Gretchen Wilson, Label Part Ways

Gretchen Wilson and her longtime record label group, Sony Music Nashville, have mutually decided to part ways.

Gretchen exploded on to the country music scene and the national spotlight in 2004 with her rousing anthem, “Redneck Woman,” which made her a virtual overnight success. She released three albums for Sony Music Nashville: Here for the Party, All Jacked Up and One of the Boys. A new album had been planned but was never released. A statement from the label noted that although Gretchen will no longer record with the label as a solo artist, both parties look forward to working together on future catalog projects.

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