Reba McEntire Teases a Live Album: ‘Who Thinks It’s Time?’

It’s been 34 years since Reba McEntire released her Reba Live album, but it seems she might have another one in the works. The Country Music Hall of Fame member shared a throwback photo from that era, along with a caption that hints it might not be too long until fans have another record of live music from McEntire.

“Today marks the 34th anniversary of my Live album!” McEntire said. “We had so much fun recording this performance at the McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert, CA back in ’89. Who thinks it’s time for another live album?”

McEntire did perform a pretty iconic live concert earlier this year, when she took the stage for the first time as a headliner, to perform at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. The concert, which included Terri Clark and The Isaacs serving as her opening acts, was the final show on her Reba: Live in Concert Arena Tour.

“I went into it, ‘It’s just another arena,’ because it holds such history for me and my family,’” McEntire said on the Today Show after her final concert. “Grandpap roped there in the rodeo in the ’30s. Daddy roped there during the rodeo in the ’40s, and it felt like they were with us there in Madison Square Garden.”

McEntire has plenty of other things to keep her occupied over the next several weeks. The Oklahoma native is serving as a coach for Season 24 and Season 25 of The Voice, filling the spot left vacant when Blake Shelton exited the show after 23 seasons.

“The country lane — I’m taking over for Blake so I’m gonna represent country music,” McEntire told People when the news was announced. “[He’s got] big boots. I don’t know what size those boots are, but they’re big, so I’m gonna really work hard to make him proud.”

McEntire also just dropped “Till You Love Me (Acoustic Version).” The song is from her Not That Fancy album, out on October 6. The record also features new recordings of several of her biggest hits, including “If You See Him, If You See Her” with Brooks & Dunn, “Does He Love You” with Dolly Parton, “Fancy” and more.

“It’s songs that I went into the studio with Dave Cobb and re-recorded,” McEntire on the Today Show. “And then we’ve got four new songs, songs that we did later, like ‘Georgia,’ the duet with Ronnie and Kix, Brooks & Dunn. It’s great music along with a fun book.”

Her Not That Fancy: Simple Lessons on Living, Loving, Eating, and Dusting Off Your Boots book will be released on October 10

“The book is a fun book,” McEntire said. “Sometimes you have books, autobiographies, that are really diving into stuff. This is just a fun book. You can look through it. You can read it front to back. It’s got recipes, stories, new pictures people haven’t seen before. Talking about my family, my faith, my friends. And then recipes that are from the restaurant in Otoka, Oklahoma, called ‘Reba’s Place.’”

Season 24 of The Voice begins with two back-to-back episodes on September 25 and 26, on NBC. Pre-order Not That Fancy and find all of her music and upcoming shows at

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