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Reba McEntire will perform June 20th in Dawson Creek


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SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 2010


Doors 6:00pm                     Show 7:30pm         

 TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY, MAY [email protected] 10:00am local time

 Tickets available at Tiger Box Office Plus, Dawson Co-op High Performance Ticket Outlet, or call 877-339-TIXX to charge by phone or online at www.dawsonco-optickets.com

 Tickets (incl. GST) $115.00, $95.00 (additional charges may apply)

 Reserved seating 

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(Dawson Creek, BC) Global Spectrum announces REBA MCENTIRE will be making a stop at the EnCana Events Centre on Sunday, June 20th.

As Reba embarks on an exciting new chapter of her career with the much-anticipated release of Keep On Loving You, her debut album with The Valory Music Co., it is readily apparent that she’s not your typical icon.

Sure, she’s amassed the sort of career statistics that ensures legendary status in popular music– more than 55 million in album sales, 33 No. 1 hits, 2 Grammys, seven Country Music Association Awards (CMAs), 12 Academy of Country Music Awards (ACMs), nine People’s Choice Awards and 15 American Music Awards. The Oklahoma quadruple threat has also found success in television, where her self-titled primetime TV series was a top-rated sitcom for six seasons, on Broadway, where she received rave reviews for her irresistible performance in Annie Get Your Gun, and in film. (And there’s a best-selling autobiography, as well as the popular Reba collection at Dillard’s featuring women’s clothing and footwear and bed and bath specialty items.)

Keep on Loving You is a collection of 13 songs that is quintessential Reba. It’s a sound that is contemporary, fresh and relevant, yet still true to her traditional country roots.  “I still go with the same formula I always have,” she says. “When a song moves me, I will sing it and hopefully it will move you. I just like to sing different songs. I think it goes back to that attention-span thing for me. Mama always said I had the attention span of a 2-year-old. I like to sing an up-tempo kick-butt song and then a ballad. ‘I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry’ is one of my favorite songs and then go into ‘Respect’ or something like ‘Strange’ or “Just When I Thought I’d Stopped Loving You.’”

“I’m excited about being with the new record label,” she says. “I’m excited about this new album. I’m excited where I am in my life, my age,  that radio is still playing my music and that fans still want to hear my music and see me perform. I’m very grateful, appreciative and blessed.”

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