Gretchen Wilson hits the silver screen
Thursday, September 14, 2006
– Gretchen Wilson moves from the big stage to the big screen with a one night only film concert from her first headlining tour "The Redneck Revolution" Wednesday, Oct. 11 in movie theatres nationwide.
The concert, recorded from Atlanta’s Arena at Gwinnett Center on April 5th, includes hits like “Redneck Woman,” “Here For The Party” and “When I Think About Cheatin'.”
The film will be screened at 88 participating Regal, United Artists, Edwards, Cinemark, AMC and Georgia Theatre Company movie theatres across the country.
"I didn't think it could get any better than last year," said Wilson. "To have the fans and the industry embrace me as they have is overwhelming. I'm psyched to be headlining The Redneck Revolution Tour and to have fans across America hear us play live."
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