Eighteen years ago today (May 29, 2004) was a life-altering day for Gretchen Wilson: It was on that date that her debut single, "Redneck Woman," claimed the No. 1 spot on the charts and stayed at the top for an impressive five weeks. "Redneck Woman" comes from Wilson's freshman album,...
In 2004, Gretchen Wilson put out her breakthrough debut studio project, Here for the Party. The album produced four Top 10 singles, including her chart-topping signature smash, "Redneck Woman." But even though she was at the top of her game, Wilson admits that back then, she questioned her place in country music.
Enjoy watching the Gretchen Wilson "Here for the Party" music video and see the song details here... The Gretchen Wilson Here for the Party song was released in July 2004 as the second single and title track from her album of the same name. The song was Wilson’s second chart entry on the country charts reaching #3 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
Gretchen Wilson Was ‘Very Frustrated’ With a Couple of Songs While Making Her ‘Here for the Party’ Album
Gretchen Wilson's 2004 studio debut, Here for the Party, cemented the country star's place in the spotlight, nabbing her four Top 10 singles, including the smash hit "Redneck Woman." However, despite the album's success, Wilson didn't exactly love every song on the project while she was cutting it. In fact,...