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The Chicks Drops New Album 'Gaslighter' - Stream & Download Now!

The Chicks (the group previously known as the Dixie Chicks) is back with brand new music and you can listen to their new album Gaslighter right here!

The country music trio – Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer, and Martie Maguire – teamed up with pop producer Jack Antonoff and songwriters like Justin Tranter, Julia Michaels, and Teddy Geiger for the new album.

The “title track is a trademark Chicks kiss-off that could as easily be addressing a jealous ex as the current US president.”

“We were always thinking and writing about that stuff,” Strayer told Apple Music about the parallels between the music and various political issues, “but the news kind of caught up to what we were already talking about—whether it was the #MeToo movement or what’s happening right now with Black Lives Matter. So it was coincidental in a way, but I think those things are cyclical. They might be the newest news stories, but they’ve always been here.”

You can download the album now on iTunes or stream it below thanks to Spotify.

Dixie Chicks On Being The First Targets Of 'Cancel Culture': 'It Can Ruin People’s Lives'

Dixie Chicks make a special appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, airing Monday (March 16), and open up about their comeback.

The ladies – Martie Maguire, Emily Robison and Natalie Maines – chat about their hiatus from music and what it was like to be among the first celebrities to feel the impact of “cancel culture.”

“I think we were one of the first people to feel that cancel culture,” Natalie tells Ellen. “What we said back then, or what I said back then, would not even be a thing today because it was really mild compared to what people say today.”

“But you know, on one hand everyone’s got this platform where they can say whatever they want to say,” Natalie continues. “But on the other hand this platform can move really quickly and ruin people’s lives.”

Later, the Dixie Chicks play “Who Would Natalie Rather?” to help their bandmate find a potential suitor, and hit the stage for a special performance of the title track off their first studio album in 14 years, “Gaslighter.”

Click inside to watch more of Dixie Chicks’ appearance on Ellen…More Here! »

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Dixie Chicks Confirm a New Album is Coming Soon

Amazing news for fans of the Dixie Chicks – they have new music coming soon!

The girl group is currently working with producer Jack Antonoff and they took to Instagram to tease fans about the new music.

Natalie Maines posted a video of her, Emily Robison, Martie Maguire, and Jack using the Snapchat baby filter to announced, “Dixie Chicks. Album. Coming. Someday.”

It has been 13 years since the Dixie Chicks released their previous album Taking the Long Way, which won Grammys for Album of the Year and Best Country Album.

Beyonce: 'Daddy Lessons' ft. Dixie Chicks - Stream & Download!

Beyonce has released a new version of her song “Daddy Lessons” featuring the Dixie Chicks after teaming up with them for an epic CMA Awards performance!

The awesome new recording is now available as a free download on and for streaming on SoundCloud, which you can hear below.

“Daddy Lessons,” a song from Bey‘s latest album Lemonade, has a lot of country influence and many people thought it should have received a CMA nomination.

At the end of the recording, which appears to be a live version, one of the ladies tells Bey, “I hope you secretly recorded that.”

Well, it looks like she was, luckily for all of us!

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Beyonce Rocks Out on Stage with the Dixie Chicks at CMA Awards 2016!

Beyonce hits the stage to perform at the 2016 CMA Awards held at the Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday (November 2) in Nashville, Tenn.

The 35-year-old entertainer was joined on stage by the Dixie ChicksNatalie Maines, Emily Robinson, and Martie Maguire – where the ladies performed “Daddy Lessons” off of Beyonce‘s hit album Lemonade.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Beyonce

This is the first time Beyonce has performed at the CMA Awards.

Check out the full list of winners from tonight’s CMAs here!

10+ pictures inside of Beyonce and The Dixie Chicks performing at the CMA Awards

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Dixie Chicks Announce 2016 U.S. 'MMXVI' Reunion Tour Dates

The Dixie Chicks are heading back on the road together for their first tour in the United States in ten years!

The ladies – Natalie Maines and sisters Emily Robison and Martie Maguire – will kick off the DCX MMXVI World Tour on June 1 in Cincinnati, Ohio and wrap it up on October 10 in Los Angeles.

The last time the Dixie Chicks released an album – 2006′s Taking the Long Way – they won five Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year and Record of the Year and Song of the Year for “Not Ready to Make Nice.”

Click inside for the full list of tour dates… More Here! »

Dixie Chicks: 'It Gets Better' Video

Martie Maguire and Emily Robinson of the Dixie Chicks, and more recently the Court Yard Hounds, speak out against bullying in support of the It Gets Better project.

Lots of celebrities have lent their support to the campaign after the recent suicides of multiple gay youth who were being bullied because of their orientation.

“If you are being bullied or teased for any reason, we want you to know that it does get better,” they said. “We can’t necessarily put ourselves in your shoes, but we do know from experience that being true to yourself and sticking to what your believe in and who you are, no matter what people say or think about you takes strength… we admire your strength and it does get better.”

Dixie Chicks Support the “It Gets Better” Project