Reba McEntire Announces ‘The Ultimate Christmas Collection’

The album is out October 14.

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Reba McEntire, ‘The Ultimate Christmas Collection’ - Photo: Courtesy of MCA Nashville
Reba McEntire, ‘The Ultimate Christmas Collection’ - Photo: Courtesy of MCA Nashville

Reba McEntire has announced Reba: The Ultimate Christmas Collection, set to be released Friday, October 14.

The collection is made up of favorites from her previous Christmas releases along with the stirring track “I Needed Christmas,” featured in the Lifetime movie Reba McEntire’s Christmas In Tune. The collection is available for pre-order now nos.

“I’m excited to share this newly packaged collection of my all-time favorite Christmas songs,” said Reba. “It was so hard to narrow down to just twelve songs, but I hope my fans enjoy this journey through time!”

Fans of Reba will be able to catch her on tour soon. “Reba: Live In Concert” is set to kick off on October 13 in Lafayette, LA. With 35 No. 1 hits under her belt, the award-winning entertainer will deliver hit after hit during her “entertaining and flawlessly executed” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) live show. Presented by Live Nation, the 17-city tour will feature special guest Terri Clark across all shows.

“I can’t wait to see everyone out on the road again this fall,” said Reba. “We had so much fun in the spring and I’m ready to get back out there with my buddy Terri Clark!”

Back in April, the country superstar performed the Diane Warren song “Somehow You Do,” at the Academy Awards, from the film Four Good Days, which is nominated for Best Original Song.

A number of Best Original Song were performed at the event. Billie Eilish and Finneas delivered “No Time to Die” from the James Bond movie of the same name. Beyoncé sang “Be Alive” from King Richard, and Sebastian Yatra performed “Dos Oruguitas” from Encanto. That wasn’t McEntire’s first time as an Oscars performer: in 1991, she sang “I’m Checkin’ Out” from the movie Postcards From the Edge. The Shel Silverstein composition was nominated as Best Original Song that year, but lost to “Sooner Or Later (I Always Get My Man),” with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, from the film Dick Tracy.

Pre-order Reba: The Ultimate Christmas Collection.

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