DIXIE CHICKS & SONY TOGETHER AGAIN

Nearly a year after accusing their record label of "systematic thievery," the Dixie Chicks said Monday they have settled their legal dispute with Sony Music Entertainment, clearing the way for an August release of their new album.

Details of the agreement are being kept secret, however, the Los Angeles Times reported the Grammy-winning recording stars signed a new contract with Sony giving them a $20 million advance but the Chicks must reimburse $15 million in marketing costs before they collect royalties from album sales according to the Times.

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