Country superstar Reba McEntire releases a new music video for her timeless song “What If” today. Written by Diane Warren and originally released in 1997, Reba felt compelled to re-release the song with an updated video as an encouraging message of hope and positivity.  The uplifting track is also available for the first time on digital platforms today, listen HERE.



    “This song is as relevant today as it was 23 years ago,” shares Reba. “That’s the power of a great song and Diane Warren is no stranger to writing great songs. Even though we may not be able to physically reach out with just one hand right now, we can still be there for each other and take care of our neighbors, essential workers and medical professionals. Re-releasing this song and updated video with its message of care, hope and love felt like the right thing to do. Maybe we still can change things.”

    About Reba McEntire:
    Multi-media entertainment mogul Reba McEntire has become a household name through a successful career that spans across music, television, film, theater and retail. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Hollywood Bowl member has won 16 ACM Awards, 15 American Music Awards, 9 People’s Choice Awards, 6 CMA Awards, 3 GRAMMY® Awards, a GMA Dove Award and was a 2018 Kennedy Center Honors recipient, in addition to multiple philanthropic and leadership honors. In 2017, she marked her thirteenth summit as the double-disc collection SING IT NOW: SONGS OF FAITH & HOPE topped both the Billboard Country and Christian/Gospel charts, bolstering Reba’s successful record of 35 No. 1 singles and over 56 million albums sold worldwide. Reba co-produced her latest GRAMMY® nominated album, STRONGER THAN THE TRUTH (Big Machine Records) alongside Buddy Cannon in Nashville. The Oklahoma native and Golden Globe® nominated actress has 11 movie credits to her name, a lead role on Broadway in Irving Berlin’s Annie Get Your Gun and starred in the six-season television sitcom Reba. Most recently, she joined the voice cast of Fox Animation’s Spies in Disguise – released in theaters Christmas 2019. Her brand partnerships include Dillard’s, REBA by Justin™ and was named the first female and musician to portray KFC’s iconic founder Colonel Harland Sanders in their celebrity colonel campaign.


    Audio / Reba McEntire talks about her song "What If."


    Reba McEntire (What If) OC: …What If. :16
    “Hi, this is Reba McEntire. Now more than ever, the song ‘What If’ hits close to home. Well, even though it may feel like we’re living in a world gone mad, you know we can still fond ways to make a difference and hopefully change things. Here it is, ‘What If.'”


  • UPDATED UMG NASHVILLE COVID-19 QUARANTINE AUDIO AND LINERS, PART 2: Reba, Darius, Pardi, Brandon, Caylee, Chrissy, Langston, Kylie and more

    We will continue to update this story as we try to navigate our way through uncharted territory during this global pandemic.  Keep checking back.

    Country Music Stars and the entire country music industry and country music fans seem to be some of the first to show up to lend a helping hand, a voice and a song to get all of us through these tough times.

    Some of your favorite country stars are live streaming performances, answering your questions, revealing what they are doing to pass the time while social distancing and giving a message of hope to the rest of us.

    Find audio below as well as some recent social posts.


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    Audio / LINER Reba McEntire (COVID-19)


    Audio / Reba McEntire (message and thoughts during COVID-19)


    Reba McEntire (message and thoughts during COVID-19) OC: …I know I sure will. 1:50
    “Our Mama, Jacqueline McEntire, passed away March the 14th of this year, and so my two sisters and brother and I have been really busy here in Oklahoma taking care of her estate and Daddy’s estate, he passed away five years ago. So, we’ve been making sure we get everything separated and divided up amongst us. It’s been healing, sad, hmmm, we’ve found so many fun, wonderful things that we’d never seen before — letters from Daddy to Mama, pictures that I don’t know why she hadn’t shown us but we hadn’t seen ’em before. Mama had put ’em in a box in her closet. So, it’s really neat to see those things and oh, memory lane and so emotional, but gosh, we had a blast. It’s been so wonderful to get to stay with my sister in Chockie, Oklahoma with her and her husband Mark, Susie and Mark. We’ve just had the best time. Some people are in cities with millions, and we’re just here in this little bitty town in Chockie. There might not be more than 14 people here. It’s been a great time of rest, relaxation, meditation, getting to know your family better, my family. I’ve totally enjoyed it. My heart goes out to those peoople who did get sick during the Coronavirus. My heart goes out to the ones who have lost loved ones and family members and friends, but like the song says ‘What If,’ I think it’s really joined us together and made us a tightknit bunch. We’ll survive. We’ll go on, and I think we’ll love deeper, appreciate more and come out stronger at the end. I know I sure will.”

