The Dixie Chicks have returned — and you can expect that they will be making more political statements. That’s exactly what they did in Ohio when they displayed a large picture of Donald Trump with markings on his face. Do you think the Dixie should just go away or do you welcome them with open arms?
The Dixie Chicks kicked off the American leg of their DCX MMXVI world tour in Ohio with not-so-subtle imagery that appeared to show their feelings about the upcoming presidential election.
While performing Goodbye Earl from their 1999 album, Fly, during a Wednesday show in Cincinnati, a video montage was screened featuring a photo of Trump with devil horns, a mustache and goatee.
The band, made up of Natalie Maines, Emily Robison Strayer and Martie Maguire, performed the song about two friends who murder an abusive husband in front of the defaced Trump backdrop.
The use of the vandalized image of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee is not the first time the musical trio have been outspoken about conservative politics, AOL reported.
The image that appeared on Wednesday recalled the controversial time back in 2003, during a Dixie Chicks show in London, when Maines slammed George W Bush for his plans to invade Iraq.
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