Country star Gretchen Wilson has set a May 15 release date for her third album, "One of the Boys," which will be released by Columbia in the wake Epic Nashville's closure last year. Wilson co-produced

Country star Gretchen Wilson has set a May 15 release date for her third album, "One of the Boys," which will be released by Columbia in the wake Epic Nashville's closure last year. Wilson co-produced the 11-track set with Mark Wright and her Muzik Mafia mate John Rich of Big & Rich.

Rich also guests on first single "Come To Bed," which has thus far topped out at No. 32 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. The new album is the follow-up to 2005's "All Jacked Up," which has sold 1.2 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

"Lyrically, I think I reached a little further inside for a few of these songs," she tells Billboard. "But there is still a lot of ass-kicking country on it."

Wilson begins an extensive tour May 19 in Atlanta.

Here is the track list for "One of the Boys":

"The Girl I Am"
"Come To Bed" (featuring John Rich)
"One of the Boys"
"You Don't Have To Go Home"
"Heaven Help Me"
"There's a Place in the Whiskey"
"If You Want a Mother"
"Pain Killer"
"There Goes the Neighborhood"
"Good Ole Boy"
"To Tell You the Truth"

Additional reporting by Ken Tucker, Nashville.