Dixie Chicks At Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
One of the most well-known and established names in female country music would be the thirteen-time Grammy-winning Dixie Chicks. Founded by Laura Lynch, Robin Lynn Macy and Martie and Emily Erwin in 1989, the Dixie Chicks strongly represent the bluegrass and country sounds in their long list of successful songs and albums. They recorded their first album, Thank Heavens for Dale Evans in 1990. In 1992, Macy left the band after their second album to focus on a “purer” bluegrass sound. In 1995, Lunch was replaced with singer Natalie Maines. The new lineup of the Dixie Chicks created a more contemporary sound and an updated look.