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  • Dec 4, 1991
    Reba McEntire's album "For My Broken Heart" is certified gold and platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America
    Dec 7, 1991
    Reba McEntire's "For My Broken Heart" tops the Billboard country singles chart
    Dec 17, 1991
    Garth Brooks leads country finalists with three American Music Awards nominations. Nominated twice: Clint Black, Reba McEntire, Travis Tritt and Trisha Yearwood
    Dec 18, 1991
    Reba McEntire and Macauley Culkin are guests on "Bob Hope's Cross-Country Christmas" on NBC-TV
    Jan 28, 1992
    MCA releases Reba McEntire's "Is There Life Out There"
    Feb 4, 1992
    Reba McEntire and Garth Brooks lead the country part of the parade as the nominations are announced in Los Angeles for the People's Choice Awards
    Feb 23, 1992
    Reba McEntire performs "Is There Life Out There" and "For My Broken Heart," and Collin Raye does "Love, Me" on NBC's "Hot Country Nights." The episode also features Ricky Van Shelton, Asleep At The Wheel and Aaron Tippin
    Mar 3, 1992
    Garth Brooks and Alan Jackson pace the Academy Of Country Music's final ballot, with five nominations apiece. Each is up for Entertainer of the Year, along with Clint Black, Reba McEntire and Randy Travis
    Mar 8, 1992
    Reba McEntire hosts the final edition of NBC's "Hot Country Nights," which salutes the year's nominees for the Academy of Country Music awards
    Mar 17, 1992
    Garth Brooks and Reba McEntire pick up two trophies apiece at the 18th annual People's Choice Awards, swiping Favorite Musical Performer and Country Musical Performer, Male and Female

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