Trigger Random Notes Comments. The comments at the concert beginning a Dixie Chicks world tour sparked off possibly the biggest black balling in the history of American music. Spoken 10 days before the beginning of the Iraq War, the backlash took the Dixie Chicks from the biggest concert draw in country music to relative obscurity in country music in a matter of weeks. Despite numerous clarifications and apologies from Natalie Maines and the Dixie Chicks, a full on boycott of their music was called for by pro-Bush, pro-war, and pro-American groups. Radio stations who played any Dixie Chicks songs were immediately bombarded with phone calls and emails blasting the station and threats of boycotts if they continued.
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Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. The Dixie Chicks released a song this week after a year hiatus, but despite the release, the trio revealed they feel left out of the country music industry. The band, comprised of Natalie Maines, Emily Robison and Martie Maguire, flew under the radar for over the last decade. Now, they are setting the record straight about the backlash that halted their career.
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