Rumor Has It (Remastered) Reba McEntire
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- 1Climb That Mountain High02:52
- 2Rumor Has It03:47
- 3Waitin' For The Deal To Go Down03:16
- 4You Lie03:57
- 5Now You Tell Me03:39
- 7Fallin' Out Of Love04:35
- 8This Picture03:26
- 9You Remember Me04:25
- 10That's All She Wrote03:28
Info for Rumor Has It (Remastered)
Reba McEntire will be re-releasing her Triple Platinum album "Rumor Has It". It is the 30th Anniversary of this iconic album and to help celebrate this, the album will have bonus tracks that have never before been released. Rumor Has It is the 17th studio album by Reba McEntire. It was released on September 4, 1990. The album contained 4 Top 10 hits including- "Rumor Has It", "Fancy", and the #1 Song-"You Lie". The album reached #2 on the Top Current Country Albums chart.
“I never imagined I’d get the chance to put out an album for a second time. It’s just so much fun to look back and remember where we were and what we were doing when they were originally released,” Reba reflected on the news in a press release from Universal Music Group Nashville. “This album in particular is very special to me because it was the first time I got to record with Tony Brown and he was the reason I finally got to record ‘Fancy.’ Now here we are 30 years later and I never end a show without singing that song.”
Reba McEntire, lead and background vocals
Dann Huff, electric guitar
Steve Gibson, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin
Steve Fishell, steel guitar
Kirk Cappello, synthesizer
John Barlow Jarvis, keyboards
Matt Rollings, keyboards
Edgar Meyer, bass
Michael Rhodes, bass
Larrie Londin, drums
Bob Bailey, background vocals
Kim Fleming, background vocals
Vince Gill, background vocals
Vicki Hampton, background vocals
Yvonne Hodges, background vocals
Pamela Quillon, background vocals
Harry Stinson, background vocals
Paula Kaye Wallace, background vocals
Suzy Wills, background vocals
One of the most successful female recording artists in history, Reba has sold over 56 million albums worldwide and is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame. She has won 15 American Music Awards; 13 ACM Awards; 9 People’s Choice Awards; 7 CMA Awards; 2 GRAMMY Awards; an ACM Career Achievement Honor; and is one of only four entertainers in history to receive the National Artistic Achievement Award from the U.S. Congress.
Reba’s reign of #1 hits spans four decades and Billboard, Country Aircheck and Mediabase recognized her as the biggest female hitmaker in Country music history. She earned her 64th Top 10 hit and her 35th #1 with “Turn On The Radio,” from her most recent album, ALL THE WOMEN I AM. Reba’s run of sales successes has garnered her in the upper echelon of #1 albums in the Country genre.
During her ALL THE WOMEN I AM TOUR, both Pollstar and Billboard’s Boxscore (the touring industry’s leading trade outlets) named Reba the #1 female Country touring artist, selling a combined total of over 9 million tickets.
The Oklahoma native is also an acclaimed actress with 11 movie credits to her name, including Tremors, North & The Little Rascals. In 2001, she made her Broadway debut in Irving Berlin's Annie Get Your Gun which the New York Times hailed, "without qualification the best performance by an actress in a musical comedy this season." She has also starred in the eponymous sitcom Reba, which ran for 6 seasons on the WB Television Network/The CW, and Malibu Country on ABC.
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