Dixie Chicks: Down-Home and Backstage

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Taylor Trade Publishing, 2000 - Music - 162 pages
In Dixie Chicks: Down-Home and Backstage, James L. Dickerson tells the behind-the-scenes story of the band, drawing from interviews with former band members, scores of insiders, and the band's enormous Internet fan base. This book recounts the early struggles to make it in the male-dominated country music world, the sometimes-fun and sometimes-wild adventures of life on the road, and the intimate details of the Chicks' evolution from bluegrass purists to country-pop divas.

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With an amazing amount of pluck, the Dixie Chicks made it to the top in ten years with their major-label debut, Wide Open Spaces (1998). Over the past two years, they have received a blitz of awards ... Read full review

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Acknowledgments
1 The Early Birds Get the Chicks 1
Thank Heavens for Dale Evans 17
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About the author (2000)

James L. Dickerson is the author of several books including "Last Suppers", "Dixie Chicks", & "That's Alright, Elvis". A veteran newspaper journalist, Dickerson lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

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