Matthew Leimkuehler, Nashville Tennessean
Published 3: 48 p.m. ET April 21, 2020
Country tune fans who waited 14 years for a brand recent Dixie Chicks album must wait a runt longer.
The award-winning nation trio postponed the free up of recent album “Gaslighter” to an unannounced future date, The Tennessean confirmed Tuesday. The album used to be enlighten to fall Might perchance also just 1 by Columbia Records.
The community joins a rising listing of nation and Americana artists — including Luke Bryan and Margo Sign — to effect off album releases all the procedure in which by the COVID-19 global pandemic.
In March, the Dixie Chicks — that contains Martie Maguire, Emily Strayer and Natalie Maines — returned after a approach decade-and-a-half of hiatus, releasing the album’s title monitor.
A-listing studio hand Jack Antonoff co-produced “Gaslighter” with the band.
No topic rabid popularity in the slack 1990s and early 2000s, nation radio shunned The Dixie Chicks in 2003 after Maines brazenly spoke out in opposition to then-U.S.President George W. Bush.
A 13-time Grammy Award-winning outfit, marquee Dixie Chicks songs consist of “Vast Beginning Spaces,” “Goodbye Earl” and “Travelin’ Soldier.” The community final released an album, “Taking The Long System,” in 2006.
Taylor Swift featured The Dixie Chicks final year on “Soon Possibilities are you’ll maybe maybe Secure Better,” an album lower off her recent fat-size, “Lover.”
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