Dixie Chicks Pictures

A service of The All-Inclusive Dixie Chicks Page

If you haven't visited The All-Inclusive Dixie Chicks Page, you may have not even known that the Dixie Chicks existed prior to their first major-label release, Wide Open Spaces. And if you've spent any time surfing the Dixie Chicks Webring, you've had a chance to see literally hundreds of pictures (of varying quality) of the new all-blonde Chicks.

[Original Chicks, 29K JPEG, CD back cover]
Robin, Emily, Laura, and Martie, from the CD Little Ol' Cowgirl
But the original Dixie Chicks had an entirely different look. They used to be an "All Cowgirl Band", and dressed accordingly. Anyone who has watched CMT lately can tell you that that's not "mainstream," and the change to Shania-style duds was an inevitable part of the road to success. And Natalie hated the frilly look, saying "The only thing I knew for sure was that I wasn't going to wear those cowgirl clothes." (People, 9/28/98).

Like it or not, Natalie, these clothes are part of the history of the Dixie Chicks... brought to you in color by your friends at The All-Inclusive Dixie Chicks Page!

Tech Note: This page is bandwidth-friendly. Lots of text, no big images. The pictures themselves are only a click away. Other Dixie Chicks picture sites may want to consider this layout... please! A 33.3k connection can only stand so much stress!

Pictures of the Dixie Chicks

Last update: 10/13/1999


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