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Title Shut up & sing : Dixie Chicks / the Weinstein Company presents a Cabin Creek Films production ; produced by David Cassidy ; co-produced by Claude Davies ; produced and directed by Barbara Kopple, Cecilia Peck.
Imprint [New York, N.Y.] : Weinstein Co., [2007]

Subject Dixie Chicks (Musical group)
Country musicians -- United States.
Freedom of speech -- United States.
Alt Name Cassidy, David, 1950-2017.
Davies, Claude.
Kopple, Barbara.
Peck, Cecilia.
Maines, Natalie.
Strayer, Emily, 1972-
Maguire, Martie, 1969-
Rubin, Rick.
Renshaw, S. (Simon)
Dixie Chicks (Musical group)
Weinstein Company.
Cabin Creek Films.
Add Title Shut up and sing
Description 1 videodisc (93 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
polychrome rdacc
System Details DVD ; Region 1 ; standard version ; Dolby Digital.
Note In English, with Spanish subtitles.
Performer Interviews with Natalie Maines, Emily Robison, Martie Maguire, Rick Rubin, Simon Renshaw.
Credits Cinematography, Christine Burrill ... [et al.] ; editors, Bob Eisenhardt ... [et al.].
Note DVD release of the 2006 production.
Audience MPAA rating: R, for language.
Summary Follow the Dixie Chicks, the top selling female band of all-time, through the now infamous anti-Bush comment made by the groups lead singer Natalie Maines in 2003. Follow the lives and careers of the Dixie Chicks over a period of three years during which they were under political attack and received death threats, while continuing to live their lives, have children, and make country music. At a time when the United States is fighting for democracy and freedom in another country, it raises questions about our own right to freedom of speech and the negative consequences it sometimes has.
ISBN 159444496X
ISBN/ISSN 796019799294
Publisher # 79929 Weinstein Company
OCLC # 84741933

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