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The Chicks: American country music band
The Chicks are an American country pop group composed of singer Natalie Maines and multi-instrumentalist sisters Martie Erwin Maguire and Emily Strayer. The band formed in 1989 in Dallas, Texas, and was originally composed of four women performing bluegrass and country music, busking and touring the bluegrass festival circuits and small venues for six years without attracting a major label. After the departure of one bandmate, the replacement of their lead singer, and a change in their repertoire, the Chicks achieved commercial success, beginning in 1998 with hit songs "There's Your Trouble" and "Wide Open Spaces".

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The Chicks Release First New Album In 14 Years [Video]

The Chicks Release First New Album In 14 Years

The all-female country group The Chicks dropped their highly anticipated new album, "Gaslighter" on Friday. The album is the first in nearly 14 years from the legendary country music group. The new..

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The Dixie Chicks Are Changing Their Name [Video]

The Dixie Chicks Are Changing Their Name

The popular country group known as The Dixie Chicks has announced they are changing their name. According to CNN, the trio will now simply be known as "The Chicks". They will be dropping the word..

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The Dixie Chicks drop 'Dixie' from name [Video]

The Dixie Chicks drop 'Dixie' from name

The Dixie Chicks have removed the 'Dixie' from their name after a top U.S. journalist urged the trio to follow Lady Antebellum's example and make a change, and the country music group will now be known..

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Disney to Overhaul Splash Mountain Ride Amid Outcry, The Dixie Chicks Change Their Name & More News | THR News [Video]

Disney to Overhaul Splash Mountain Ride Amid Outcry, The Dixie Chicks Change Their Name & More News | THR News

The Dixie Chicks change their name, 'Big Mouth' & 'Central Park' are recasting voice actors Jenny Slate and Kristen Bell with Black actors for biracial characters and Disney's Splash Mountain is..

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Dixie Chicks Change Name to The Chicks | THR News [Video]

Dixie Chicks Change Name to The Chicks | THR News

Grammy-winning country group The Dixie Chicks have dropped the word "dixie" from their name, now going by The Chicks.

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