As "The Queen of Country", Reba McEntire has infused more energy and passion into her music and acclaimed tour dates than nearly any other female country music star in history. As the best-selling female country musician of all time, Reba has released 19 platinum albums and has won more Top Female Vocalist Awards from the Academy of Country Music than anyone in history. Her latest album has inspired yet another of McEntire's popular concert schedules, and she will kick off 2011 tour dates on the All the Women I Am Tour this fall.
Reba McEntire broke into mainstream country by showcasing her talent using the hits of her favorite musicians. My Kind of Country featured classic hits from yesteryear and showed the world what McEntire was capable of. The artist's popularity really took off in the 90s, beginning with For My Broken Heart, which was inspired by and dedicated to members of her backing band that had died in a plane crash following a tour date. The 90s were full of platinum, chart topping albums and sold-out concert schedules for McEntire, and the singer continued that streak well into the 2000s.
The hit artist's latest release, All the Women I Am, has been excellently received by critics and, after being released in late 2010, is well on its way to going gold. While it does, fans can enjoy 2011 tour dates on Reba McEntire's All the Women I Am Tour which begins on August 1. Various concert dates will also feature opening acts like Victoria Banks and The Band Perry, with the concert schedule ending on November 19.