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The group appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show to discuss the severe backlash they experienced, explaining that it went beyond people no longer wanting to buy their CDs and quickly escalated into people sending them near-constant death threats.
Even if The Chicks didn't exactly experience the runaway success they had known before the controversy, the single was an undeniable success.
It hit No. All Rights Reserved. The Way Natalie Maines Ruined Her Career In Seconds. Natalie Maines is known as an American singer, musician, and activist.
She is most famous for being the lead vocalist of the Dixie Chicks. Natalie Louise Maines was born on October 14, in Lubbock, Texas.
Her mother is Tina May Maines and her father , Lloyd Maines is a producer and country musician. She went to the Williams Elementary School in Lubbock.
During elementary school, she told her second-grade teacher that she didn't need to learn mathematics because she was going to be a star.
She then attended O. Slaton Junior High School where she was a cheerleader. In , she graduated from Lubbock High School where she was active in the school choir.
While growing up as a child in conservative Texas, she was a rebel that stood out. As a teenager, she thought differently by standing up for minorities.
Her studies were heavily focused on radio. At South Plains College, she was into alternative rock, rhythm and blues, and rock'n'roll. In December , she got a scholarship at the Berklee College of Music.
Before the completion of her studies, she dropped out from Berkelee. At Texas Tech University, she did a summer course in on Introductory Wildlife but attended only one class.
Maines is a friend of Howard Stern and has made several appearances on his show. On May 7, , Maines released a solo album entitled Mother.
The album was co-produced by Ben Harper. The album contains Maines's interpretation of several cover songs, including Pink Floyd 's "Mother" , Eddie Vedder 's "Without You", and Jeff Buckley 's "Lover, You Should've Come Over".
She also sings about motherhood, feminism , and painful relationships. In , Maines married her South Plains College boyfriend, bassist Michael Tarabay, and the couple moved to Nashville , Tennessee.
Within two years they filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences. Maines met actor Adrian Pasdar in May at the wedding of bandmate Emily Erwin to Charlie Robison.
Maines and Pasdar married on June 24, , at A Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas. In July , Maines filed for divorce from Pasdar, citing irreconcilable differences.
The divorce was finalized in December Natalie Maines is a devout listener of Howard Stern and passionate fan of his Wack Pack. Maines practices Transcendental Meditation.
While lead singer for the Dixie Chicks, Maines has been involved in several situations of a controversial nature. In August , Maines criticized fellow country musician Toby Keith 's song " Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue ".
In March , Maines commented that the Dixie Chicks were "ashamed the President of the United States is from Texas.
Maines had a public feud with fellow country music superstar Toby Keith over the chart-topping country hit "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue", as well as a comment Maines made about U.
Bush during a March Dixie Chicks concert in London. Maines publicly criticized Keith's song "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue" by saying, "I hate it.
It's ignorant, and it makes country music sound ignorant. It targets an entire culture—and not just the bad people who did bad things.
You've got to have some tact. Anybody can write, 'We'll put a boot in your ass. She has never written anything that has been a hit"  and, "That's what I do—I write songs.
After Maines commented at a March Dixie Chicks concert at the Shepherd's Bush Empire theatre in London that the Chicks didn't want the Iraq War and were "ashamed" President Bush "was from Texas", Keith's " Shock'n Y'all " tour began displaying a backdrop showing a doctored photo of Maines with Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein.
In August , Keith publicly declared that he was done feuding with Maines, explaining, "You know, a best friend of mine It seemed so insignificant.
I said, 'Enough is enough. People try to make everything black and white. I didn't start this battle. They started it with me; they came out and just tore me up.
One thing I've never, ever done, out of jealousy or anything else, is to bash another artist and their artistic license. In the documentary Dixie Chicks: Shut Up and Sing , backstage footage prior to her appearance wearing the F.
On March 10, , nine days before the invasion of Iraq, the Dixie Chicks performed at the Shepherds Bush Empire theater in London, England, UK.
It was the first concert of their Top of the World Tour in support of their sixth album, Home. Bush was from Texas.
Many American country music listeners supported the war, and Maines's remark triggered a backlash in the United States. At the first US concert after Maines's comment, she said from the stage, "They told me that you may not come, but I knew you'd come because we have the greatest fans in the whole wide world.
Subsequently, security was heightened at all concert venues and metal detectors were installed where possible. Maines described the threat as "scary because It was somebody who obviously thought they had a plan.
On May 21, , while promoting the release of the album Taking the Long Way , Maines recanted her apology to President Bush, saying, "I don't feel that way anymore.
I don't feel he is owed any respect whatsoever. If people are going to ask me to apologize based on who I am I don't know what to do about that.
I can't change who I am. Maines says she is not looking for more battles but that "The Incident", as it is referred to by the Chicks, reminded her of how she "felt in high school: to be angry, to be sure that you're right and that the things you do matter.
You don't realize that you're not feeling those feelings until you do. And then you realize how much more interesting life is. Two documentaries, Protesting the Dixie Chicks and Shut Up And Sing , deal with the controversy surrounding Maines's comment and the ensuing fallout.
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