"Still Rollin'" Single Sent to Radio (Nashville, Tennessee...) - After a triumphant Gang of Outlaws Tour with ZZ Top and 3 Doors Down in 2012, Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter/entertainer/ business executive Gretchen Wilson began recording with a vengeance and has emerged with three new albums on the schedule and a new single, "Still Rollin'" at radio (available on Play MPE.) Right On Time, a collection of 12 new songs, will hit stores April 2, 2013. "I am very excited to have so much new music coming out this year," said Gretchen. "We are already touring, and are looking forward to an incredible year with old friends, and new beginnings!" Written by Gretchen and longtime collaborator Vicky McGehee, "Still Rollin'" ships to radio this week. The single follows her hit songs "Work Hard' Play Harder" and "I'd Love To Be Your Last," which garnered two Grammy nominations. Music veteran Bob Mitchell is still the promotional contact for Redneck Records, and can be reached by email at email@example.com. Produced by Gretchen Wilson, Right On Time includes 12 songs written by some of Nashville's most imaginative songwriters. Songs range from her well-known traditional country and southern rock feel, to blues, classic jazz, and even a bit of modern popular-sound on a track or two. One of the cuts entitled "One Good Friend" was co-produced, by friend and legendary music man, Blake Chancey. "It is truly great to be able to finally express myself with all kinds of sounds! I have always been influenced by so many different genres, it just feels good to be able to experiment with that in the studio!" Under The Covers, featuring 12 of Classic Rock's most memorable hits from the 70s, will be released May 28; and Gretchen's first full-length Christmas album will ship in October. For Gretchen Wilson news, tour dates, store and her exclusive Club 27, visit www.GretchenWilson.com or www.facebook.com/GretchenWilson. About Gretchen Wilson: Gretchen Wilson exploded onto the country music scene in 2004 with her smash hit "Redneck Woman" and has since scored three #1 albums. The critically-acclaimed singer/songwriter has won virtually every award for which she's been nominated, including trophies from the Grammys, ACM, CMA, AMA and more. Her first book, the autobiographical "Redneck Woman: Stories from My Life," landed her on the prestigious New York Times Best Seller List. CMT listed her "Redneck Woman" video at #11 in their Top 100 videos in 2008. She formed her own record company, Redneck Records, in 2009, and her "I'd Love To Be Your Last" single from her I Got Your Country Right Here CD, received two Grammy nominations.
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