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Reba McEntire’s Greatest Hits: List

Written by MasterClass

Jan 9, 2019 • 2 min read

Reba McEntire was born in 1955 and raised on an 8000-acre ranch in Oklahoma. A child of the countryside, Reba spent much of her early life at rodeos, where her father performed as a world champion steer roper. She also studied music with her mother. Reba created her first band in the ninth grade with her siblings, but it wasn’t until she performed the national anthem at the National Finals Rodeo in 1974, which impressed country music star Red Steagall, that she managed to break into the country music industry.


Written by MasterClass

Jan 9, 2019 • 2 min read

Reba McEntire’s Greatest Hits

Reba topped the Billboard charts with her hit single, “Can’t Even Get the Blues,” and the rest is history. She became one of the most popular country musicians in the late 20th century, and also found success as a TV star in the early 2000s. To date, Reba has released over 30 albums and numerous singles. She has been recognized by the Kennedy Center Honors and the Nashville Songwriting Hall of Fame for her groundbreaking contributions to country music.

While her most recognizable hit song might be “I’m a Survivor” from her show Reba, there are many other chart-toppers worth listening to. The following are Reba McEntire’s songs that hit #1 on the Billboard charts, in order of the length of their tenure at the top.

  1. “Turn on the Radio” from All the Woman I Am (2010)
  2. “Consider Me Gone” from Keep On Loving You (2009)
  3. “Whoever’s in New England” from Whoever’s in New England (1986)
  4. “What Am I Gonna Do About You” from What Am I Gonna Do About You (1986)
  5. “The Last One to Know” from The Last One to Know (1987)
  6. “Somebody Should Leave” from My Kind of Country (1984)
  7. “I Know How He Feels” from Reba (1988)
  8. “Can’t Even Get the Blues” from I’m Not That Lonely (2002)
  9. “You’re the First Time I’ve Thought About Leaving” from Unlimited (1982)
  10. “One Promise Too Late” from What Am I Gonna Do About You (1986)
  11. “The Heart Won’t Lie” from It’s Your Call (1992)
  12. “Is There Life Out There” from For My Broken Heart (1991)
  13. “For My Broken Heart” from For My Broken Heart (1991)
  14. “You Lie” from Rumor Has It (1990)
  15. “If You See Him/If You See Her” ft. Brooks and Dunn, from If You See Him (1998)
  16. “Does He Love You” ft. Linda Davis, from Greatest Hits Volume Two (1993)
  17. “Cathy’s Clown” from Reba Live (1989)
  18. “Little Rock” from Whoever’s in New England (1986)

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