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(August 3, 2020) The Chicks are scheduled to be on World Café on Friday, August 7th. The
show airs on Philadelphia's WXPN 2 PM - 4 PM ET. World Café program guide
(July 30, 2020) The Chicks are making an appearance on Sirius/XM radio's Outlaw Country.
The show airs Friday at 3:00 PM ET.
(July 28, 2020) The Chicks were interviewed by the band Haim for Interview
magazine. Read here
People Have the Power Podcast
(July 28, 2020) The Chicks take host
Steve Baltin on a journey through their favorite protest songs of all time, from U2 and Nina Simone to Lenny Kravitz and Sting,
as well as discuss their new album, 'Gaslighter' and much more. People Have The Power Podcast
At Home With The Chicks
(July 28, 2020) The Chicks talked with Zane Lowe of Apple Music about their personal playlists.
Apple Music link
Billboard article about the interview
(July 27, 2020) Gaslighter has debuted at number 1 on Billboard's Top Country
Albums chart. The album moved 84,000 equivalent album units and is now the fifth number 1 for The Chicks on the County
Albums chart. The album also earned number 1 on Billboard's
Top Albums chart with 71,000 in physical album sales. It is number
3 on the all genre Billboard 200 chart.
Gaslighter also scored a
number 5 debut on the UK Albums Chart, their highest charting album ever. In Australia, the album landed at number 1
on the Country Albums chart and number 2 on the all genre Album chart. The album is also number 1 in Canada on the all genre
The Chicks Interview With Independent UK.
(July 27, 2020) The Chicks: ‘If George Floyd’s murder hadn’t happened, we might’ve waited a couple
of years to change our name’
(July 27, 2020) Popwrapped.com: The Chicks Make A Truly Impressive Return With ‘Gaslighter’
TheMusicalHype.com : The Chicks make a fierce return with a divorce-fueled, comeback album for the ages, Gaslighter
TheRinger.com: The Chicks Show They’re Still the Ultimate Country Survivors on ‘Gaslighter’
Articles With Chicks Interviews
The Chicks With Zane Lowe
(July 24, 2020) A clip of the Chicks interview with Zane Lowe for Apple Music can be viewed
CNN Tonight Interview
Watch What Happens Live Interview Links
(July 22, 2020) Here are YouTube links for some of The Chicks interview last night with Andy
(July 22, 2020) The Chicks talked with Gayle King for CBS This Morning - CBSNews link
The Chicks talked with Zane Lowe at Apple Music's Beats 1 (You must be a subscriber to Apple
Music to watch. Free trials are available.) The Gaslighter Interview
The Random 30 Countdown in Australia interviewed Martie on Friday - YouTube link
CBS This Morning
(July 21, 2020) An interview with Gayle King will air tomorrow (Wednesday) on CBS This
Morning. The show airs between 7:00 - 9:00 AM ET
(July 20, 2020) The Chicks gave video conferenced interviews with Australia's Today and Studio
10 and also CBC's q. Emily was interviewed by Radio New Zealand as well.
Australian TV Interviews
(July 19, 2020) The Chicks gave interviews to Sunrise and The Project in Australia. Both were
posted to their twitter accounts;
Billboard's Favorite New Music
(July 19, 2020) "Music fans voted in a poll published Friday (July
17) on Billboard, choosing the latest studio album from the country music trio formerly known as the
Dixie Chicks." Results
Watch What Happens Live
(July 18, 2020) The Chicks are scheduled to make an appearance on Bravo's Watch What Happens
Live with Andy Cohen. The show airs Tuesday, July 21st at 10:15 PM ET
The Guardian and Billboard Interviews
(July 18, 2020) The Chicks were interviewed by Laura Snapes at The Guardian
They also talked with Melinda Newman at Billboard
Interview On Apple Music And NPR
(July 17, 2020) The Chicks talked with Zane Lowe of Apple Music's New Music Daily Radio. A
short clip of the Chicks talking about "Julianna Calm Down" can be seen here.
They also talked with Noel King of NPR radio's Morning Edition
Today Show Interview
(July 17, 2020) The Chicks were interviewed by Carson Daly for the Today Show and performed
two songs from their new album.
