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These little towns where I'm from are very country and they're more rebel than anybody could ever imagine.Pocahontas is only 35 minutes from St Louis, Illinois yet these people never go to St Louis, and people from St Louis don't even know these towns exist. and its subsidiaries and affiliates (individually or collectively, “TSM” or “we/our/us”) respect your privacy and are committed to protecting it through our compliance with this policy. It does not apply to non-TSM Websites and mobile applications that may link to the Services or be linked to or from the Services; please review the privacy policies on those Services and applications directly to understand their privacy practices.This policy describes the type of information we may collect from you and or that you may provide us when you interact with our websites, mobile applications, email, and online services, participate in our loyalty program, or register for one of our events (our “Services”). 1.4 We reserve the right to change or update this Privacy Policy by posting such changes or updates to the Services.She called herself Country Cutie, and her act became so popular she was pulling in 5 a night.You can see Wilson's determination and ambition in her cool, level gaze, and trailer-parks in Nowheresville were never going to be enough for her.Her album, Here for the Party, sold two million copies in America in its first eight weeks of release, with Redneck Woman helping to blaze a trail towards an audience that had grown apathetic towards Nashville's antiseptic pseudo-pop.

She pleads with her assistant to find her a packet of cigarettes.She discovered a talent for it, and ended up with writing credits on six songs on her album, five of them shared with Rich.In a year when Nashville is enjoying a sudden upturn in sales and its biggest boom in new artists in a decade, Muzik Mafia has to take a chunk of the credit.Everybody's waiting to hear her huge American hit, Redneck Woman, and when it arrives it's a swaggering anthem to "all the redneck girls like me", who buy their lingerie in Wal-Mart and prefer Budweiser to champagne.



Aug 21, 2004. Redneck and proud Gretchen Wilson, country music's new star. Eventually she was rescued by John Rich and his musical partner Big Kenny.… continue reading »


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