GRETCHEN SHOOTS VIDEO FOR "ALL JACKED UP"

The first single from Gretchen Wilson's second album (due in stores Sept. 27) is the title cut, "All Jacked Up" - which she wrote with Vicki McGehee and fellow MuzikMafia member, John Rich.

According to The Tennessean, there are some familiar faces in the clip. Big & Rich, Kid Rock and Hank Williams, Jr. are all in the video, as well as Charlie Daniels, Larry the Cable Guy and Two-Foot Fred. The video shoot took place near downtown Nashville, and after it wrapped, Hank Jr. decided the party wasn't over yet. He took some folks, including Gretchen's Uncle Vern, out on the town. The group partied at Tootsie's, where Hank sang a few tunes, and then headed down to Printer's Alley. Hank's description of the evening? "I've been hanging out with rednecks all night!"

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