Redneck Woman: Stories from My Life (Paperback)
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Short Description for Redneck Woman Country music sensation Gretchen Wilson's amazing, bestselling rags-to-riches story is now available in a mass market edition.
- Published: 17 January 2008
- Format: Paperback 208 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780446401234 ISBN 10: 0446401234
- Sales rank: 1,046,514
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Full description for Redneck Woman
Born in rural Illinois to a teenaged mother, Gretchen Wilson's formal education finished aged 13 when she started tending bar at Big O's, a rough and tumble joint. By age 15 she was managing the place with the aid of a 12-guage to keep the patrons in line. But her voice provided the most firepower. Discovered singing with a house band in Nashville, Wilson soon joined the ranks of the Muzik Mafia and the rest is history. Her debut album, here for the Party, was certified quadruple plantinum and established her as the topselling debut artist of the year for any genre. Her signature knack for storytelling and connecting with her audience has made her a superstar. The book is co-written by acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Allen Rucker and this all-American success story will enchant new and old fans alike.