On this day in 2000, the 34th Annual CMA Awards took place. The show was hosted by Reba McEntire from the Grand Ole Opry House. The Dixie Chicks were the big winners of the night, taking home four awards. The trio received the biggest honor of the evening with entertainer of the year, as well as the vocal group of the year, their album Fly was named album of the year, and their video “Goodbye Earl” won video of the year.
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September 7th: On This Day
On this day in 1987, Reba McEntire’s twelfth album, The Last One to Know, was released. It was her first album to chart on the Billboard 200.
The Last One To Know produced two number one singles with “The Last One to Know” and “Love Will Find Its Way to You” . The album was Certified Platinum by the RIAA.
July 27th: On This Day
On this day in 2004, Reba McEntire‘s song “Somebody” made its way to the top of the charts. It was Reba’s 22nd Billboard #1 single. The song was the second single off of Reba’s twenty-third studio album Room to Breathe.
Reba Teams Up With Cracker Barrel To Debut “Rockin’ R By Reba”
Reba has teamed up with Cracker Barrel Old Country Store to debut a new retail line called “Rockin’ R By Reba.” The new line will be available beginning August 4th exclusively at Cracker Barrel stores nationwide and will feature everything from Western-Themed jewelry on ponchos to dinnerware and toys for the kids.
July 8th: On This Day
On this day in 1985, Reba McEntire had the #1 song with “Whoever’s in New England”. The song was the first single, and title track of Reba’s 10th Studio Album Whoever’s in New England.
March 28th: On This Day
On this day in 1955, Reba McEntire was born in McAlester, Oklahoma, to Jacqueline and Clark Vincent McEntire. Happy 61st birthday to Reba!
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