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Infobox...quite a few fields not filled in...origin, etc. Check the template's page and see if there's anything you can add to it
"Since its foundation..." - wlink the instruments in this section
"Due to a series of health issues" - for everyone in the band? Or else, who was sick?
"has also recorded seven studio albums" - also isn't necessary
Ref 3: format=html isn't necessary as this is assumed
"In 1993, Diamond Rio also contributed..." - unsourced paragraph :(
"Also in 1994" - this could read a bit better..."later in 1994" perhaps? (if it was later)
"This cover, which peaked at #48 on the country charts, also received a music video; the video won a Video of the Year award from the television network CMT." - needs ref
Some of these sections are really short...is there no more information on how the album was produced, what happened outside of recording...nothing?? If not, just merge some sections...these regular headers looks bad
"the only exception is on the band's later albums" - this could be more than a minor exception...best to say which ones
"and "One More Day" -- songs which" - change to an en dash (–)
Biographies section should be renamed to "Side projects", I'd say
Looking mostly good. Leave a note on my talk page when done. Cheers, dihydrogen monoxide (H2O) 09:22, 11 April 2008 (UTC)