Reba McEntire isn’t just one simple woman. In her All The Women I Am concert, she still proves to be an icon within the entertainment industry.
At 65-years-old, some might consider winding down their career and looking toward retirement. Not Reba McEntire. The country artist isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
In fact, Reba McEntire will grace us all with a concert tonight. That’s right, call up your friend and cancel your Friday night plans.
Tonight, Youtube will air her exclusive All The Women I Am at 7:30 p.m. CT.
It will mark the first time the concert will be fully available online. The show will also include the recording of her signature encore hit, “Fancy.”
The concert was initially filmed in 2011 during her tour at the Cajundome in Lafayette, Louisiana. The film will feature performances for some of Reba McEntire’s more iconic hits like “Is There Life Out There” and “Turn On The Radio.”
What is a concert without the host celebrating right along with you? Reba McEntire announced she would be chatting along with fans through her Youtube channel.
According to Reba’s website, the 2011 show was the last of its kind for the Country Music Hall of Fame member. The artist says that the show is only a filler until concerts are back open.
“2011 was the last time we got to go out and play a big arena tour, and I’m so glad we captured this show on film. I know it’s not the same as being there in person, but I hope this gives my fans something to enjoy until we can get back out there on the road safely.”
Reba McEntire During the Pandemic
To pass the time until then, Reba McEntire has joined the set of CBS’s hit sitcom, Young Sheldon. McEntire portrays Dale’s ex-wife as the fiery June. It was her third time the star has appeared on the show. The latest episode premiered last night at 7 p.m. called “A Pager, a Club and a Cranky Bag of Wrinkles.”
Surely, the show isn’t referring to Reba as a “cranky bag of wrinkles” because the woman doesn’t age. Wherever her Fountain of Youth potion is, she needs to share.
During the pandemic that spanned most of 2020, Reba McEntire held two more concerts. The shows highlighted her 1990’s tour, Reba In Concert, and her 1994 tour titled Reba: Live.
Naturally, the online concerts were a hit among Reba-loving home dwellers, with over 100,000 viewers tuning in to watch in the first 72 hours.
Furthermore, last year Reba reminded us how amazing her album Rumor Has It was when she re-released it for the album’s 30th anniversary.