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Gretchen Wilson

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2004 CMAs Best New Artist Winner Gretchen Wilson News

By West Kentucky Star Staff

West Kentucky Star
In 2002 Taylor started traveling to Nashville, where he became part of Nashville's Music Mafia, playing shows with John Rich, Gretchen Wilson, Hank Williams, Jr, and Kid Rock, and recording with Warner Bros. artists including Blake Shelton. After about ...

2004 CMAs Best New Artist Winner Gretchen Wilson News

KC concerts July 20-26: Gretchen Wilson, Luke Bryan, Gucci Mane, Journey, Nickelback

Kansas City Star (blog)
The earthiness of Gretchen Wilson songs like “Redneck Woman” and “Here for the Party” were a breath of fresh air in 2004. Her unprocessed sound and lyrics about shopping at Walmart and guzzling whiskey made most of the year's other country hits seem ...

2004 CMAs Best New Artist Winner Gretchen Wilson News

Photos: Gretchen Wilson brings the party to The Ranch

The News-Press
Country star Gretchen Wilson promised audiences a rowdy night at The Ranch Concert Hall & Saloon last week, and that's just what she delivered. Wilson's high-energy set included rocking country hits "Redneck Woman" and "Rowdy" and a couple of ...

2004 CMAs Best New Artist Winner Gretchen Wilson News

#LetTheGirlsPlay Cover: Gretchen Wilson, 'Redneck Woman'

Taste of Country
Five of Nashville's most up-and-coming female artists wished Gretchen Wilson a Happy Birthday recently with a cover of her signature song.

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