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Jan 23, 1987Reba McEntire nets her first gold album, for "Whoever's In New England"Jan 24, 1987Reba McEntire's "What Am I Gonna Do About You" rises to #1 on the Billboard country albums chartJan 26, 1987Alabama wins three American Music Awards in the country category, while The Judds net two, at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium. Other country winners include: Willie Nelson, Barbara Mandrell, George Jones and Reba McEntireFeb 24, 1987Reba McEntire, Alabama, George Strait, Randy Travis and The Judds are nominated three times apiece as finalists for the 22nd annual Academy of Country Music awards are announced in Los AngelesFeb 24, 1987Reba McEntire's recording of "Whoever's In New England" wins Best Country Vocal Performance, Female, during the 29th annual Grammy Awards in Los AngelesApr 6, 1987The Statler Brothers pace finalists for The Music City News awards with six nominations. Reba McEntire and Randy Travis claim five, and Alabama and George Strait pick up fourApr 6, 1987Reba McEntire doubles up at the 22nd annual Academy Of Country Music awards, telecast by NBC from Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California. She takes Top Female Vocalist and Country Music Video of the Year, for "Whoever's In New England"Apr 20, 1987MCA releases "Reba McEntire's Greatest Hits"Apr 21, 1987Reba McEntire gains a gold album, for "What Am I Gonna Do About You"Apr 27, 1987MCA releases Reba McEntire's "One Promise Too Late"
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