Dixie Chicks-Top of the World Tour Live

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Top Of The World Tour Live was recorded live on-stage during the North American leg of the Dixie Chicks historic 2003 world tour, which consisted of 79 shows in North America, Europe and Australia. The album and DVD bring together definitive performances of songs from all three of the Dixie Chicks multi-platinum albums: 1998’s Wide […]

Top Of The World Tour Live was recorded live on-stage during the North American leg of the Dixie Chicks historic 2003 world tour, which consisted of 79 shows in North America, Europe and Australia. The album and DVD bring together definitive performances of songs from all three of the Dixie Chicks multi-platinum albums: 1998’s Wide Open Space (the best-selling debut album in country music history), 1999’s Fly (the first album by a country group to debut at #1 on the Billboard Top 200) and 2002’s Home (which earned the Dixie Chicks the distinction of being the first country group and the first female group, in the SoundScan era, to have had two #1 debuts on the Billboard 200). The 2 CD version of Top Of The World Tour Live features 22 songs by the Dixie Chicks while the DVD showcases 18 songs and includes the bonus video, Top Of The World. Shortly after the Dixie Chicks announced the group’s Top Of The World tour at a press conference in New York on February 20, 2003, the buzz was on. The group rapidly sold more than 1 million tickets for the 66 North American shows on the Top Of The World itinerary, with 51 shows selling out completely on the first day of sales. In fact, first day’s sales for the Top Of The World tour–some 867,000 tickets–were the largest in music history, eclipsing records set by Madonna, U2, the Rolling Stones, the Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC, and Paul McCartney. Along the Top Of The World tour route, the Dixie Chicks were met by cheering fans and a fervent press. ….when the Dixie Chicks step onstage, wrote Dave Ferman while reviewing a Dallas performance for the Star-Telegram, all is right with their world — and with their fans’….They received a fitting welcome from a sold-out American Airlines crowd — which is to say, the all-ages/more-women-than-men audience went crazy from the beginning of the first song, Goodbye Earl, and hardly let up all night. Maverick defiance has

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