Late Show With Stephen Colbert
(July 17, 2020) The Chicks were interviewed and performed March March last night on the Late
(July 15, 2020) The Chicks will celebrate the release of Gaslighter live on
YouTube and Twitter Friday, July 17th at 7:00 PM ET.
Best And Worst Of The Chicks, According To Them
(July 14, 2020) Vulture interviewed The Chicks and got their answers to the songs they still love, the ones that make them want to “take a shower,”
and why they’ll keep playing “Ready to Run” even though they’re (mostly) over it. Interview
A Country Music Renegade
(July 14, 2020) In Bustle’s Q&A series 28, successful
women describe exactly what their lives looked like when they were 28 — what they wore, where they worked, what stressed
them out most, and what, if anything, they would do differently. This time, The Chicks' Natalie Maines reflects on the year of what she calls “the controversy.”
Interview With Martie
(July 14, 2020) Martie was interviewed
for BBC's Front Row show. Listen here.
Next Single And Video
(July 13, 2020) "Sleep At Night" will be going for adds on Triple A radio stations starting July 27th. The video will
be available this Friday, July 17th.
(July 13, 2020) Reviews from Entertainment Weekly, Slant Magazine, and Riff Magazine
The Chicks' Gaslighter is all fire and nerve
The Chicks’s Gaslighter Is a Defiant Act of Rebranding
The Chicks pour fuel on the fire with “Gaslighter”
What Happens Live
(July 13, 2020) The Chicks will be appearing on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live next week on Bravo channel. Andy
announced it on his twitter account but mentioned no date. You can ask him what questions you want him to ask
(July 13, 2020) The Chicks are cover girls for UK's Music Week magazine.
From Music Week: The inspirational trio is expanding beyond country for their first
album in 14 years, and we join them to hear a tale that takes in platinum-selling success, Grammy wins, performing with Beyoncé
and the small matter of what can happen when pop stars air their political views.
an extensive interview, Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer and Martie Maguire reflect on writing one of 2020’s most powerful
records, teaming up with Jack Anotonoff and how they survived being cancelled. MusicWeek.com
The Chicks Dropped "Dixie" From Their Name
(July 10, 2020) "It means different things for different people," band member Emily Strayer said. "But
if it does make a statement that is derogatory to certain people, us included, we were just like, 'This doesn't feel right
anymore.'" Read article
The Chicks’ Voices Ring Loud Again With New Name And Album
(July 10, 2020) The Texas trio of Emily Strayer, Martie Maguire and Natalie Maines have been teasing
new music for a year, and “Gaslighter” finally drops on July 17 when the nation is embroiled in divisive politics,
cancel culture and reckoning with inequality. The timing is right for their voices to be heard again.
“It just seemed like a good reflection on our times,” said Maines. “In 20 years, we’ll
look back at that album cover and title and remember exactly what was going on in the country right then.” Read article
Howard Stern Show
(July 9, 2020) A fan on Instagram asked Natalie if she was going to do the Howard Stern radio
show. Listen for an appearance on July 20th. No word if it's just her or The Chicks.
New York Times Feature Article
The Late Show Appearance
(July 8, 2020) The Chicks are scheduled for an interview and performance on The Late Show With
Stephen Colbert on Thursday, July 16th. Headline Planet
Today Show Virtual Performance
(June 26, 2020) The Chicks will be appearing
on the Today Show as part of the 2020 Citi Music Series on July 17th. Today Show schedule
CTMA Cover By Kelly Clarkson
(June 26, 2020) Kelly Clarkson covered "Cowboy
Take Me Away in today's episode of "Kellyoke". Watch at YouTube
(June 26, 2020) Variety is reporting, and Billboard
has confirmed, that The Chicks are now being represented by Silva Artist Management. The change comes two years after signing
with Monotone/LBI Entertainment. Variety
The Original Chicks
(June 26, 2020) The Chicks received permission
from a New Zealand duo who also went by the name The Chicks to use the name. The New Zealand duo had some hits in NZ during
the 60's. NZ Herald
The Chicks Interview Haim
(June 26, 2020) Martier, Emily and Natalie recently
interviewed the pop rock band Haim for Interview magazine. Interview magazine
(June 25, 2020) The Chicks have dropped Dixie
from their name. Official name is now The Chicks. Article at Billboard
(June 25, 2020) "March March" is the new single
and available on iTunes right now. The song writing credits go to Dan Wilson, Emily Strayer, Ian Kirkpatrick, Jack Antonoff,
Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, and Ross Golan. Video at YouTube.
