Seventeen 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,...
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On This Date: Gretchen Wilson Exploded Onto The Country Music Scene With Debut Album, ‘Here For The Party’
Is there a more iconic early 2000s song than “Redneck Woman?”. On this date, way back in 2004, Gretchen Wilson broke onto the country music with the release of her critically-acclaimed debut album, Here For The Party. I mean seriously, I don’t think I’ve been to a single bar with...
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Seventeen years ago today (March 5), Gretchen Wilson was enjoying her last few moments of relative anonymity. It was on this date in 2004 that Wilson's debut single, "Redneck Woman," from her freshman album, Here for the Party, exploded onto the airwaves. Wilson, who grew up listening to country music,...
Learn how one of country music's most iconic songs inspired three members of the CMT Next Women of Country class of 2021. Poplarville, Mississippi-born and New Orleans-based trio Chapel Hart are — since being named one of CMT’s Next Women of Country Class of 2021 members — acquainting themselves well with increased visibility and acclaim. Regarding how they’re both inspired to grow as artists and the songs that inform that creativity, they cite one key figure and one iconic anthem: Gretchen Wilson’s 2004 hit “Redneck Woman.”
Clay County, FLFlorida Times-Union
Tiffany, 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 7, at Hamburger Mary's. $20-$35. Tiffany, 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, at Hamburger Mary's. $20-$35. Jon Langston, 7 p.m. Thursday, April 1, at the Clay County Fair. $20-$45. .38 Special, 7 p.m. Friday, April 2, at the Clay County Fair. $20-$60. Gretchen Wilson, 7 p.m....
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Gretchen Wilson, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and Complexions Contemporary Ballet part of the Park City Institute’s season
The Park City Institute is cautiously optimistic that live performances will return to town in the spring. During a Zoom conference Wednesday night, Park City Institute Executive Director Ari Ioannides unveiled the performing-arts nonprofit’s new season that is slated to start in April and includes Grammy-winning country singer Gretchen Wilson, New York Times Critics’ Choice Award-winning Complexions Dance, a collaboration with Park City Film and the return of swing-revival giant Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.