Reba Mcentire Tickets
Reba McEntire is an actress and a country music singer belonging to Kiowa, Oklahoma. Reba’s mother had a dream of being a country music singer when she was a child; however she couldn’t follow her dreams, but taught her children to sing, thus grooming Reba’s singing talent. During the family trips in the car, her mother would teach her different melodies and songs. Eventually, this little family formed a “Singing McEntires” country music band. At a very young age, Reba started singing live locally, and by 1975 signed a contract with the “Mercury Records.” Currently McEntire is performing at different venues, to catch a concert, get your Reba McEntire tickets today!
Reba McEntire released her very first single named I Don’t Want To Be A One Night Stand with the label in January of 1976. The single managed to make it to number 88 on Country Music chart of Billboard. Her second single named There’s Nothing Like the Love came a few months later and managed to peak the chart at 86. While her debut album did not manage to leave any mark, her second album included Reba’s very first track to make it to Top 20’s list. The song was “Sweet Dreams.”
Reba McEntire released You Lift Me Up in 1980, a song that made it to Top Ten country music chart. 1981 saw the release of her very first studio album to make it to the Billboard’s country music albums list. The next album titled “Unlimited” was released the following year and this time there was a song that made it to number one in the list of Billboard’s country music tracks. Leaving Mercury Records, McEntire moved on to “MCA Nashville Records” during 1984 and released her first album with them named “Just a Little Love.”
The new album by McEntire featured a number of songs that had tunes similar to her previously released records. The album featured two top songs 'Somebody Should Leave' and 'How Blue'. That same year McEntire was praised by Billboard Magazine as the “finest” woman singer of the country music world. She was also named along with George Strait and Ricky Skaggs as the new “traditionalist.” The year also brought her debut Country Music Association Award as the “Female Vocalist of the Year.”
Reba McEntire’s another breakthrough album was released in May of 1989 named “Sweet Sixteen.” The album managed to remain at Billboard’s “Top Country Albums” list for sixteen weeks straight. The album also made it to Billboard 200, her very first album to do so. In 1990, Reba gave birth to a baby boy and also released the album “Rumor Has It.” The album was quite a transition from her traditional work and had more pop oriented music.
During 1990, eight of Reba’s road band members died in a jet plane crash. Her sixteenth studio album “For My Broken Dedication” was a dedication and tribute to her deceased music family. A number of tracks from the album managed to make it to the top charts all across the country. In 1997, McEntire hit the road with Brooks & Dunn on a tour. The songs from the tour were included in her album “If You See Him” which made it to country music charts all across the country.
Rebe McEntire took a break for two years after the release of two consecutive studio albums and a “Greatest Hits” record. In the mid of 2003, she returned to the music world with the release of the single named I’m Gonna Take That Mountain. In 2004, Reba released an album that was basically a compilation of all of her number one tracks. In 2008, she was named the only female country music artist to have the most award nominations, which is forty eight. McEntire is often referred to as the “Queen of Country Music” and has sold more than 68 million records in the United States alone. If you wish to catch her live performance, now is the right time to book your Reba McEntire tickets!
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