Reba McEntire first appeared on the Country music since on January 22, 1976 when she released her first Single “I Don’t Want To Be A One Night Stand” on the Mercury Records label. Her Debut Single only reached Number 88 on the Billboard Country Music Chart.
Oh, but what she has accomplished since then in her amazing career: Singer, Songwriter, Record Producer, Broadway, TV Star, Actress, and so much more.
Reba McEntire’s Country music awards include the record for CMA Award nominations for a female artist, the most Academy of Country Music Top Female Vocalist Awards, the most American Music Awards for Favorite Country Female Artist, being a member of the Grand Ole Opry since September 17, 1977, and the distinction of recording Number One Hits in four decades, the 1980s, the 1990s, the 2000s, and the 2010s.
Now, for the first ever, the Country Music Hall of Famer is set to headline the Mother Church of Country Music on February 15, 2017.
Reba will also release her new double-disc collection known as “Sing It Now: Songs Of Faith and Hope” on February 3, 2017. This 21-song compilation includes Gospel Classics, and features Trisha Yearwood and Kelly Clarkson.
Tickets went on sale last night at 6pm, December 15, 2016. So, you better hurry up and get yours NOW! They won’t last long. Tickets available at ryman.com/events/reba.
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***Brett Matthew West is a Nashvillian and a long time Freelance Writer. His feature articles have been published in a vast array of newspapers and magazines around the United States. He also possesses an extensive online presence for his Short Stories.***