Dixie Chicks Tickets
Dixie Chicks Vegas Concert Tickets
The famous Texan trio, Dixie Chicks will be performing in Las Vegas, at the T-Mobile Arena on Saturday 16th of July 2016. The country rock legends will be reunited for their upcoming World Tour 2016 and they will visit 40 cities across the United States and Canada. The rock anticipated Dixie Chicks tour will kick off on June 1, 2016, in Cincinnati, Ohio, and the tour will continue in other cities too. The trio has largely gone its separate ways in the last decade, with solo projects as well as other musical detours, but they got back together in order to hit the road again for an unforgettable world tour. The Dixie Chicks Vegas will also head to a number of European cities, like Zurich, Amsterdam, Birmingham and many more. So, if you are a classic rock or bluegrass fan, don't miss the opportunity to see these amazing girls performing live on stage.
The Dixie Chicks Vegas Show
It will be a solidlly entertaining night from some of the most talented women in country music today. From guitars to fiddles, this trio will be performing on the stage with instruments of increasing ambiguity, wowing their audience with their amazing singing and performing talent. The Dixie Chicks Vegas will be singing some of their most loved hits from the famous 'Ready to Run' to the most loved one, the 'Goodbye Earl' and the 'Travellin' Soldier'. You will feel something very nostalgic about their music, that will make you dance and sing all night, proving that country music is most certainly not a genre run by men. In fact, these three girls are very powerful and charismatic on stage. Moreover, if you'll happen to attend the Dixie Chicks Vegas show, you will hear also classic songs along with some tracks from their most recent album 'Taking the Long Way'. These girls are really very charismatic and they have been known for putting their own magic touch on tracks by other artists.
Natalie Maines, Emily Robison and Martie Seidel have taken their original Texan banjo vocal harmonies into something more. They were a rare group, that comes along just a few times in a generation, that is destined to change music bits, rewrite the music and become the new trend-setters in the world of music. All of them played instruments and sang at the same time in their various performances. Their first album, by the name 'Wide Open Spaces', was the biggest selling album ever in the country. In addition, they made over 6 million sales with their second well-known album 'Fly'. The amazing number of sales they made only demonstrate the fact that they don't only made an incredible true country music art by their own, but they also have won over many audiences all over the world.
Their first years as a band
Formed in 1989, Dixie Chicks was an American country, folk and Texan swing group, which succeeded to win 13 Grammy Awards and until today has sold over 30 million records throughout the world all these years, hailing from Texas, Dallas, in the United States of America. The group was originally comprised of upright bass player Laura Lynch, Robin Lynn Macy as a guitarist and multi-instrumentalist sisters Emily and Martie Erwin and their band was named after the song 'Dixie Chicken' of Lowell George. At the beginning they performed a great number of shows around the Texas area, in which the Dixie Chicks found their own form. In fact they even inherited $10,000 from the daughter of Senator John Tower, by the name Penny Cook, in order to record their debut album. She was very generous with them and that's how the manage to made their first album. The result was their first album by the name 'Thank Heavens for Dale Evans' in 1990, which while failing to cause a stir, it was actually followed by the amazing Christmas single 'Home on the Radar Range'.
New group formation
In 1992 Robin Lynn Macy decided to leave the group because she wasn't happy with the contemporary direction of the band, following the release of their sophomore album 'little Ol' Cowgirl'. In fact she devoted herself to a more bluegrass sounds and she remained active in Dallas area. At that time it was Laura Lynch who took over subsequently the main vocal responsibilities of the group for the 1992 'Shouldn't a Told You That' after Dixie Chicks signed with Sony Music Entertainment. In fact, this song was proved to be Lynch's final release with this band and she was eventually replaced by Natalie Maines. More specifically, she brought with her a new and broader appeal to the group, with more rock and blues influences. After thatn the major label debut for the band was the single 'I Can Love You Better', which was the first at Top 10 at the US Country Singles Charts. They began to be a lot of famous and each day they gained more fans. Their third full lenght album 'Wide Open Spaced' actually solve more than 12 million copies and was accompanied by the great singles, like 'You Were Mine', 'Wide Open Spaces and 'Where's Your Trouble'. By then they had already began to build their fan base, won also the prize for best band at Bluegrass Festival.
This gave the band a new record in 1998; the Horizon Award along with their first Grammy Award in 1999 for the Best Country Album. They also debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200. In August 1999 they released the album by the name 'Fly', with some amazing singles, which sold over 10 million copies. This album marked the group and it made to be the most successful country acts in the history of the United States.
Since 1993 the band was inactive and haven't made any tours around the world and as a result they have not released any album with new material. Their last album was 'Taking the Long Way' in 2006. Now they decided to group up together for this special Dixie Chicks Vegas Tour. So, if you wish to see them performing with their charismatic voices and appearance on stage, this is your chance to live all the excitement with their amazing instruments and sounds. They will be rocking at Las Vegas for an incredible show.