Reba Extends National Tour, Including Quad Cities Show
The legendary Reba McEntire has announced a host of additional concerts on her 'Reba: Live in Concert' tour, including a stop in Moline.
In a tweet, Reba said, "I'm having so much fun out on the road that we've decided to add more dates and continue the fun on into 2023 with Terri Clark, and the Isaacs.
The newly-added 2023 dates begin in Jacksonville, Florida on March 9 and continue through an April 15 concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Reba will visit Vibrant Arena at the Mark in Moline, Illinois on Saturday, March 18. Tickets for that show will go on sale this Friday, October at 10 a.m. Specifics on tickets are available here.
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Reba, born on an 8,000-acre Oklahoma ranch, recorded her first song with a brother and sister for Boss Records in 1971. Three years later, she sang at the National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City. Red Steagall saw her that day and invited her to come to Nashville. Red shopped the demos Reba cut for him and helped her get a record deal at Polygram Mercy Records in November of 1975.
In September of 1977, Reba made her first appearance at the Grand Ole Opry. It would be five-and-a-half more years before she secured her first number one song with "Can't Even Get the Blues" in January of 1983. Reba has scored a total of 24 number one songs, across four separate decades, and became a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2011.