Reba McEntire’s Career Is Still Golden
A mere eight months after its release, Reba McEntire's album, 'Keep on Loving You,' has been certified gold by the RIAA.
It's her first for the Starstruck/Valory label, after a 25-year run on MCA Nashville, but the singer is no stranger to heavy metal -- every single one of Reba's studio albums since 'My Kind of Country' was released in 1984, has been certified gold or better!
Reba continues her dominance as the country female artist with the most RIAA sale certifications, and says she isn't surprised that loyal fans continue to buy her full albums, instead of the digital single downloads that are increasing in popularity.
"I've always been lucky enough to find great songs from the songwriters," she explains. "I love to have an album full of great songs that are also very diverse." The title cut from the album, written by the superstar's good friend Ronnie Dunn and Terry McBride, is at No. 22 on the charts and climbing.
Currently touring with George Strait, along with opening act Lee Ann Womack, Reba is nominated for an ACM Award for Female Vocalist at the upcoming ceremony on April 18, where she will also return for the 12th time as host.
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