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Reba McEntire singles discography

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Reba McEntire discography
RebaMcEntire.jpg
Reba McEntire in Washington, D.C. (2000)
Music videos55
Singles95
No. 1 singles (Billboard)26
No. 1 singles (overall)36

The singles discography of American country music singer Reba McEntire comprises 95 singles.

After being discovered by country artist Red Steagall, McEntire signed a recording contract with Polygram/Mercury Records in 1976. In 1977, she released her debut, self-titled album, which yielded four singles that failed to become major hits on the country chart. It was her next album, released in 1979, titled Out of a Dream that produced her first Top 40 hits and her first major hit, a remake of Patsy Cline's "Sweet Dreams". Between 1980 and 1984, McEntire had a series of Top 10 and 20 country hits, including "(You Lift Me Up) To Heaven", "Today All Over Again", "Only You (And You Alone)", and her first number one country hit, "Can't Even Get the Blues". However, she was not pleased with the music she was recording under the label (country pop-styled ballads) and signed with MCA Records in 1984, where McEntire had more control over what she recorded and how she recorded it.

Under MCA, McEntire began to have her biggest success with the release of her 1984 album, My Kind of Country, which celebrated traditional country music. The album spawned two number one hits, "How Blue" and "Somebody Should Leave", setting the trend for a string of number one hits McEntire would have in the late 1980s and into the early 1990s, including songs like "Whoever's in New England", "Little Rock", "The Last One to Know", "One Promise Too Late", "Love Will Find Its Way to You", "Rumor Has It", and "For My Broken Heart". Her success in the late 1980s helped revitalize traditional country music, and McEntire was considered one of the leaders in the traditional country sound of the late 1980s and 1990s, along with George Strait, Garth Brooks, Patty Loveless, and Randy Travis.

McEntire's success continued into the late 1990s, especially after the release of 1996's What If It's You, which yielded her first number one single in almost two years and three additional major hits. After the release of 1999's So Good Together, McEntire branched out into acting and created her own television sitcom, Reba (2001–2007), and didn't record or tour for nearly three years. In 2004, she returned to music with her 24th studio album, Room to Breathe. The album produced her first number one hit since 1998 and three additional major hits between 2004 and 2005. In 2007, she released her 25th and final album for MCA, Reba: Duets, a collection of duets with other recording artists, including Kelly Clarkson, Kenny Chesney, and Justin Timberlake. In 2008, she signed with the Valory Music Group, which released her first single, "Strange", to radio in early April 2009.

In her 35-year career, McEntire has garnered 32 number one singles, she now holds the record for the most number one singles by a female country artist. In addition, McEntire holds the record for the most Top 10 hits by a female country artist, surpassing Parton's record in 2009 with her 56th Top 10 hit, "Cowgirls Don't Cry", a duet with Brooks & Dunn.

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Contents

Singles

1970s

Year Title Peak chart
positions
Album
US Country
[1]
CAN Country
[2]
1976 "I Don't Want to Be a One Night Stand" 88 Reba McEntire
1977 "There's Nothing Like the Love
(Between a Woman and a Man)"
86
"Glad I Waited Just for You" 88
1978 "I've Waited All My Life for You"
"Last Night, Every Night" 28 Out of a Dream
"Runaway Heart" 36
1979 "That Makes Two of Us" (with Jacky Ward) 26
"Sweet Dreams" 19 46
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

1980s

Year Title Peak chart
positions
Album
US Country
[1]
CAN Country
[2]
1980 "(I Still Long to Hold You) Now and Then" 40 48 Out of a Dream
"(You Lift Me) Up to Heaven" 8 22 Feel the Fire
"I Can See Forever in Your Eyes" 18 38
1981 "I Don't Think Love Oughta Be That Way" 13
"Today All Over Again" 5 8 Heart to Heart
"Only You (And You Alone)" 13
1982 "I'm Not That Lonely Yet" 3 11 Unlimited
"Can't Even Get the Blues" 1
1983 "You're the First Time I've Thought About Leaving" 1 5
"Why Do We Want (What We Know We Can't Have)" 7 45 Behind the Scene
"There Ain't No Future in This" 12 33
1984 "Just a Little Love" 5 37 Just a Little Love
"He Broke Your Memory Last Night" 15 19
"How Blue" 1 6 My Kind of Country
1985 "Somebody Should Leave" 1 8
"Have I Got a Deal for You" 6 10 Have I Got a Deal for You
"Only in My Mind" 5 6
1986 "Whoever's in New England" 1 3 Whoever's in New England
"Little Rock" 1 2
"What Am I Gonna Do About You" 1 1 What Am I Gonna Do About You
1987 "Let the Music Lift You Up" 4 5
"One Promise Too Late" 1 1
"The Last One to Know" 1 2 The Last One to Know
1988 "Love Will Find Its Way to You" 1 1
"Sunday Kind of Love" 5 9 Reba
"I Know How He Feels" 1 *
"New Fool at an Old Game" 1 *
1989 "Cathy's Clown" 1 1 Sweet Sixteen
"'Til Love Comes Again" 4 5
"Little Girl" 7 7
"—" denotes releases that did not chart
* denotes unknown peak positions

