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  • May 18, 1991
    Reba McEntire and Hank Williams Jr. lead the lineup for a rare stadium concert at the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis. Also appearing are K.T. Oslin, Steve Wariner, Restless Heart, Sawyer Brown and Ray Kennedy
    Aug 7, 1991
    Reba McEntire collects a gold album for "My Kind Of Country"
    Aug 15, 1991
    Vince Gill and Alan Jackson lead the way in the 25th annual Country Music Association awards with six nominations apiece. Garth Brooks receives five. Brooks and Gill compete for entertainer against Clint Black, Reba McEntire and George Strait
    Sep 29, 1991
    Reba McEntire makes the cover of the USA Weekend Sunday newspaper supplement, where she talks about the changes in her life after the deaths of eight band members in a 1991 plane crash. For the first time, she feels "so vulnerable"
    Oct 1, 1991
    MCA releases Reba McEntire's album "For My Broken Heart" and the single of the same name
    Oct 2, 1991
    Reba McEntire hosts the CBS telecast of the 25th annual Country Music Association awards at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House, where her audience includes George Bush, the first president to attend a CMA ceremony
    Nov 3, 1991
    Reba McEntire appears with Kenny Rogers in the NBC-TV movie "The Gambler Returns: Luck Of The Draw"
    Dec 4, 1991
    Reba McEntire's album "For My Broken Heart" goes gold and platinum
    Dec 7, 1991
    Reba McEntire's "For My Broken Heart" tops the Billboard country singles chart
    Dec 17, 1991
    Garth Brooks leads country finalists with three American Music Awards nominations. Nominated twice: Clint Black, Reba McEntire, Travis Tritt and Trisha Yearwood

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