Country star, Gretchen Wilson, rocked Nashville with her anthem "Red Neck Woman" in 2004. She has been serving up her blend of southern rock and tough girl lyrics ever since. She most recently released her Greatest Hits album in 2010 and has been on the road to promote her effort. Don't miss a date on the Gretchen Wilson concert schedule (2011); Use Eventful as your source for Gretchen Wilson tour dates and venue information.
After a rough upbringing in rural Illinois, Wilson was singed to Epic Records in 2003 after being discovered singing Patsy Cline covers at a local honky-tonk. She released her debut album, Here for the Party, in 2004 and was an instant hit on radio. The album featured the Grammy-Award wining single "Redneck Woman" and three other top five hits including "Homewrecker". Ultimately, the album was certified five times Platinum and Gretchen Wilson tour dates were booked on the opening stage for country icon, Garth Brooks.
After the tremendous success of her debut, Wilson followed up with All Jacked Up which topped the Billboard 200 in 2005. The single "I Don't Feel Like Loving You Today" was nominated for two Grammy's in 2006 and Gretchen Wilson tour dates were booked on a headlining tour. Wilson has subsequently released two more albums, One of the Boys in 2007 and I Got Your Country Right Here in 2008. Wilson then started her own label, Redneck Records, in 2009 and released her hit single "Work Hard, Play Harder". In addition to her Grammy Award, Wilson is also the recipient of the 2004 ACM Top New Artist Award and the 2005 CMA Female Vocalist of the Year Award. She was most recently nominated for her ninth Grammy in 2011 for the single "I'd Love To Be Your Last". Gretchen Wilson is one of the rare country divas who blends aggressive lyrics, southern sass, and rocking' country riffs.. Don't miss a date on the Gretchen Wilson concert schedule (2011); Use Eventful as your source for Gretchen Wilson tour dates and venue information.
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