A third album, One of the Boys, was released in 2007.
Overall, Wilson has charted 13 singles on the Billboard country charts, of which five have reached Top Ten: the Number One "Redneck Woman", as well as "Here for the Party" (#3, 2004), "When I Think About Cheatin'" (#4, 2004), "Homewrecker" (#2, 2005), and "All Jacked Up" (#8, 2005).
It was followed in 2009 by two more singles, "The Earrings Song" and "If I Could Do It All Again," neither of which entered the charts.
The success of "Redneck Woman" prompted an earlier-than-planned release for Here for the Party, and it debuted at No. She performed as a support artist for Brooks & Dunn and Montgomery Gentry. Two other songs were released as singles, and both reached the top 10. Here for the Party was certified 5× Multi-Platinum by the RIAA. 1 on both the Top 200 and Country album charts and sold 1 million copies. 21 on the Hot Country Songs charts, setting a record for the highest debut ever made by a female artist.
She released the title track to her debut album as the second single. This record was broken in late 2007 by Carrie Underwood's "So Small".
Wilson moved to Nashville to pursue a musical career and was eventually discovered by Big and Rich.
She went to have two platinum selling albums in 20. Born Gretchen Renée Wilson on June 26, 1973 in Pocahontas, Illinois.