Reba McEntire – 2014 Concert Schedule
Reba McEntire has become a legendary star in the country music world.
Her talents have allowed her to become a chart-topping singer, a film and television actress, and back again. She has released
over 10 albums that have made it to the top of the charts, and countless others that have been certified gold and platinum.
With over 80 million records sold worldwide, she is one of the best-selling artists not only in the country genre, but in
the entire music industry. With a new concert tour in the works, it appears that this prolific star has no intentions of slowing
down. Reba McEntire is schedule to visit a number of events and venues this year, including Calgary's ScotiabankSaddledome,
Toole's Country Explosion Festival, Casino Rama, the St. Joseph County Grange Fair, and the EKU Center for the Arts. With
a number of concert dates set, you'll have no problem finding a show to check out during Reba's upcoming tour. To get your
tickets to see the one-and-only Reba McEntire in concert, be sure to visit StubHub, and get ready to enjoy the show!
About Reba McEntire
After inking a deal with Mercury Records in 1975, Reba McEntire made her debut in 1976 with
the single, "I Don't Want to Be a One Night Stand." She followed up with a single in 1977 called "(There's Nothing Like the
Love) Between a Woman and Man," and another called "Glad I Waited Just for You." Her debut self-titled album followed shortly
after, and Reba started to slowly gain a following. By 1979, Reba had released her second studio album, "Out of a Dream,"
which produced a popular cover of the Patsy Cline song, "Sweet Dreams." Reba's recording of the song would go on to be her
first top 20 hit, and another song from the album, "Last Night, Ev'ry Night," also made it to the top 30 of the chart.
her third studio album, "Feel the Fire," Reba scored another hit with the single, "You Lift Me (Up to Heaven)," which reached
the number 8 position on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. When her fourth studio album was released, Reba's music
continued to climb higher on the charts. The album, titled "Heart to Heart," was the first to chart on the Billboard Top Country
Albums chart, backed by its popular single, "Today All Over Again." The lead single reached number 5 on the US Country chart,
and "Only You (And You Alone)" went to the number 13 position.
With her fifth album, "Unlimited," Reba scored her first
number one singles with the songs, "Can't Even Get the Blues" and "You're the First Time I've Thought About Leaving." The
album itself reached number 22 on the Top Country Albums chart. With a number of studio albums having been released, Reba
was finally poised to become a breakout star with her 1986 album, "Whoever's In New England," which shot to the top of the
Billboard country chart. Its hit singles, "Little Rock" and "Whoever's In New England," also hit number 1 on the charts, and
the album went on to become certified platinum, the first of Reba's albums to do so.
Since the massive success of her
breakthrough record, "Whoever's In New England," Reba went on to enjoy a career that included music, film, and television.
Her achievements include a Golden Globe nomination, 7 Academy of Country Music Awards for Top Female Vocalist, and 12 American
Music Awards for Favorite Country Female Artist, and she has dozens of number 1 singles.
Reba McEntire's Breakthrough
When Reba McEntire was with Mercury Records, she slowly but surely started building a fan base with releases
like "Out of a Dream," "Feel the Fire," and "Heart to Heart." However, it was her album with MCA that allowed her to become
a breakout star. The album "Whoever's In New England," was phenomenally successful, and its successful singles went to the
top of the charts. It was the first of many albums to go platinum, and by 1986, Reba was selected as the "Entertainer of the
Year" by the Country Music Association. Since her breakthrough album, Reba went on to have one of the most successful careers
in the industry.
Reba McEntire Trivia
In which film did Reba McEntire make her acting debut?
McEntire made her acting debut in the 1990 film, "Tremors."
If you're a fan of country
music, then you're in luck, because the legendary performer Reba McEntire is currently underway on a brand new concert tour,
and you don't want to miss out on all of the fun. With famous songs like "Turn on the Radio," "The Fear of Being Alone," and
"How Was I to Know," you and the rest of the audience will have the time of your lives listening to all of Reba's best hits
live in concert. Reba McEntire's next tour is definitely not one to be missed, so be sure to check out a show when she visits
a venue near you.