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  • Dec 19, 1990
    Reba McEntire, John Denver and Aretha Franklin sing a holiday medley--"Jingle Bells," "Deck The Halls," "I'll Be Home For Christmas," "Winter Wonderland" and "White Christmas"--as NBC telecasts "Christmas In Washington"
    Dec 20, 1990
    George Strait's three nominations make him the country frontrunner as the American Music Awards finalists are announced. Double-nominees include Clint Black, Garth Brooks, The Judds and Reba McEntire
    Jan 19, 1991
    CBS-TV hosts "The Grand Ole Opry 65th Anniversary Celebration: The New Tradition." The lineup includes: Clint Black, Reba McEntire, Roy Acuff, Alan Jackson, Ricky Skaggs, Patty Loveless, Vince Gill and others
    Jan 28, 1991
    Reba McEntire wins two trophies at the American Music Awards, while George Strait, Alabama, Garth Brooks and The Kentucky HeadHunters also make the winners circle. Merle Haggard claims a special Award of Merit
    Feb 9, 1991
    Aaron Tippin makes his "Hee Haw" debut, performing on the venerable TV show alongside Reba McEntire and Mac Wiseman
    Mar 16, 1991
    A plane crash outside of San Diego kills eight members of Reba McEntire' band and crew, including singer/songwriter Chris Austin, whose "Same Ol' Love" becomes a hit for Ricky Skaggs
    Mar 20, 1991
    A memorial service honors the eight members of Reba McEntire's band who died in a plane crash. Johnny Cash recites from the Eddy Arnold recording "Jim, I Wore A Tie Today" at the Christ Church in Nashville
    Mar 25, 1991
    Reba McEntire sings "I'm Checking Out," from the film "Postcards From The Edge," during the Academy awards at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium, dedicating the song to eight members of her band and crew who died nine days prior in a plane crash
    Apr 1, 1991
    Reba McEntire collects her second platinum album from the RIAA, for "Rumor Has It"
    Apr 1, 1991
    Reba McEntire is featured on the cover of People magazine, following the death of eight band members in a plane crash. The edition's headline quotes McEntire: "This is my darkest hour"

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