CHICKS FILM SCREENS IN NASHVILLE

The new Dixie Chicks documentary movie, Shut Up & Sing, had an advance screening in Nashville, Thursday night, Nov. 2.

The movie played to a sold-out audience at Nashville’s historic Belcourt Theatre. It examines the fallout from lead singer Natalie Maines’ controversial comments about President Bush in 2003, and also takes viewers behind the scenes at band meetings and concerts. The partisan crowd at the theater laughed at some of Natalie’s jokes, while booing at a few of the political figures that are featured throughout, according to Nashville’s daily newspaper The Tennessean. Shut Up & Sing will hit theaters nationwide on Nov. 10.

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