Details of Reba and the Ticket Luck value
With her brand new single Going Out Like That finding place on the Hot Country Songs chart, Reba McEntire has confirmed that she's back in a big way. The Oklahoma native's sass-filled single about a woman nursing a broken heart by wearing a red dress and high heels for a night out has become her career high debut. The diva has called the number “woman's power anthem” and is all set to perform it live. Yes, Reba McEntire has announced numerous live concerts along with appearances in festivals. Besides her performance at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo and Florida Strawberry Festival, Reba will also be sharing the stage with old pals, Brooks & Dunn. So are you ready with your Reba tickets!
Reba McEntire was raised on a big cattle ranch. Since her father was a calf roper champion, they frequently participated in rodeo festivals and were part of many tours. Reba's interest in music came from her mother who was a singer and the love was shared by her siblings Dale and Susie. Although they eventually embarked on solo careers, they started off performing together, calling themselves McEntires.
Reba McEntire found her break when she caught the attention of recording artist Red Steagall, who was signed to Capitol Records. He heard Reba at the 1974 National Rodeo Finals where she was performing the national anthem. Impressed by her singing, he convinced her to move to Nashville and record a session with him. In 1975, McEntire signed with Mercury Records and a year later released her first single I Don't Want to Be a One-Night Stand. The single made its debut on the Country Music charts and set her up for an album release in 1977. Her self-titled record produced the hit number, Angel in Your Arms.
Reba McEntire's first top ten track came in 1980 with her third album “Feel the Fire”. The single (You Lift Me) Up to Heaven climbed to number eight on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks. Reba gained momentum in the industry through singles like Can't Even Get the Blues, You're the First Time I've Thought About Leaving and How Blue. After cementing her place in the country music scene, she enjoyed a successful streak from 1984 through 1987, winning the Country Music Association Award in the category of “Female Vocalist of the Year”. In 1986, CMA voted her as the entertainer of the year. Reba McEntire continued to add feathers in her cap by winning prestigious awards like the Grammy. She bagged two Grammy wins in 1986 and 1993 in the category of “Best Female Country Vocal Performance” as well as the “Best Country Vocal Collaboration”. Reba continuously treated her fans to fresh and ingenious music and from 1985 to 1997 managed to produce 17 number one tracks.
Besides releasing hit albums and songs, Reba McEntire also toured regularly. During the 90s, she made headlines by organizing one of the most extravagant concerts in any kind of music. It had multi-tiered stage, a flying platform as well as a troupe of dancers. Reba has impressed the entertainment world with her versatility and talent. Besides being a superb singer and songwriter, she is also an acclaimed actress. She opened acting doors with the Broadway production, Annie Get Your Gun and was honored at the Drama Desk and Outer Critics awards. Her self-titled television sitcom REBA enjoyed seven seasons and earned her a Golden Globe nomination and a People's Choice Award. Her film credits include playing a supporting role in the hit movie Tremors, North, The Little Rascals and One Night at McCool's.
Although Reba McEntire last released an album in 2010, she has been treating the fans to singles every now and then. She has also collaborated with fellow country musicians like Kenny Chesney and sang the duet Every Other Weekend. With Kelly Clarkson and Trisha Yearwood she performed the number Silent Night. All these tracks and many more can now be enjoyed live by the ardent fans, as the diva has many shows lined up. Reba tickets must be on your buy-list this season. Don't miss her phenomenal live shows.