During the time country radio blacklisted the Dixie Chicks and country stars stopped supporting you, what was it like for you behind the scenes? I mean, I did not ever feel like I was hiding something. I don’t know that she is, but I’ve spoken to her some and I know that she’s a pretty liberal person. It always seemed to be a way to get all the money for yourself. But I didn’t have to be conscious of that; this is just what I’m naturally drawn to.
I didn’t listen to your music before, but after this, I went and bought every record.” However it was that they showed their support, I definitely felt it. Well, that’s why I was so shocked that people were so shocked that I was a Democrat and wasn’t for the war! I have to think that Faith Hill has answered that question, honestly, and that she’s for gay marriage. It’s just bugged me whenever I would see lead singers do a solo album that sounded exactly like their band.
Adrian gave a little insight into his family life in an interview, where he stated, It’s a little different than I think your average couple, but still the same things you have to deal with like raising two children and getting them to school on time and homework and dinner.
However, as per TMZ's source, the divorce was amicable.
Caption: Natalie Maines and Adrian Pasdar at AMPAS Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California on April 28, 2011.
It’s the same and it’s not quite as abstract when you’re inside it.
From the outside it looks like it must be fantastic and really wonderful and it is, but it’s certainly not as laden with all that excitement.
Caption: Natalie Maines and Adrian Pasdar along with their sons attended the premiere of "The Lone Ranger" in Los Angeles on June 22, 2013.