Shut Up & Sing captures three tumultuous years in the life of a band, a war and a presidency—all undergoing wild reversals offortune.
This riveting documentary is in the same league as Gimme Shelter and Don’t Look Back.
Beautifully directed, it shows how a casual Bush-bashing remark divorced the bestselling Dixie Chicks from their audience—and made them a better band. A chick flick to make you laugh, cry and cheer. Brian D. Johnson
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