    Audio / LINER Darius Rucker (Coronavirus liner)


    Audio / LINER Jon Pardi (Coronavirus liner)


    Audio / LINER Jon Pardi (Coronavirus liner) 2


    Audio / Jon Pardi talks about what he's been doing to keep busy during this time if social distancing.


    Jon Pardi (what he’s been doing) OC: …know what I’m saying? :27
    “How I’m doing with social distancing? Well, I’ve got my country distancing, and I’ve been working on the land, praying for the sun and no more rain in Tennessee. I mean it’s just so rainy. I haven’t really gotten to see my family or anything, because everybody’s so far apart, but I’m hanging in there. Trying to write some music, watching TV, Netflix and stuff, so it’s been fun, getting back to my inner self, powering up the soul, know what I’m saying?”

    Audio / Jon Pardi reveals his favorite show on Netflix right now.


    Jon Pardi (favorite show on Netflix) OC: …overdubbed. :09
    “My favorite show on Netflix right now is ‘The Money Heist.’ It’s originally in Spanish but overdubbed in English. It’s very good, even though you can tell that it’s overdubbed.”

    Audio / Jon Langston (what he's been doing)


    Jon Langston (what he’s been doing) OC: …as possible. :09
    “Lately I’ve been turkey hunting a little bit and playing outside with my dog and trying to get outside in the yard and get as much done around the house as possible.”

    Audio / Caylee Hammack explains what she's been doing during this time of social distancing.


    Caylee Hammack (what she’s been doing) OC: …stuck at home. :25
    “Hey y’all-this is Caylee Hammack, and the way I have dealt with social distancing is I have just really dove into all of the books I’ve bought over the past year that I’ve not been able to read and I haven’t caught up with. I have been gardening like crazy And really just cleaning and reorganizing my house and trying to make the best out of being stuck at home.”

    Audio / LINER Caylee Hammack (COVID-19) 1


    Audio / Brandon Lay reveals his favorite hobb9es.


    Brandon Lay (fave hobbires) OC: …'”
    “Hey y’all, I’m Brandon Lay. My favorite hobbies are plaing basketball, working on tractors and listening to Fleetwood Mac.”

    Audio / Brandon Lay talks about what he's been doing during social distancing.


    Brandon Lay (what he’s been doing) OC: …take advantage of. :33

    Audio / Brandon Lay sends heartfelt message to fans.


    Brandon Lay (message to fans) OC: …before you know it. :23

    Audio / LINER Chrissy Metz (COVID-19)


    Audio / LINER Kylie Morgan (COVID-19)


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    Country superstar Reba McEntire has postponed her upcoming arena tour, originally scheduled to launch next weekend. The newly rescheduled dates launch July 9th in Huntsville, AL and wrap August 8th in Evansville, IN. Previously purchased tickets will be honored for all dates.

    “For the safety of everyone, we have decided to postpone our new arena tour until July,” shares Reba. “All tickets will be honored for the new dates. Most importantly, stay safe and take care of you and your loved ones. We’ll get through this together.”

