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Cheap Reba McEntire Tickets
Reba McEntire is on the move once again. After finding an energized audience willing ot wait in long lines to see her and George Strait in concert in the fall of 2010, she will be back with Reba McEntire tickets for the winter of 2011. She will take to the road with George Strait and Lee Ann Womack, solidifying this as a chance to enjoy classic country above all else.
With a contract to Mercury Records, McEntire began her professional career with a hard honky tonk sound, which didn't go over well at a time when country music was dominated by outlaw country artists like Willie Nelson and David Allan Coe. She soon married Charlie Battles and earned a teaching degree. "Three Sheets in the Wind"/"I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" became her first charting single in 1978 (see 1978 in music), and was followed by the bigger hit "(You Lift Me) Up to Heaven" (1980, 1980 in music). With more pop-oriented balladry, McEntire began to expand her audience during the early 1980s, signing to MCA Records in 1984 (see 1984 in music) and becoming one of the best-selling country artists of the time. She won the Female Vocalist of the Year award from the Country Music Association four times, and had dozens of Top Ten hits during the 80s.
After divorcing Battles in 1987 (see 1987 in music), McEntire married Narvel Blackstock, a noted steel guitarist and the couple took control over all aspects of her career. Reba's entire band died in 1991 in a plane crash. Even without the major label support she had enjoyed in the 80s, McEntire continued to hit the charts through the 1990s, (and had a son, Shelby Steven McEntire, born 1990) as well as appearing in television and film, most notably Tremors, a cult horror movie, and One Night at McCool's. Since 2001, she has starred on the hit WB television show, Reba.
Reba found new success in the 2008, beginning with partnering with Brooks and Dunn to record a new version of Cowgirls Don't Cry. The song was her 56th Top Ten hit on the country charts. A re-energized McEntire left MCA Nashville and signed with the Valory Music Group. Part of the reason for the switch was the chance to be reunited with Valory president Scottt Borcheta, who once worked with MCA.
The label swap proved to pay dividends almost right away, as her first single under the new label, Strange, peaked at number 11 on the Hot Country Songs chart. Reba McEntire followed with the release of her 25th studio album, Keeping On Loving You, which hit the shelves on August 18, 2009. The album reached number on the Billboard charts, breaking the previous record for female country artists previously held by Loretta Lynn.
The success of her 25th album led to a 26th. All the Women I Am came out on November 9, 2010. It reached number six on the U.S. Country Charts and peaked at number seven on the Billboard 200. This album featured a sound at times country rock and at others classic with touching ballads, especially in the case of "If I Were A Boy." The new album led to a new tour, but not a traditional promotional tour. Instead Reba McEntire took to the road with George Strait, selling concert tickets to see two living legends. The 2010 lasted through the fall, and its success inspired a 2011 tour, this time adding Lee Ann Womack to the mix.
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Reba McEntire 2013 Tour Schedule
January 14, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Austin at the Frank Erwin Center
January 15, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Oklahoma City at the Oklahoma City Arena
January 27, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Tallahassee at the Tallahassee-Leon Co. Civic Center
January 28, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Jacksonville at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
February 4, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Fresno at the Save Mart Center
February 5, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena
February 17, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Indianapolis at the Conseco Fieldhouse
February 18, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Cleveland at the Quicken Loans Arena
February 19, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Auburn Hills at the Palace of Auburn Hills
March 4, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Cincinnati at the U.S. Bank Arena
March 5, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Rosemont at the Allstate Arena
March 25, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Lubbuck at the United Spirit Arena
March 26, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Las Cruces at the Pan American Center
April 1, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Denver at the Pepsi Center
April 2, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Salt Lake City at the Energy Solutions Arena
April 8, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Columbia at he Mizzou Arena
April 9, 2011: Reba McEntire Tickets Louisville at the KFC Yum! Center