Humpday With Hampshire
(June 24, 2020) Natalie and Martie appeared today
on the live-streamed Humpday With Hampshire. They were interviewed by Schitt’s Creek star Emily Hampshire. Watch here.
More Song Titles
(June 18, 2020) "Sleep At Night" is track number 2, "March March" is number 6 and "Set Me Free"
is number 12 listed at various music streaming outlets.
Track Number 8
(June 11, 2020) "Tights On My Boat" is now listed as
the eighth track on Gaslighter at Amazon and Apple music. The song was written by Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer,
Jack Antonoff, Julia Michaels.
Billboard's Top 50 Songs of 2020
(June 10, 2020) Billboard magazine staff has rated "Gaslighter" at number 10 on their Top 50
list of best songs so far in 2020. List
No Global Pride Event
(June 10, 2020) The Dixie Chicks will not be appearing, as originally announced in Global
Pride's press release, for the Global Pride 2020 event at the end of June.
Best Songs Of 2020
(June 8, 2020) Time magazine has named "Julianna Calm Down" on its list of one of the best
songs of 2020. Best Songs of 2020 So Far
(April 29, 2020) The next single from the Gaslighter album appears to be "Julianna Calm Down".
The song is now listed as the ninth track on the album at Apple music.
Global Pride Event
edit June 10 - The Dixie Chicks are no longer scheduled to appear
(May 31, 2020) Global Pride 2020 has announced the Dixie
Chicks will be one of the performers for the June 27th online event. Global Pride was launched by national and international
Pride networks after hundreds of Pride events were cancellec or postponed due to COVID 19.
show will be live streamed on the Global Pride website, on YouTube and on other platforms to be announced, and will be free to view.
Today Show Summer Music Series Appearance
(May 28, 2020) The Dixie Chicks are scheduled to be a part of the Today Show's 2020
Citi Music Series. As of now, performances will be virtual with no live audience. No date has been set
yet. Today Show
Single Number 3
(May 22, 2020) A song titled "Texas Man" is now listed as the number three track on the Gaslighter
album at Amazon and Apple music. No release date has been set.
Available Now For Streaming
(May 1, 2020) "Julianna Calm Down", written by Jack Antonoff, Julia Micheals and Natalie Maines, is now available on your usual list of streaming services.
Gaslighter Release Postponed
(April 21, 2020) The release of the Dixie Chicks new album Gaslighter has been postponed
with no rescheduled release date.
Ellen Show Repeat
(April 21, 2020) The airing of the Dixie Chicks appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show repeats
on Friday, April 24th.
Never Have I Ever Game
(April 16, 2020) The Dixie Chicks played "Never Have I Ever" backstage at the Ellen DeGeneres
Natalie Pays Tribute To John Prine
(April 12, 2020) Natalie and her sons honored the late singer/songwriter John Prine with their
rendition of "Angel From Montgomery" in an instagram video. John Prine died on April 7th due to complications from COVID-19.
Video Chat With The Chicks
(April 7, 2020)
The Dixie Chicks participated in a video chat with The Refuge for DMST.
The Refuge for
DMST (Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking) is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has developed The Refuge Ranch,
a long-term, residential, therapeutic community for 48 girls, minors through age 19, who have been rescued out of sex trafficking.
The Refuge Ranch is the largest long-term, live-in rehabilitation facility for child survivors of sex trafficking in the United
States. Refuge website
Link to video chat
(March 17, 2020) "Gaslighter" is #1 on Billboard's Country Digital
Songs chart for the chart week March 21st, moving up from #2. It also climbed to #20 on Hot Country Songs (up from #31) and
#4 on Digital Songs Sales (up from #15). It dropped on Country Airplay to #51 from #36.
The Dixie Chicks also debuted on the Artist 100 chart at #74.
From Billboard, "the Artist 100 measures artist activity across key metrics of music consumption, blending album and track
sales, radio airplay, streaming and social media fan interaction to provide a weekly multi-dimensional ranking of artist popularity."
