Gretchen Wilson’s phone keeps buzzing during an interview with Taste of Country. The “Redneck Woman” singer is back in demand since announcing the end of her two-year hiatus, so that means more media, more meetings and definitely more phone calls.
It's been 10 years since Gretchen Wilson took the country music world by storm with her debut album, 'Here for the Party,' and in an interview with Taste of Country during 2014 CMA Awards week, the star shares memories of her very first CMAs.
Gretchen Wilson took the stage at SeaWorld on Saturday (Feb. 8), much to the dismay of animal activists and many of her fans. The outspoken singer has responded to the criticism she received with a few jabs of her own.
One week after Alan Jackson and Kid Rock kicked off SeaWorld's 2014 Bands, Brews and BBQ concert series, another country act has been announced to headline week No. 2. Gretchen Wilson will perform on Saturday (Feb. 8), while comedian Bill Engvall will take the stage on Sunday.
When Gretchen Wilson hit the scene, she was a Redneck Woman. I liked the song just because it said who she was right off the bat and didn't pull any punches. It rang true with women everywhere because it spoke to them without making redneck women look like hicks.