Who could ever forget Gretchen Wilson’s number one rowdy hit “Redneck Woman” that also won her a Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal Performance? The song, which was the lead-off single of her 2004 debut album Here for the Party, topped the charts for five weeks and paved the way for a groundbreaking career.
And for the first decade of her career, Wilson undeniably enjoyed success and fame. But after she released her third studio album, One of the Boys, in 2007, her career started to decline, and her breaks between releases also became farther apart. Not to mention a few troubles along the way, the once phenomenal country singer faded into the background.