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Jan 22, 1976Reba McEntire has her first recording session for Mercury Records at Nashville's Woodland Sound StudiosFeb 13, 1976John McEntire, Reba McEntire's grandfather, dies, less than one month after she held her first recording sessionJun 21, 1976Reba McEntire marries Charlie Battles at the First Baptist Church in Stringtown, Oklahoma. They honeymoon in Texas, where they make time to promote her latest single to radio stationsDec 16, 1976Reba McEntire graduates from Southeastern Oklahoma State with a degree in elementary educationApr 13, 1977Reba McEntire records the current pop hit "Angel In Your Arms" in Nashville. Eight years later, it achieves country hit status in the hands of Barbara MandrellSep 17, 1977Reba McEntire makes her first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry, singing the Patsy Cline classic "Sweet Dreams" and Roger Miller's "Invitation To The Blues," 30 years to the day after her father won his first rodeo honorMar 19, 1980Reba McEntire records "(You Lift Me) Up To Heaven" in NashvilleJun 25, 1980Reba McEntire and her husband, Charlie Battles, purchase a 215-acre ranch in Stringtown, OklahomaJan 24, 1981Reba McEntire performs "(You Lift Me) Up To Heaven" and T.G. Sheppard sings "I Feel Like Loving You Again" on TV's "Hee Haw." The edition also features Olympic athlete Bruce JennerMar 26, 1981Reba McEntire records "Only You (And You Alone)" and "Today All Over Again" during a 2 p.m. Nashville session
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