Tailgate parties seem to be everywhere in country music these days. But it turns out that, lyrically, this ‘bro country’ staple is a recent phenomenon. So who sang about them first?
“I’ve done my research,” McCreery said, “and I feel like it’s a fine decision to go out there and play SeaWorld.”
After several high-profile artists backed out of planned performances at SeaWorld last year, others are now stepping in to fill their shoes, including “Redneck Woman” singer Wilson and comedian Engvall.
Despite protests from Animal rights groups, SeaWorld’s 2014 concert series will go on. After Kid Rock and Alan Jackson kicked off The 2014 BBQ and Brew event last week, we are now hearing of more […]
Gretchen Wilson is about to release her 3rd piece of new material in six months with the Christmas Album “Christmas In My Heart.” The CD in stores October 8th includes “Holly Jolly Christmas” “The Christmas […]
The Redneck Woman herself joins Hank Williams Jr., Faith Hill and Carrie Underwood as country stars who have sung the opening to a televised sports show. Barbara Ann brings you the details on this exciting NASCAR news.
Redneck woman Gretchen Wilson has released Under The Covers, which includes her version of Van Morrison’s Into The Mystic, Faces, Stay With Me and a whole lot more. Wilson said: “We’ve included rock songs in […]
The GRAMMYs and rock and roll have always had an uneasy relationship. While some iconic rockers like Bruce Springsteen and U2 have shelves full of GRAMMYs, many others have never won a single one. Proud […]
Miranda Lambert cancels two shows this weekend in New York and Pennsylvania due to “overextending her voice.”
[photogallerylink id=3582 align=right]Three days ago [lastfm link_type=””]Gretchen Wilson[/lastfm] lost one of her family members–her uncle, Vern Heuer. Mr. Heuer passed away after suffering a massive heart attack and was only 44 years of age.