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Heart's Ann Wilson strikes out on her own

NorthJersey.com
You've seen it on VH-1's “Behind the Music” many times. Struggling rock band hits it big. Plays huge arenas. Sells millions of records. Only to succumb to the ...

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Interview: The Ann Wilson of Heart Tour Kicks Off March 8

Concert Blogger (blog)
“Expect the unexpected,” she said with a slight laugh. “Yeah that sums it up. I've never done a show like this; expect to be given something that's new, old, wide ...

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Gretchen Wilson Reveals Who Inspired Hit “Redneck Woman”

Country Fancast
Gretchen's collaborator and friend John Rich of Big & Rich fired back with: “'Well, what kind of woman are you then?' And I said, 'I'm a redneck woman.' Then he said, 'What's the matter with that?'” Wilson recalls. “We, at that moment, decided to be as ...

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'She's Country' writer Bridgette Tatum throws star-studded 40th birthday party, and 'Redneck Woman' Gretchen Wilson ...

CountryCommon
South Carolina native Bridgette Tatum co-wrote “She's Country,” the most played song on country radio in the United States. The Jason Aldean track was Number one for two weeks, reached two million plays and sold out every genre of ringtone. The country ...

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