I'm a huge Kelly Clarkson fan. I think she's great.
I don't think I set out to have a career in female groups, but it's just kind of happened, and by nature of having worked with my sister - growing up with a sister who also plays, and being in communication with other female musicians.
I want to be playing music, and I want to be a great mom, and I want to do everything.
I just know that I could never spend a winter in Chicago or some place like that. I'm just not a cold weather person.
Some people still believe you should just fall in line with what's going on - and that's scary. It makes a mockery of freedom of speech.
Constant contact is what people require these days. It's tough on artists.
I ride horses once in a while, but I'm no expert. I hold on for dear life.
People put stock in someone being in a 'girl group,' but we don't say that a band is a 'man group.'
When I was at high school, I thought it'd be nice to go into Air Force Academy and fly jets, but that was a very brief dream. Ha, ha. I'm too lanky to fit in the cockpit.
It's really hard to write personal songs. I'm not good at writing ditties because as far as writing hit songs that you pitch to the national artist, I just don't write that way.
Being a musician doesn't take away your right as a citizen to speak your mind.
I think soldiers are not just one homogenous group, just like Americans aren't. They all have different feelings about the war.
It is amazing what people feel they have the right to tell you to your face when you're famous.
Especially in the Dixie Chicks, everyone wants you to play a role. Natalie was the feisty one. Martie was the nice one 'cause she smiles all the time onstage, and I was the quiet one.