Welcome to my Dixie Chicks acoustic guitar covers page where you'll find a collection of demo covers, free chord sheets, rhythm tips and if required,
full lesson tutorials available for purchase to assist you in learning some great country tunes by The Dixie Chicks. I've also included below
The Dixie Chicks album covers so you can see where the songs originated.
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This song hails from the album "Wide Open Spaces" released back in 1998.
The song was written by Maria McKee but the song was never released as a single from this album.
This song was never released by the group but is a popular number. It can be found on their 1999 album "Fly"
This track can be found on The Chicks "Home" album from 2002. The song was never released as a single.
The Chicks scored a #2 hit with this song from the 2002 album "Home". Many will recognize this one as an old Darrell Scott bluegrass number. He recorded this one himself in 2000.
The Dixie Chicks also has a cross over #7 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and picked up a Grammy for this one also.
This number is also from the "Wide Open Spaces" album of 1998. Rita Coolidge and Kris Kristofferson released this one as a duet back in 1973. Dobie Gray and Petula Clark also covered this song.
There were four singles from this album but this song was not one of them.
This number was one of the singles from the 1998 album "Wide Open Spaces" and did reach #1 on the US country charts and #3 in Canada. It was the trios first #1 song.
And the song also won a Grammy for best Country Performance by a Duo Or Vocal Group. A Music video also helped promote the song.
This number was not officially released as a single but did reach #57 on the US charts because it got some traction from their appearance at the 2001 CMA show.
This is the title track from the 1998 album of the same name and a song that reached #1 in Canada and the US.
This song was written by Susan Gibson, who went on the record this song with her group The Groobees. It happened that the record producer was Natalie Maines father.
He of course liked the song and passed it to The Chicks who took the song to the top of the charts and won a CMAA Single Of The Year in 1999.
This song peaked at #1 in 2001 but is from their 1999 album "Fly". Lead singer Natalie Maines co-wrote this one which also crossed over onto the Billboard Hot Charts at #31.
There was a music video for this song but it's not one they play often in concert.
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