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Jun 2, 1986MCA releases Reba McEntire's "Little Rock"Aug 18, 1986Randy Travis has a role in six nominations for the Country Music Association's 20th annual awards. The Judds and Reba McEntire earn five nominations each, and George Strait takes fourSep 15, 1986MCA releases Reba McEntire's "What Am I Gonna Do About You"Sep 22, 1986MCA releases Reba McEntire's "What Am I Gonna Do About You" albumOct 4, 1986Reba McEntire serves as guest co-host on "Hee Haw," where The Bellamy Brothers and The Forester Sisters perform their collaboration "Too Much Is Not Enough"Oct 13, 1986Reba McEntire takes the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year award, joining Dan Seals as double-winners at the 20th annual event at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House. Her other win is her third straight for Female Vocalist of the YearNov 8, 1986Reba McEntire and Tanya Tucker are musical guests on "Hee Haw"Nov 11, 1986
A Nashville benefit raises $40,000 for O.B. McClinton, suffering from liver cancer. Performers include Reba McEntire, Kathy Mattea, Waylon Jennings, Ricky Skaggs, Jeff Cook, Jessi Colter, Tom T. Hall, Larry Gatlin, Johnny Rodriguez, Steve Wariner and Rex Allen Jr.Dec 13, 1986Reba McEntire guests on "Hee Haw" with Loretta Lynn, Keith Stegall and Pat BooneDec 23, 1986The Judds pace country artists with five nominations for the 1987 American Music Awards. Reba McEntire gets four, while George Strait and Alabama have three apiece
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