4 Shut Up And Sing The Praises Of The Dixie Chicks!InigoMontoya | 19/09/2007 | See all InigoMontoya's reviews (64)Top 100 Reviewer Top 100 DVD Reviewer In a concert in London Natalie Maines, lead singer of the biggest selling all-female band in the world The Dixie Chicks, quipped "Just so you know we're ashamed that the president of the United States comes from the state of Texas" and within 24 hours they found themselves in a political and PR nightmare!I first became a fan of The Dixie Chicks back in 2003 when I heard the song "Travelin Soldier" and soon bought their album "Home" and fell in love with them but I knew nothing about them (except that they were pretty hot and did great music) so this documentary was great to see as it follows the 3 members Natalie Maines, Emily Robison & Marti Monahan lives across the 3 years between the statement made and their next album, current album - "Taking The Long Way". It's actually really cool because now I am totally in love with Natalie Maines, she's friggin' awesome! The 3 girls struglle to figure things out as radio stations refuse to play their music, people try and boycott their shows & even former "fans" smash up their CDs ala Alanis Morrisette!This documentary is fundementally about the band and how close they are and how they are a family that banded together but this is also about free-speech, where I do believe that that free speech bell that Americans love to ring is a double edged sword Natalie Maines making a lil fun of Dubya doesnt warrant people wanting to tie the girls to a bomb on it's way to Iraq! If nothing else this documentary disturbingly portrays just how dangerous over-patriotic Americans can be.It's a fantastic documentary that's interesting, captures your attention and slightly pissed me off getting to know more about Maines' personality and then also realising she's married, but I digress. You dont have to be a fan of The Dixie Chicks to enjoy this documentary but if you are a fan you'll enjoy the soundtrack!