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  • Oct 5, 1994
    Reba McEntire and Linda Davis pull in the Vocal Event of The Year trophy, for "Does He Love You," during the 28th annual Country Music Association awards at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House
    Oct 9, 1994
    Reba McEntire stars in the CBS-TV movie "Is There Life Out There?" based on her hit single of the same name
    Oct 17, 1994
    MCA releases Reba McEntire's "Till You Love Me"
    Nov 1, 1994
    Frito's ships 3 million bags of corn chips with Reba McEntire's picture on the package
    Nov 23, 1994
    Reba McEntire's "Greatest Hits II" is certified triple-platinum by the RIAA; her album "Read My Mind" goes double-platinum
    Nov 25, 1994
    Reba McEntire stars in "Reba!," a one-hour NBC-TV special co-starring Linda Davis that was shot in Omaha. It includes a skit in which McEntire spoofs Lucille Ball
    Dec 7, 1994
    "Cowgirl Legends From The Cowgirl Hall Of Fame" is published. Written by Kathy Lynn Wills and Virginia Artho, the book features a foreword by Reba McEntire
    Dec 19, 1994
    Reba McEntire's album "It's Your Call" is certified triple-platinum by the RIAA
    Jan 5, 1995
    Reba McEntire withdraws a request to build a heliport on her Music Row property from the Nashville zoning board, after music executives expressed fears that the air traffic would disrupt nearby recording sessions
    Jan 6, 1995
    A day after withdrawing plans for a heliport on her Music Row property, Reba McEntire refiles the plan with the Nashville zoning board, angering fellow music execs. Husband/manager Narvel Blackstock says the move keeps her options open

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