Mary J Blige John Williams Justin Timberlake John Mayer Tony Bennett Bob Dylan Bruce Springsteen Ludacris Gnarls Barkley Stevie Wonder George Benson

The Dixie Chicks stunned America at the Grammy Awards last night (11FEB07) by claiming five big prizes, including Album of The Year, Record of The Year and Song of The Year.
Just four years after the trio was ostracised for making anti-President GEORGE W. Bush comments onstage during a London concert, they were celebrated for hit song NOT READY TO MAKE NICE and album TAKING THE LONG WAY.
In accepting the Best Song prize, newly-brunette singer Natalie Maines - who made the infamous comments onstage in 2003 - personally thanked her bandmates MARTIE MAGUIRE and Emily Robison for supporting her during the controversy.
She joked, "I told you I'd take you to the Grammys, stick with me."
The 49th Grammys also served up a night to remember for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who claimed four top honours with wins for Best Rock Album and Best Boxed/Special Limited Edition Packaging for STADIUM ARCADIUM and Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song for DANI CALIFORNIA.
Meanwhile, American Idol winner-turned country sensation Carrie Underwood and Mary J Blige claimed three awards apiece. It was a bitter sweet night for Blige, who entered the Grammys leading the pack of nominees with eight nods.
Composer John Williams, Justin Timberlake, John Mayer, Tony Bennett, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Ludacris, jazz great CHICK COREA and Gnarls Barkley were among the double Grammy winners.
The full list of winners is:
Record of the Year
NOT READY TO MAKE NICE - DIXIE CHICKS
Album of the Year
TAKING THE LONG WAY - DIXIE CHICKS
Song of the Year
NOT READY TO MAKE NICE - DIXIE CHICKS
Best Rock Album
STADIUM ARCADIUM - RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS
Best New Artist
CARRIE UNDERWOOD
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
AIN'T NO OTHER MAN - CHRISTINA AGUILERA
Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
WAITING ON THE WORLD TO CHANGE - JOHN MAYER
Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
MY HUMPS - THE BLACK EYED PEAS
Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals
FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE - TONY BENNETT + Stevie Wonder
Best Pop Instrumental Performance
MORNIN' - George Benson

Shut Up & Sing Review


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A documentarian is frequently at the mercy of his or her subject. A project may seem exciting stuff, only to reveal itself a yawn upon further investigation. Luckily, for filmmakers Barbara Kopple and Cecilia Peck, the opposite is true here. Lucky for the audience, too.

At the height of their success, as the cameras were rolling on a documentary about their current world tour, and George W. Bush was laying out plans to invade Iraq, the Dixie Chicks' lead singer Natalie Maines told a London audience that she was ashamed to be from the same state as her president. It was a statement warmly greeted by the British crowd to which it was made, but one which triggered a career-debilitating controversy back in America (particularly amongst their red-state fan base). This controversy, the band's and its handlers' attempts to control it, and ultimately their acceptance of it, becomes the narrative focus of Kopple and Peck's Shut Up & Sing, which greatly benefits from the drama. Kopple and Peck allow Maines and her girls to turn what might have been a fluff piece on the Dixie Chicks' moving from triumph to triumph into an intriguing study of what happens when a person puts their foot in their mouth and receives a national boot in the bum for doing so.

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Dixie Chicks Set To Split After The Grammys?


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Country trio the Dixie Chicks are hatching a secret plan to split up after the Grammy Awards next February (07) because sisters MARTIE MAGUIRE and Emily Robison want to concentrate on being great mothers.
Insiders claim the siblings are "tired and wrung out" after spending the past three years defending themselves from comments singer Natalie Maines made onstage in London in 2003 - and they're desperate for a long-term break.
The trio became the targets of fierce backlash from the country music world when Maines announced she was ashamed to come from the same state (Texas) as US PRESIDENT George W Bush.
And now insiders claim the sisters have had enough of celebrity and want to hang up their fiddles.
A source tells US tabloid National Enquirer, "They feel they've come to the end , and they want a break from each other to spend more time with their families."
And the insider claims the "passive" siblings are so sick of having to support outspoken Maines, and the controversies she has created have driven a wedge between the trio.
The source adds, "They've received death threats and it's made them all nervous wrecks... Natalie has so ruined things for the band that they can't stand to be around her, and they get in huge-in-your-face shouting matches."

Dixie Chicks In Plane Crash Terror


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Country music stars THE Dixie Chicks were involved in a terrifying scare travelling in their private jet on Friday (19SEP03) - but refused to let the incident cause any disruption to their planned gig that night.

The resilient trio - Natalie Maines, Emily Robison and MARTIE SEIDEL - were in a private aeroplane jetting from Dublin, Ireland to Glasgow, and were shaken after their plane's wing clipped the roof of the Scottish airport as it taxied to a halt.

But they decided to play at the SCOTTISH EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE CENTRE anyway.

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