Reba McEntire

Reba: My Story

Reba: My Story

With the same straightforward honesty that made her one of country’s top-selling female recording artists, Reba McEntire tells her phenomenal story.
From her childhood in Oklahoma working cattle with her ranching family to her days on the rodeo competition circuit, from her early days as a performer in honky-tonks to her many awards and a sold-out appearance at Carnegie Hall, Reba relates her experiences with heartfelt emotion and down-to-earth humor. With the same warmth and generous spirit that infuses her music, she introduces us to the most important people in her life: the family and friends who sustain her and the musicians and producers who have inspired her and helped her realize her artistic vision. With great poignancy, she also recounts the lowest points of her life, the breakup of her first marriage and the plane crash that took the lives of eight of her band members; and the highest, her remarriage and the birth of her son Shelby. Her story is not only a chronicle of a remarkable life but a vivid testament of unshakable determination and faith in God.
Reba: My Story is an intimate portrait of one of America’s most beloved and successful entertainers.

NOTE: This edition does not include a photo insert.


Reba McEntire: Video Gold, Vol. 2 Reviews

Reba McEntire: Video Gold, Vol. 2

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Volume Two of this incredible collection includes six chart-topping #1 hits including ”What Am I Gonna Do About You” ”The Heart Won’t Lie” and her 2004 smash ”Somebody.” Guest artists include Vince Gill, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride & Linda Davis. Multi-platinum recording artist Reba McEntire presents, for the first-time on DVD, a complete collection of her music videos. Critically acclaimed throughout the Country music scene for her powerful and moving music videos, Reba’s videos are showcased here with digitally remastered audio and visuals. She is more popular than ever, especially with her successful careers in addition to Music -Television (recently completing her 5th season of Reba), Theatre (Annie Get Your Gun) and Movies (including the upcoming Christmas 2006 release of Charlotte’s Web as part of an all-star cast).

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Millennium Collection – 20th Century Masters

Millennium Collection – 20th Century Masters


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Reba McEntire – Greatest Hits Volume III: I’m A Survivor Reviews

Reba McEntire – Greatest Hits Volume III: I’m A Survivor

NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILEReba specializes in encouraging ordinary women to face their trials with courage, perseverance, and hope. Consisting mostly of 1990s hits, Volume III deviates from this mission just twice: “The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia,” which is either a slice of Southern gothic or pure kitsch, take your pick; and “She Thinks His Name Is John,” a morality tale that mistakes pity for empathy. More typically, Reba shouts, “You go girl!” “Fallin’ Out of Love,” for example, is about a woman who tells her cheating ex to take a hike when he comes crawling back. “I’m a Survivor” (her sitcom theme and one of the disc’s three new recordings) somehow finds common cause between the struggles of a single mom and a preemie. If only there were some real-life scale to it all. Instead, Reba the Diva transforms each song into a grandiose anthem, where even the quietest beginnings end with her revving up for one more key change. –David Cantwell

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Reba Duets Reviews

Reba Duets

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Superstar Reba McEntire blends voices with some of music’s hottest stars from various genres to deliver an album of 11 incredible duets. Guest performances include Kenny Chesney, Kelly Clarkson, Ronnie Dunn (of Brooks & Dunn), Vince Gill, Don Henley, Faith Hill, Carole King, Rascal Flatts, LeAnn Rimes, Justin Timberlake and Trisha Yearwood. This collection is Reba’s 31st release on MCA Records Nashville. She has achieved 33 #1 hits, won 15 American Music Awards, 12 Academy of Country Music Awards, 7 Country Music Association Awards and 2 Grammy’s. Country music queen Reba McEntire sounds like she feels at home with a variety of big-name artists, who wisely adapt to her style rather than making her stretch to accommodate them. Perhaps the biggest surprise is her duet with Justin Timberlake on “The Only Promise That Remains,” which he wrote for her as an acoustic ballad far removed from most of the music he makes on his own. The power balladry of “Because of You” receives the full diva treatment in its teaming of McEntire with Kelly Clarkson, while Carole King adds some pop buoyancy to “Everyday People” (not the Sly and the Family Stone classic). LeAnn Rimes pays trans-generational homage with opener “When You Love Someone Like That” (which also closes Rimes’ recent Family as a bonus cut). “Does the Wind Still Blow in Oklahoma,” a duet with Ronnie Dunn, finds the pair writing as well as singing together, and Vince Gill offers his “These Broken Hearts” for the duet treatment. Faith Hill and Reba wring high drama from “Sleeping with the Telephone,” which humanizes the war from the perspective of a soldier’s wife whose husband is overseas. –Don McLeese

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Reba McEntire Does Country Cover of Taylor Swift's 'I Knew You Were Trouble'

Reba McEntire Does Country Cover of Taylor Swift's 'I Knew You Were Trouble'
Taylor Swift's recent forays have been all pop, but that doesn't mean a country twist isn't lurking in those tunes somewhere. Luckily, a queen of country, Reba McEntire, knew just what to do during Tuesday night's episode of Best Time Ever With Neil …
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Reba McEntire Is All Smiles in Her First Post-Split Live TV Appearance
Reba McEntire appears to be holding up pretty well since announcing her split from her husband of 26 years, Narvel Blackstock, earlier this month. The 60-year-old country singer made her first post-split live television appearance on The Tonight Show …
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“Reba McEntire” – CMT “Giants” Complete Program

“Reba McEntire” – CMT “Giants” Complete Program.
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Kelly Clarkson and Mother-in-law Reba McEntire Sing ‘Fancy’

Kelly Clarkson and Mother-in-law Reba McEntire Sing 'Fancy'

How fancy. Near the end of Miranda Lambert and Kelly Clarkson’s tribute medley to Reba McEntire during Fox’s inaugural American Country Countdown Awards, McEntire strolled to center stage and…
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Photo: "Starmaker" Jim Halsey receives prestigious award at Nashville conference
Halsey's career spans more than 60 years as artist manager, agent and impresario, discovering and guiding the careers of such illustrious personalities as fellow Oklahomans Roy Clark and Reba McEntire, The Oak Ridge Boys, Waylon Jennings, The Judds, …

A Mega Country Star Asks Little Big Town To Join Grande Ole Opry
While performing on the Grand Ole Opry's stage, the singers overheard a fifth voice during the last chorus of their song, 'Pontoon.” Reba McEntire hit the stage, causing the band members to go into complete shock. But that wasn't the only reason the …
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Little Big Town to Join the Grand Ole Opry
As the group was finishing their three-song set on the Opry stage on Friday night (Oct. 3), Reba McEntire joined them onstage for an impromptu singalong on their hit "Pontoon," and she capped the performance by inviting the group to become Opry members.
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