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Dixie Chicks will release their new album Gaslighter on 1st May 2020.The multi-platinum Country group has teamed up with Jack Antonoff for their first album in almost 14 years. The first single off the album is the title track, a power anthem with unapologetic lyrics.Watch the music video below:The video for the track was directed by Seanne Farmer. It depicts the militant strength of women through the centuries and the unbreakable bond they create through any of life’s unforeseen circumstances.Dixie Chicks is the biggest-selling US female band of all-time. They have sold more than 30.5 million albums and have multiple diamond selling (10 million copies) releases under their belts. They have won 13 Grammy Awards, six Billboard Music Awards, four American Music Awards, and numerous Country Music Association AwardsThe band recently collaborated with Taylor Swift on Soon You’ll Get Better, a track from Swift’s seventh studio album, Lover.
About Connatix V56892 360p About Connatix V56892 Auto (360p) Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Kyle Walter is the Program Manager for the new Tech High School. He says artificial turf is becoming an extremely popular thing for high school athletics. Since it’s basically maintenance free.”Performance sometimes is a choice. Maintenance wise you have no mowing, no striping. It’s game ready for football, soccer, lacrosse, all the stripes are a part of the field already.”The field is actually only held down by some staples around the perimeter and a large amount of sand and rubber in the turf itself.The new home of Tiger football will hold about 2,000 fans.The district’s goal with the new high school is to create as much collaboration and community as possible among students as they progress through their higher education.When finished, the new Tech will hold about 1,600 students. The city of St. Cloud is also planning to turn the nearby Neena Creek area, which the field overlooks, into a park.Photos of the New Tech Football FieldPhoto: Richard Leguil, WJON’Tigers’ Endzone Logo at new Tech FieldImage 1 of 8Share This Photo: Share On FacebookShare On TwitterPhoto: Richard Leguil, WJON’Tigers’ Endzone Logo at new Tech FieldPhoto: Richard Leguil, WJON’Tigers’ Endzone Logo at new Tech FieldImage 1 of 8Photo: Richard Leguil, WJONGet the WJON app ST. CLOUD — Our latest update on the new high schools being built takes a look at the facility that will allow Tech Tiger football to be able to play their home games… on their actual home turf.Since Clark Field was shut down to varsity football in 2012, the Tigers have played home games at both St. John’s University and St. Cloud State University. Clark Field is still used for JV and practice, along with other, smaller games. 720p HD 1080p HD 1/1