Often hailed as “The Queen of Country,” Reba McEntire boasts a passion for entertaining that runs as red as her fiery hair. Since stepping onto the Country-music scene, Reba McEntire has reigned over the charts, dazzled legions of fans with her powerfully distinct voice, and dazzled on the small screen to boot.
Over the years Reba McEntire has racked up a number of catchy hits including “Somebody Should Leave,” “One Promise Too Late,” and “Love Will Find Its Way to You.” Catch Reba on the road in 2012 as she tours the country and plays RodeoHouston when you order your Reba McEntire tickets from OnlineTickets.com!
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Born in Chockie, Oklahoma, the red-headed Reba McEntire grew up as a typical country girl, riding in rodeos and singing with her brothers and sisters. In 1976, Reba McEntire released her first successful single “Three Sheets to the Wind/I’d Really Love to See You Tonight” which solidified Reba McEntire’s name in Country music.
During the ‘80s, Reba McEntire steered toward more pop-oriented country ballads which proved lucrative. In 1986 Reba McEntire released the album Whoever’s In New England, which spawned the single “Whoever’s In New England” and won her a Grammy award. Reba McEntire’s string of No. 1 hits continued through the ‘80s and into the ‘90s. Some of Reba McEntire’s biggest hits of the ‘80s include “New Fool at an Old Game,” “I Know How He Feels,” “You Lie,” and “Fancy.”
In the ‘90s, Reba McEntire released several No. 1 hits featuring duets with Country stars like Vince Gill on the song “The Heart Won’t Lie” and Linda Davis on “Does He Love You.” Aside from acting in several movies including One Night at McCool’s and Forever Love, Reba McEntire also showcased her acting chops on the small screen, starring in her own sitcom Reba.
Reba McEntire soon returned to music and released several more successful albums, including the Duets album that featured the likes of LeAnn Rimes, Justin Timberlake, Rascal Flatts, Faith Hill, Kenny Chesney, and Trisha Yearwood. The duet with Kelly Clarkson “Because of You” appears on the album and was featured during Reba McEntire’s and Kelly Clarkson’s 2 Worlds 2 Voices Tour in 2008. Reba McEntire got aboard another blockbuster tour in 2010 and 2011, co-headlining with George Strait for a gigantic stadium concert trek. With plenty of tour dates upcoming, be sure to order your Reba McEntire tickets from OnlineTickets.com!