replaced video August 26, 2013
A documentary on the Dixie Chicks in the wake of singer Natalie Maines’ anti-George W. Bush statement at a 2003 concert.
Directed by Barbara Kopple, Cecilia Peck. Starring Natalie Maines, Emily Robison, Martie Maguire.
Billy B was the Dixie Chicks makeup artist during this time. He was with the Dixie Chicks in London and created the look of the Tour.
I watched this on a movie channel . I feel we have freedom of speech in this country because we ALL are so diffrent from each other . We aren’t capable of standing as one, I can’t think of anything that our country as a COMPLETE whole agree on! Which is , by the way,why our forefathers left thier countries,right! To be able to have the RIGHTS we have.
So I , PERSONALLY ,feel Natilie choose to use her RIGHT of FREEDOM OF SPEECH, made her MORE AMERICAN < than those who remained too quite!!!!!! It is 2007….look at us now….how ashamed are we??? If more would speak up , we MIGHT get our troops to NEW ORLEANS to help ourselves.
JUST MY VIEW………………
Thanks for uploading this!! Such an amazing journey for those girls. True representaion of sticking to your guns when the chips are down. Amazing friendship in such adversity. We need more people like this in the world at this time!!
So..I finally found this online. Well thanks. I love the Chicks and I love this movie. So thank you for putting this up on the internet. Many thanks again.
the day their new album came out i wentout and bought it freedom of speech is somthing i take to heart !!!!!! hell i could go to jail for what i say about the war!!!!! and i voted for bush so god only knows what i was drinking that day!!!!!!!! i love them and i hope they never change!!!!!!