The Queen Has Returned To Her Throne

What? What was that? I do believe that was the sound of knees hitting the floor in praise of the triumphant return of the queen. The queen of England? The queen of hearts? Ah, the queen of country music, Reba, has made her way back to her rightful spot..#1.

62,469 copies of Love Somebody sold in just the first week. The first new music from this beloved Nashville icon was brought to us by none other than Nash Icon Records. The young label, a mutual endeavor by Cumulus and BMLG,  has been scooping up our favorite country stars from the past few decades and promising exciting things on the horizon. Promises that have so far, much to my chagrin because I love hating on big record labels, exceeded expectations.

Don’t call it a comeback. Don’t you dare! This album captures all of the virtue we have come to love about Reba while proving she can remain relevant in this feeting, fickle branch of entertainment we call country music.  “An album that holds it’s own with hitmakers half her age”, raves Rolling Stone.

The first single “Going Out Like That” has hitherto garnered over 100,000 downloads. The multi-faceted entertainer has been tirelessly plugging away making appearances on Today, Wake Up With Al, The Talk, The Voice, and performing at the 50th ACM Awards where Reba was granted a Milestone Award for Most Awarded Female Vocalist Of The Year.

All of this is leading up to the much anticipated Las Vegas residency Reba, Brooks & Dunn: Together In Vegas launching June 17 at Caesar’s Palace.

For tour dates and info visit and follow @Reba on Twitter and Instagram


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