CHICKS ON 'AUSTIN CITY LIMITS'

Hot on the heels of their first-ever network television special, country music's Entertainers of the Year, the Dixie Chicks, make their next major national television appearance on PBS' Austin City Limits on Feb. 10, 2001 (check local listings). The Chicks' performance on the famous Austin City Limits stage is a full-tilt hour of honky-tonk excitement.

The trio's exhilarating performance on the show is a romp through just about everything off Fly, including the beautiful Patty Griffin-penned "Fly," the wickedly funny hit single "Goodbye Ear" and the No. 1 smash "Cowboy, Take Me Away."

The Dixie Chicks' sparkling Austin City Limits performance showcases the qualities that have resulted in their dramatic rise to the upper echelon of country music's top talent. With the unique combination of brilliant musicianship, sharp songwriting, fashionable good looks and dynamic stage charisma, it is understandable why critics have hailed the three Texans as the "shot in the arm" country music needed going into the new millennium.

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