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  • Sep 19, 1996
    Reba McEntire's album "Merry Christmas To You" is certified platinum by the RIAA
    Sep 19, 1996
    The "8 Seconds" soundtrack earns a platinum album from the RIAA. Contributors include John Anderson, Pam Tillis, Billy Dean, Brooks & Dunn, Reba McEntire, Vince Gill, McBride & The Ride, Karla Bonoff, David Lee Murphy, Mark Chesnutt, Patty Smyth and Bill Conti
    Oct 1, 1996
    Reba McEntire's haircut makes the front page of The Tennessean. Her bountiful locks had become a trademark, and the new, shorter 'do will make its national debut during the Country Music Association awards
    Nov 5, 1996
    MCA releases Reba McEntire's album "What If It's You"
    Nov 30, 1996
    Reba McEntire takes over the #1 position on the Billboard country albums chart with "What If It's You"
    Dec 4, 1996
    Reba McEntire has a serious knee injury while snow-skiing in Utah, forcing her to cancel shows in Tucson, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Anaheim
    Dec 6, 1996
    It's an all-country finalists list for Favorite Male Musical Performer as Garth Brooks, George Strait and Vince Gill get nominations for the People's Choice Awards. Reba McEntire is up for the female honor against Whitney Houston and Alanis Morissette
    Dec 10, 1996
    Reba McEntire returns to the concert stage at the San Jose Arena in California, following a skiing accident that forced the cancellation of concerts in Tucson, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Anaheim
    Dec 16, 1996
    MCA releases Reba McEntire's "How Was I To Know"
    Jan 12, 1997
    Garth Brooks and Reba McEntire win the annual People's Choice Awards for Favorite Male and Female Musical Performer

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