Ellen Show Appearance
(March 16, 2020) The Dixie Chicks performed
"Gaslighter" and were interviewed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today. Clips can be seen at ellentube.
Member Of Touring Band
(March 15, 2020) The Dixie Chicks have hired
Erik Deutsch to play keyboards on their planned 2020 tour. Erik appears to be the only new member of the touring band from
the MMXVI tour. He replaces John Ginty who is touring with the Allman Betts band. Jambands.com
12, 2020) The Dixie Chicks appearance on The Late Show With Stephan Colbert has been cancelled. Emily Yahr, the entertainment
reporter for the Washington Post tweeted out a statement from their rep "Out of an abundance of caution, it was best for the
whole band and crew not to travel."
Chicks Land on Billboard Charts
10, 2020) "Gaslighter" hits Billboard's Country Airplay chart at #36. On the Hot Country Songs chart, which tracks radio airplay,
sales data, and steaming data. "Gaslighter is #31. It is #2 on the Country Digital Song Sales.
Allure Magazine Q&A
(March 10, 2020) The Dixie Chicks reveal
their biggest beauty regrets, obsessions, and the hair-care products they keep running out of. Allure Q&A.
Gold And Platinum Certifications
(March 9, 2020) Multiple awards for gold and platinum certifications were awarded to the Dixie Chicks
by the RIAA on March 5th. The RIAA awards gold for 500,000 Units and Platinum for
Open Spaces - now 13 times platinum
- now 11 times platinum
Of the World: Live - platinum
There's Your Trouble - gold
Open Spaces - gold and platinum
Were Mine - gold
Ready To Run - gold
Goodbye Earl - now platinum
- now platinum
Travelin' Soldier - gold and platinum
Ready To Make Nice - now 2 times platinum
CBS Sunday Morning Interview
(March 8, 2020) The Dixie Chicks interview can be viewed at YouTube.
Late Show With Colbert
(March 6, 2020) The Dixie Chicks are scheduled for an interview
and musical performance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The shows airs March 12th at 11:30 PM on CBS.
(March 6, 2020) The Dixie Chicks appear on
the April cover of Allure magazine along with a feature article. Allure
CBS Sunday Morning
(March 5, 2020)The Dixie Chicks are scheduled to
appear on CBS's "Sunday Morning " on March 8th. The show airs starting at 9:00 AM ET
(March 4, 2020) A few articles about the release
Rolling Stone, Vox, NPR, Variety
Top of iTunes Charts
(March 4, 2020) On its first day of release, "Gaslighter"
was number one on iTunes all genre and country charts. The song can be downloaded at iTunes, Amazon and streamed at Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube and Soundcloud.
(March 4, 2020) The Gaslighter video can be viewed
at youtube. The video is directed by Seanne Farmer.
(February 28, 2020) The Dixie Chicks announced a
new single "Gaslighter" will be released on March 4th.
TV Appearance On
(February 26, 2020) The Dixie Chicks are scheduled
to appear on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on March 16th. HeadlinePlanet.com
(February 17, 2020) Natalie has been teasing fans
on her Instagram account with screenshots and video of what appears to be footage from a "Gaslighter" video. Rolling Stone magazine article
Voices For Justice
2019) The Dixie Chicks will be making a special appearance with Gary Clark Jr. on February 6, 2020 at Austin City Limits
Live at The Moody Theater. The event is a benefit for Proclaim Justice who works to win freedom for victims of wrongful conviction. Natalie is on the board of directors for Proclaim Justice.
Upcoming Appearance In New York City
(October 17,2019) The Dixie Chicks will make an appearance
at the 6th annual Ally Coalition Talent Show on December 12th at New York City's Town Hall.
of the co-founders of The Ally Coalition is Jack Antonoff, the producer of the Chicks' next album. The Ally Coalition
provides critical support for organizations dedicated to bettering the lives of LGBTQ youth and raises awareness about the
systemic inequalities facing the LGBTQ population. Billboard article
(September 19, 2019) Natalie was a guest on the "Spiritualgasm"
podcast today. She discussed the upcoming album which will be released in 2020. She mentioned that the tentative title
is Gaslighter. She also said this is the last album on their current Sony contract.