Knowledge Identifier: +Natalie_Maines
Born in 1974.
Countries: United States (33%), United Kingdom (28%), Texas (17%)
Linked to: The Daily Telegraph, Berklee College of Music, Texas Tech University, Columbia Records
Maines was a cheerleader while attending O.L. Slaton Junior High School, and graduated in 1992 from Lubbock, Texas High School where she had participated in the school choir
In December 1994, Maines auditioned for and received a full vocal scholarship to Berklee College of Music
Lloyd Maines - As the father of Natalie Maines, lead singer of the Dixie Chicks, he was instrumental in bringing the current lineup of bandmates together in 1995, which jump-started their sudden popularity and change in sound
Emily Robison - Lynch, thrust into the position of sole lead singer, was replaced by the sisters in 1995 with singer composer Natalie Maines after the group was unable to garner anything more than local interest
The Dixie Chicks first worked with Sheryl Crow in 1999 while performing for the concert tour Lilith Fair
Maines and Pasdar married on June 24, 2000 at The Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, Nevada for 55 dollars
Emily Robison - With Natalie Maines taking a break from music, "Rolling Stone" magazine announced in January 2010 that Emily and sister Martie have formed a side project called the Court Yard Hounds, with Robison as lead vocalist
Eddie Vedder - On their August 19, 2011, release, Vedder and Natalie Maines attended the release hearing and arranged a celebration party for them afterwards
Ben Harper - In December 2012, it was announced that Ben Harper had co-produced lead vocalist Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks first solo rock album "Mother"