Reba McEntire reschedules U.S. tour dates
Legendary songstress Reba McEntire has rescheduled her latest U.S. tour dates over to 2022 behind her latest album ‘Stronger Than the Truth’. The 12-city jaunt now kicks off January 13th in Evansville and continues into March making additional stops in Huntsville, Duluth, Toledo, Green Bay, Sioux Falls, Pittsburgh, Bethlehem, Biloxi, Grand Rapids, Peoria and Rosemont. Joining the tour on select dates will be special guest Caylee Hammack.
Reba released her 29th studio album ‘Stronger Than the Truth’ on April 5th, 2019 via Big Machine Records. The new album reached #4 on Billboard’s Country chart and follows up 2017’s ‘Sing It Now: Songs of Faith & Hope’. Also in 2019, she hosted the 54th Academy of Country Music Awards and appeared in the upcoming animated film Spies in Disguise along with Will Smith and Tom Holland. Back in 2004, she received a Golden Globe nomination for her television sitcom Reba for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy.
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About Reba McEntire Tour Albums
Reba McEntire arrived on the Country / Folk scene with the release of the album ‘Reba McEntire’s Greatest Hits’ published on April 20, 1987. The single ‘He Broke Your Memory Last Night’ was instantly a fan favorite and made Reba McEntire one of the most popular performers at that time. Thereafter, Reba McEntire published the hugely beloved album ‘At Her Very Best’ which is comprised of some of the most popular tracks from the Reba McEntire discography. ‘At Her Very Best’ features the track ‘How Blue’ which has become the most recognized for followers to see during the live events. In addition to ‘How Blue’, most of other songs from ‘At Her Very Best’ have also become requested as a result. Some of Reba McEntire’s most popular tour albums and songs are seen below. After 29 years since releasing ‘Reba McEntire’s Greatest Hits’ and making a major impact in the business, music lovers consistently head to hear Reba McEntire appear live to play hits from the entire collection.