Dixie Chicks Revisited: Wide Open Spaces

May 5, 2016 Kevin John Coyne 11

Released in 1998, Wide Open Spaces established the Dixie Chicks as superstars right out of the gate. It produced five top ten hits, including three #1 singles, and sold more than twelve million copies in the United States alone. It remains their biggest selling album to date. But is it among their best?

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Daily Top Five: Going Solo

May 22, 2015 Kevin John Coyne 10

Kristian Bush of Sugarland released his debut solo album this year, and the buzz on it has been good. Good enough, in fact, to inspire its own Daily Top Five! What are your favorite solo

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The Best Albums of 2014

December 31, 2014 Kevin John Coyne 10

2014 was a banner year for country music albums.   In addition to the predictably solid entries from the Americana, folk, and bluegrass scenes, some excellent albums also surfaced from the unlikeliest of sources: mainstream, radio-friendly

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The Best Singles of 1994, Part 2: #30-#21

December 9, 2014 Kevin John Coyne 7

The list continues with big hits from Clay Walker, Neal McCoy, and Mary Chapin Carpenter, along with should’ve been hits from Carlene Carter and Merle Haggard. #30 “Daddy Never was the Cadillac Kind” Confederate Railroad

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