(TULSA, OK) – Country musician Gretchen Wilson will perform live Friday, Nov. 12, at the Osage Event Center. Tickets start at $40 at the Osage Event Center box office at the end of L.L. Tisdale Parkway. Or call 699-7667.

Wilson’s first album, Here For The Party, featured her first single, “Redneck Woman” which spent six weeks at No. 1. Her autobiographical book “Redneck Woman: Stories from My Life,” hit the New York Times Best Seller List.

She has charted 13 singles on the Billboard country charts, five of which reached Top Ten. Her hits include the Number One “Redneck Woman” and 'Here for the Party' (#3, 2004), 'When I Think About Cheatin'' (No. 4, 2004), 'Homewrecker' (No. 2, 2005), and 'All Jacked Up' (No. 8, 2005). The album Here for the Party sold five million copies.

The title track of All Jacked Up, became the highest-debuting single for a female country artist in 2005. Wilson released a third album One of the Boys in 2007.

Wilson’s ambition and ability have resulted in her being featured on “60 Minutes,” “Dateline NBC,” “20/20 Primetime” and CNN’s “People In The News.”  She launched her own label, Redneck Records  near Nashville in October 2009. The first single she released on the new label was “Work Hard, Play Harder,” from her album, I Got Your Country Right Here.

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