Tamra Judge, 48, failed to hide her suspicion as she recalled: 'I remember having a conversation with Gretchen and I said to her, ''You're not doing anything. You have no kids, you're not married'' - and lo and behold she came up with this big plan to propose to Slade.
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Gretchen Wilson has released her newest single, “Rowdy;” it’s her first new song in over three years.
Known for songs that bring a little bit of rock and a whole lot of sass to country music, Wilson broke onto the scene in 2004 with her debut single “Redneck Woman.” “Rowdy,” her latest track, is full of that same rock ‘n’ roll sound mixed with country twang; it even gives a shoutout to all of Wilson’s redneck women pals, and nods to another one of her well-known tunes, “Here for the Party.” “I’m ready / To get rowdy / It finally found me / It’s been a long time comin’ / Pour ’em steady / Strong and heavy / Yeah, resurrect me / We’ll get the rockin’ up and runnin’ / Let me say it proud and loudly / I’m ready to get rowdy.” “Rowdy” marks Wilson’s return to performing after a prolonged hiatus to devote her time and attention to her daughter, Grace.
Performed in bars near hometown of Pocahontas, IL; moved to Nashville, 1996; became involved with Muzik Mafia circle of performers and artists; signed to Sony Nashville label; released Here for the Party, featuring hit song Redneck Woman,2004; released All Jacked Up, 2005.
Awards: Horizon Award, Country Music Association, 2004; best new artist, American Music Awards, 2004; Grammy Award for best female country vocal performance, Recording Academy, for "Redneck Woman," 2005; female vocalist of the year, Country Music Association, 2005; favorite female country artist, American Music Award, 2005.