1990s

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
US Country
[1]
US
[3]
CAN Country
[2]
1990 "Walk On" 2 1 Sweet Sixteen
"You Lie" 1 1 Rumor Has It
"Rumor Has It" 3 1
1991 "Fancy" 8 8
"Fallin' Out of Love" 2 1
"For My Broken Heart" 1 1 For My Broken Heart
1992 "Is There Life Out There" 1 1
"The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" 12 7
"The Greatest Man I Never Knew" 3 1
"Take It Back" 5 1 It's Your Call
1993 "The Heart Won't Lie" (with Vince Gill) 1 1
"It's Your Call" 5 [A] 5
"Does He Love You" (with Linda Davis) 1 1 Greatest Hits Volume Two
"They Asked About You" 7 15
1994 "Why Haven't I Heard from You" 5 [B] 4 Read My Mind
"She Thinks His Name Was John" 15 [C] 11
"Till You Love Me" 2 78 6
1995 "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter" 1 1
"And Still" 2 1
"On My Own" (with Linda Davis, Martina McBride,
and Trisha Yearwood; uncredited)
20 22 Starting Over
"Ring on Her Finger, Time on Her Hands" 9 14
1996 "Starting Over Again" 19 26
"You Keep Me Hangin' On"[D]
"The Fear of Being Alone" 2 1 What If It's You
"How Was I to Know" 1 2
1997 "I'd Rather Ride Around with You" 2 2
"What If It's You" 15 37
1998 "If You See Him/If You See Her" (with Brooks & Dunn) 1 1 If You See Him
"Forever Love" 4 4
"Wrong Night" 6 52 6
1999 "One Honest Heart" 7 54 5
"What Do You Say" 3 31 5 So Good Together
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

2000s

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
US Country
[1]
US
[3]
CAN
[5]
2000 "I'll Be"[E] 4 51 So Good Together
"We're So Good Together" 20 [F]
2001 "I'm a Survivor" 3 49 Greatest Hits Volume III: I'm a Survivor
2002 "Sweet Music Man" 36
2003 "I'm Gonna Take That Mountain" 14 [G] Room to Breathe
2004 "Somebody" 1 35
"He Gets That from Me" 7 59
2005 "My Sister" 16 93
"You're Gonna Be (Always Loved by Me)" 33 Reba #1's
2006 "Love Needs a Holiday" 60
2007 "Because of You" (with Kelly Clarkson) 2 50 36 Reba: Duets
"The Only Promise That Remains" (with Justin Timberlake) [H]
2008 "Every Other Weekend" (with Kenny Chesney or Skip Ewing)[I] 15 [J]
2009 "Strange" 11 76 92 Keep On Loving You
"Consider Me Gone" 1 38 52
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

2010s

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US Country
[1]
US Country Airplay
[7]
US
[3][8]
US Christ
[9]
CAN Country
[10]
CAN
[5]
2010 "I Keep On Loving You" 7 78 97 Keep On Loving You
"Turn On the Radio" 1 53 67 All the Women I Am
2011 "If I Were a Boy" 22 [K]
"When Love Gets a Hold of You" 40
"Somebody's Chelsea" 44
2015 "Going Out Like That" 23 28 [L] 37 85 Love Somebody
"Until They Don't Love You" 48
2016 "Just Like Them Horses" 37
"Softly and Tenderly"
(featuring Kelly Clarkson and Trisha Yearwood)
43 Sing It Now: Songs of Faith & Hope
2017 "Back To God"
(with or without Lauren Daigle)
25 41 [M] 1
"God and My Girlfriends" 53 39
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Other singles

International singles

Year Title Album
1999 "Lonely Alone" If You See Him
"Does He Love You" (with Linda Davis; re-release) Moments and Memories: The Best of Reba
2000 "We're All Alone" So Good Together

Promotional singles

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
US Country
[1]
US CAN Country
[2]
1997 "What If" 23 50 19 N/A
2012 "The New Me"[12]
"Goodbye Looks Good on Me"[13]
2014 "Pray for Peace" Love Somebody
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Other charted songs

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
US Country
[1]
US Country Airplay
[7]
US Christ
[9]
CAN Country
[2]
CAN AC
[14]
1994 "If I Had Only Known" 72 64 8 Seconds (soundtrack)
1997 "The Christmas Song
 (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)
"
63 Merry Christmas to You
1999 "I'll Be Home for Christmas" 68
"Away in a Manger" 73
"I'm Not Your Girl" 75 So Good Together
"Till I Said It to You" 70
"The Secret of Giving" 58 The Secret of Giving:
A Christmas Collection
"I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" 50
2008 "Every Other Weekend" (with Kenny Chesney) 57 Reba: Duets
2013 "Silent Night" (with Kelly Clarkson and Trisha Yearwood) 39 51 49 Wrapped in Red (Kelly Clarkson album)
2017 "Sing It Now" 24 Sing It Now: Songs of Faith & Hope
"Amazing Grace" 45
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Featured singles

