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Dixie Chicks at the Majestic Theatre (1992)

Jim Ruddy

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This footage, taped by Director Jim Ruddy for “Entertainment Tonight”, captures scenes of the Dixie Chicks in their original lineup playing at the Majestic Theatre in Dallas, Texas on May 1, 1992 for the release party of their album, “Little Ol’ Cowgirl”. Original band members Martie Erwin, Emily Erwin, Laura Lynch, and Robin Lynn Macy play bluegrass and country songs for an enthusiastic audience. In this clip, the Texas band plays a traditional bluegrass song then adapts Ray Charles, “Hallelujah, I Love Her So” to their country version - “Hallelujah, I Love Him So.” Ruddy also captures up-close scenes of the women’s boots, tapping in rhythm to the music. Martie Erwin can be seen on the fiddle, Emily Erwin on the banjo, Lynch on upright bass and lead vocals, and Macy on guitar and lead vocals.