'Under The Covers' features her versions of songs by The Faces, Foreigner, Cheap Trick, Van Morrison, Journey, and more
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The second of the three albums Gretchen Wilson is releasing this year arrives in stores today. Under The Covers features the country star's versions of songs that inspired her.
The 12-track disc is packed with classic rock hits from the 1970s and '80s. For the project the "Redneck Woman" puts her own spin on The Faces' "Stay With Me," Foreigner's "Hot Blooded," Billy Squire's "Everybody Wants You," and Cheap Trick's "I Want You To Want Me."
She also remakes songs originally made famous by Bob Seger, Bad Company, Van Morrison, Journey, Jackson Browne, and others.
Under The Covers comes on the heels of Wilson's April release, Right On Time. But the turn-around for Gretchen's third album won't be quite as quick. Her next project is a Christmas album, which she's planning to have in stores in October.
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