CHICKS DOCUMENTARY SET FOR FILM FESTIVAL

The Dixie Chicks are the subject for a documentary film that will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.

The film, Dixie Chicks––Shut Up and Sing, addresses the anti-President Bush comment lead vocalist Natalie Maines at a 2003 London concert and how it affected the trio’s lives and their music. It also follows the threesome from their success in country music through the writing and recording of their first album since the controversy, Taking the Long Way. The prestigious film festival runs from Sept. 7 through Sept. 16.

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