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Country Weekly - April 1, 2003

The Dixie Chicks won't have to fight over who gets to keep the Grammy.  They cleaned up at this year's 45th annual awards show, winning three trophies - that's one each for the talented trio.
The Chicks, who also performed their hit "Landslide" on the CBS telecast, confessed to being proudest of winning Best Country Instrumental Performance for "Lil' Jack Slade."  The tune was named after lead singer Natalie Maines' 2-year-old son.  "We called and told him he won his first Grammy," joked Natalie backstage.
Also having a landmark night was Alan Jackson, who won his first Grammy ever for writing "Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)" - although he wasn't present to accept.

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