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May 23, 2006

Moultrie -- The Controversial Dixie Chicks are back. Today the group released their first album since 2003, when in England, lead singer Natalie Maines said she was ashamed President Bush was from Texas.

A lot of country music fans and music store owners have boycotted their music, but not Mike Crosby. He owns Downtown Music in Moultrie, and says the Dixie Chicks have the right to say whatever they want.

Crosby says if his customers want the Dixie Chicks new album, he'll make sure to have it in stock. "With the new one, we'll probably bring it in just in case, because they've still got fans that's going to be asking for it, so yeah, we'll be stocking it."

The Dixie Chicks new album, Taking the Long Way, is the top seller today on Amazon.com.

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