Eleven years ago today (March 5), Gretchen Wilson was enjoying her last few moments of relative anonymity. It was on this date in 2004 that her debut single, "Redneck Woman," from her freshman Here for the Party album, exploded onto the airwaves.
Winter weather is generally awful, but this winter in particular has really got people agitated, whether they're in usually snowy Buffalo, N.Y., sometimes-snowy New York City or Boston, or areas that are not used to snow and ice, like Nashville. The Holderness family perfectly expresses how we're all feeling about this winter with a parody of Zac Brown Band's "Colder Weather."
Wynonna Judd became famous as one-half of the duo the Judds, along with her mother Naomi Judd, who taught her daughter that being successful in the music business often means getting over your fear of taking risks.
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