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Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines Debuts Solo Single Without You!

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Wonderful news, y'all!

Former Dixie Chicks frontwoman Natalie Maines — whose voice is always infused with POWER and passion — has decided to record a solo album and is calling it Mother!!

Take a good long listen to the album's first single Without You (above).

SO nice to hear those sweet, southern vocals singing new material once more. We've had a Natalie Maines sized hole in our heart for too long!

Mother smashes into digital and physical shelves May 7th… SO excited to gobble up allll of Natalie's musical treats!

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11 comments to “Dixie Chicks' Natalie Maines Debuts Solo Single Without You!”

  1. Ron says – reply to this


    Without You is a cover of an Eddie Vedder song off his solo album "Ukulele Songs".

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    She's an artist who has to discover other avenues of her talent. Also I have to add and if she reads this she will understand we love her in Austin and she knows that. It will always be her for her forever.

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    She is an artist learning more about her talent. She has a wonderful and gifted voice. I also have to say and she would understand that she is loved in Austin and knows its always a special place.

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    I love her. I'm not a country music person, but her attitude win me over. I like her music and the Dixie Chicks.

  6. J says – reply to this


    This is an Eddie Vedder song which she is covering. Not her own.

  7. HeavyFlo says – reply to this


    Although I think she achieves perfection when paired with Emily and Martie, this solo album is a good sign that Natalie is ready to make nice with her beautiful voice once again.

  8. KCee says – reply to this


    This arrangement does nothing to showcase her powerful vocals, have to admit I don't think it's the best choice to launch her comeback with…seems really disjointed musically. I'm a big fan of her previous work, and look forward to hearing some new material.

  9. Cat says – reply to this


    *yawn* Next!

  10. mik1 says – reply to this


    Her voice is still GREAT but didnt like the loudness of the guitar on this song.

  11. Amanda says – reply to this


    Thanks for the post! been excited about Natalie's album for a while. You can listen to it now: