Are the Dixie Chicks trying to lure Beyoncé into the country world? Getty Images
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The Dixie Chicks have definitely gotten Beyoncé fever since the superstar released her visual album, “Lemonade.” The trio included a cover of Bey’s new country-flavored song, “Daddy Lessons,” during their show in Manchester, England on April 30.

The performance did have a little hiccup, though. Lead singer Natalie Maines didn’t come in on time during part of the performance, but she laughed it off saying, “I already messed this whole thing up.”

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Natalie also threw some love Beyoncé’s way via Twitter praising a certain track on “Lemonade.”


Natalie tweeted, “‘Sand Castles’ off of Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’ is the most vulnerable and honest vocal I have heard since I don’t know when. Just perfect.”

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If Beyoncé is planning some kind of country element to her career, it doesn’t seem like she’s in a hurry to get to Nashville. Her planned May 5 show at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium has been postponed. A new date has not yet been announced.

Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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