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2014: Nov
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Reba McEntire Fantasy Springs Resort Casino
Indio, CA
November 1, 2014
Saturday 8:00 pm
Reba McEntire Winstar Casino
Thackerville, OK
November 8, 2014
Saturday 8:00 pm
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Reba McEntire History

Reba McEntire was clearly the dominant female presence in the country music format from the mid-1980s until the late 1990s. She was born Reba Nell McEntire on March 28, 1955, in Chockie, Oklahoma, and grew up on a large cattle ranch. Her father was also a champion calf roper, which led to many far-flung rodeo tours for their family. Red Steagall, a recording artist for Capitol Records at the time, heard her singing the national anthem at the National Rodeo finals in 1974: his remarkable first impression helped allow her to sign with Mercury Records in 1975. The next year, she married rodeo rider Charlie Battles; their union lasted until their divorce in 1987.

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In 1976, McEntire made her debut on Billboard's country singles chart with 'I Don't Want to Be a One-Night Stand.' She, however, did not score a Top 10 record until 1980 when 'You Lift Me Up to Heaven' climbed to number 8. During her next few years with Mercury she gained momentum through singles that usually landed in the Top 10 and Top 5 regions (she switched to MCA in 1984). Two of her Mercury singles climbed to #1: 'Can't Even Get the Blues' in 1983 and 'You're the First Time I've Thought About Leaving' in 1984. After three singles with MCA she finally again hit #1 with the 1984 release of 'How Blue.'

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