    NEW DATES: Reba Live In Concert 2020 Tour

    July 9                     Huntsville, AL                     Von Braun Center Arena

    July 10                   Duluth, GA                          Infinite Energy Center

    July 11                   Biloxi, MS                            Mississippi Coast Coliseum

    July 16                   Pittsburgh, PA                   PPG Paints Arena

    July 17                   Toledo, OH                          Huntington Center

    July 18                   Bethlehem, PA                  Wind Creek Event Center

    July 23                   St. Paul, MN                       Xcel Energy Center

    July 24                   Rosemont, IL                      Allstate Arena

    July 31                   Green Bay, WI                   Resch Center

    Aug 1                     Sioux Falls, SD                    Denny Sanford Premier Center

    Aug 6                     Grand Rapids, MI             Van Andel Arena

    Aug 7                     Peoria, IL                              Peoria Civic Center

    Aug 8                     Evansville, IN                      Ford Center



    For a full list of tour dates, news and more, visit www.reba.com


    Country superstar Reba McEntire announced today that she will return to her original label home, Universal Music Group Nashville, where she spent the first 32 years of her famed career. During her time on both Mercury and MCA Records, two of the four labels that form Universal Music Group Nashville, Reba celebrated unprecedented success including 33 of her 35 career No. 1 singles and selling over 56 million albums worldwide.

    “It’s a wonderful feeling to be back with the family where I started,” shares Reba. “I am thrilled because my catalog is here at Universal and I’m really excited to revisit all the songs that I recorded many years ago. We’re going to have a lot of fun.”

    “At a time when our music, our community and our artists need a bright guiding light, Reba returning to the place where it all started is a great testament to her continuing impact and her powerful musical legacy and we are so proud she’s coming home,” says UMG Nashville President Cindy Mabe. “Reba is a music icon who changed culture and paved her own path by making strong empowering musical statements throughout her career through her songs, her videos, her fashion, her shows and her persona. She’s inspired so many generations of fans and there is so much more impact to be made. It is our honor and privilege to get to collaborate and grow the future of Reba’s musical career.”

    On March 20th, Reba will hit the road on her first headlining arena tour since 2011 kicking off in Evansville, IN. Rising singer/songwriter Caylee Hammack is set to join her for the dozen stops including Pittsburgh, PA, Toledo, OH, St. Paul, MN and more. In addition, Reba will continue her residency with Brooks & Dunn at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas with 24 new dates through December.

    Known as a powerhouse vocalist whose talent transcends musical boundaries, Reba is a true multi-media entertainment mogul. From the top of the country charts to the Broadway stage, Reba has repeatedly demonstrated her ability to inhabit any style of song with an authority and passion that has made her a household name from stage to screen. Her successful career spans across music, television, film, theater and retail. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Hollywood Bowl member has won 16 ACM Awards, 15 American Music Awards, 9 People’s Choice Awards, 6 CMA Awards, 3 GRAMMY Awards and a GMA Dove Award. Reba was also a 2018 Kennedy Center Honors recipient.

    Her timeless hits include “Whoever’s In New England,” “You Lie,” “Fancy,” “Rumor Has It,” “Is There Life Out There,” “The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia,” “Does He Love You” and more. Most recently, Reba released her acclaimed album, Read My Mind, on vinyl for the first time in celebration of its 25th Anniversary. The album includes hits such as “Why Haven’t I Heard From You” and “She Thinks His Name Was John.”

    Originally from Oklahoma, Reba is a Golden Globe nominated actress and has 11 movie credits to her name in addition to her lead role on Broadway in Irving Berlin’s “Annie Get Your Gun.” She also starred in the six-season television sitcom “Reba.”

    For a full list of tour dates, news and more, visit www.reba.com

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    Audio / Reba McEntire talks about being back home at Universal Music Group.


    Reba McEntire (back at UMG) OC: …be exciting. :36
    “It’s a wonderful feeling to be back with the family where I started. A full circle moment. I am thrilled because my catalog is here at Universal, and I’m really excited to revisit all of the songs that I recorded many years ago and work with a team that’s so excited about my songs as I am. We’re gonna have a lot of fun. It’s gonna be very interesting to see what you can do with songs in 2020 as opposed to back 30, 40 years ago. I’m really looking forward to it. It’s gonna be exciting.”