The Dixie Chicks are back at it. They just released an awesome new music video of their spirited live performance of “Not Ready To Make Nice." The group's feisty vibes comes through in this production in classic Dixie Chicks' fashion, who are all about bringin' the fire with their passionate performances.
The video is a teaser clip from a very special event happening on Monday, August 7, for one night only – Dixie Chicks' DCX MMXVI Tour will be hitting movie theaters for a unique country music experience! Bringing a tour to the big screen isn't something that has been done much, but in today's world of experiential technology, they might be on to something.
The one-night screening will feature a whole set of fan-favorites by the dynamic band — including “Not Ready To Make Nice," “Wide Open Spaces," a surprising cover of Beyoncé's “Daddy Lessons," and a spirited performance of “Goodbye Earl."
“Goodbye Earl" has long been a popular tune by the Dixie Chicks, and is the perfect song to play live. Even Little Big Town recently covered the song with guest star Miranda Lambert in a recent show for their residency at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, watch HERE.
Dixie Chicks MMXVI promo.
This was no doubt a smart move by The Dixie Chicks to drum up excitement for their movie theater debut by releasing early footage of “Not Ready To Make Nice." The 2006 hit reached No. 4 on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100. That's quite a feat, and it's exactly why fans can't wait to see the engaging group take over the movie screen.
Be sure to catch The Dixie Chicks “live" on their DCX MMXVI Tour in movie theaters across the country tonight, August 7!