Back in 2009, a little cowboy stole the show when he took the stage for some “Redneck Woman” line dance. Joining two more adult line dancers, you could hear the crowd’s thrilled cheers and a round of applause as the talented trio took the stage to show off their insane talents.

They’ve used their cowboy hats that added an extra flair to their dance. The choreography also contained quick kicks and turns that sent the three dancers flying across the stage.

And for the little boy, even though he was only a child, he never had any trouble keeping up with the other dancers. He did not cut any corners and has executed the moves with just as much enthusiasm and precision as his grown-up dancing partners. His smile never seemed to disappear off his face all through the performance. You could really tell he was having the time of his life dancing out there!

The crowd indeed witnessed something they would surely never forget.

The Magic Gretchen Wilson’s “Redneck Woman”

Anyone who’s heard Gretchen Wilson’s “Redneck Woman” definitely knows how fun it is to dance to this song. There’s magic on its upbeat tempo and rowdy lyrics that prompt every country fans of all ages to jump out of their chairs and hit the dance floor.

“Redneck Woman” was released in 2004 as the lead-off single to Wilson’s multi-platinum debut album Here for the Party. The song then became Wilson’s only No. 1 single on the US Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, spending five weeks on the topmost position. It also reached No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100. 

Globally, the song found modest success in United Kingdom, Australia, and Ireland, reaching No. 42 on the UK Singles Chart, No. 50 on the Australian Singles Chart, and No. 45 on the Irish Singles Chart. “Redneck Woman,” which is considered Wilson’s signature song, also earned a Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance in 2005. 

Written by Wilson with singer-songwriter John Rich, “Redneck Woman” is an anthem for country girls everywhere. Wilson explained, “A redneck woman is hard-working. She’s raising a family and holding down a job at the same time and is proud of who she is, no matter what.”

“‘Cause I’m a redneck woman. I ain’t no high-class broad. I’m just a product of my raising. I say, ‘hey ya’ll’ and ‘yee-haw.’ And I keep my Christmas lights on on my front porch all year long. And I know all the words to every Charlie Daniels song,” the song goes.

The song’s music video is also as epic as it can get. It includes some guest stars such as Tanya Tucker, Hank Williams, Jr. Kid Rock, and Big & Rich – all of whom were name-dropped in the song.

Anyway, you can enjoy the video below the little boy showing off his line dancing skills to “Redneck Woman” and get ready to be impressed with his undeniable talent.