Year Title Artist(s) Peak chart positions Album
US Country
[1]
US Country Airplay
[7]
US
[3]
CAN Country
[2]
CAN
[5]
1978 "Three Sheets in the Wind"/
"I'd Really Love to See You Tonight"
Jacky Ward 20 N/A
1986 "Mind Your Own Business" Hank Williams, Jr.
(with Reverend Ike, Willie Nelson
and Tom Petty)
1 1 Montana Cafe
1990 "Oklahoma Swing" Vince Gill 13 7 When I Call Your Name
1991 "Let's Open Up Our Hearts" Various artists N/A
1994 "Amazing Grace" The Maverick Choir Maverick(soundtrack)
2008 "Cowgirls Don't Cry" Brooks & Dunn 2 44 * 49 #1's...and Then Some
2012 "The Choice" Billy Gilman (with various artists) * N/A
2016 "Forever Country" Artists of Then, Now & Forever 1 33 21 N/A
"—" denotes releases that did not chart
* denotes unknown peak positions

Music videos

Year Title Director
1986 "Whoever's in New England" Jon Small/Jeff Schock
"What Am I Gonna Do About You" Jon Small
1987 "The Last One to Know" Jeff Schock
1988 "Sunday Kind of Love" Jack Cole
"I Know How He Feels" Narvel Blackstock
1989 "Cathy's Clown" Jon Small
1990 "You Lie" Peter Israelson
1991 "Rumor Has It" Jack Cole
"Fancy"
"For My Broken Heart"
1992 "Is There Life Out There"
"The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia"
1993 "Take It Back" Jon Small
"The Heart Won't Lie" (with Vince Gill)
"It's Your Call"
"Does He Love You" (with Linda Davis)
1994 "If I Had Only Known"
"Why Haven't I Heard From You"
"Amazing Grace" (The Maverick Choir) Gil Bettman
"She Thinks His Name Was John" Ken Ehrlich[15]
1995 "Till You Love Me" Jon Small
"And Still" Jack Cole
"On My Own" (with Linda Davis, Martina McBride & Trisha Yearwood) Dominic Orlando
1996 "Starting Over Again" Bud Schaetzle
"The Fear of Being Alone" Dominic Orlando
1997 "I'd Rather Ride Around with You" Gerry Wenner
"What If It's You"
"What If" John Lloyd Miller
1998 "If You See Him/If You See Her" (with Brooks & Dunn) Deaton Flanigen
"Forever Love" Gerry Wenner
1999 "What Do You Say" Deaton Flanigen
2000 "I'll Be"
2002 "Sweet Music Man" Brent Hedgecock
2003 "I'm Gonna Take That Mountain" Nancy Bardawil
2004 "Somebody" Trey Fanjoy
"He Gets That From Me"
2005 "You're Gonna Be (Always Loved By Me)" Peter Zavadil
2006 "Love Needs a Holiday" Trey Fanjoy
2007 "Because of You" (with Kelly Clarkson) Roman White
2008 "Every Other Weekend"
"Cowgirls Don't Cry" (with Brooks & Dunn) Deaton Flanigen
2009 "Strange" Trey Fanjoy
"Consider Me Gone"
2010 "I Keep on Loving You" Michael Salomon
"If I Were a Boy" Eric Welch
"Turn on the Radio" Randee St. Nicholas
"When You Have a Child" Justin Key
2011 "If I Were a Boy" Peter Zavadil
"When Love Gets a Hold of You" Glenn Weiss
"Somebody's Chelsea" Trey Fanjoy
2012 "The Choice" (Billy Gilman & Friends) Sean Thomas
2013 "Silent Night" (with Kelly Clarkson & Trisha Yearwood) Hamish Hamilton
2014 "Pray for Peace" Justin McIntosh
2015 "Going Out Like That"[16] TK McKamy
2016 "Just Like Them Horses"[17] Reba McEntire/Justin McIntosh
"Forever Country"(Artist of Then, Now & Forever) Joseph Kahn
2017 "Back to God" Mason Dixon

Notes

  1. ^ "It's Your Call" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 10 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles.[4]
  2. ^ "Why Haven't I Heard from You" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number one on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles.[4]
  3. ^ "She Thinks His Name Was John" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number one on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles.[4]
  4. ^ "You Keep Me Hangin' On" also peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.
  5. ^ "I'll Be" also peaked at number 4 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada.
  6. ^ "We're So Good Together" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number nine on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles.[4]
  7. ^ "I'm Gonna Take That Mountain" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number three on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles.[4]
  8. ^ "The Only Promise That Remains" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number five on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles.[4]
  9. ^ The album version of "Every Other Weekend" features Kenny Chesney, while the radio edit features Skip Ewing instead. Both Chesney and Ewing are credited on the March 8, 2008 Hot Country Songs chart,[6] and only McEntire from the March 15, 2008 chart onward.
  10. ^ "Every Other Weekend" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number four on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles.[4]
  11. ^ "If I Were a Boy" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 23 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles.[4]
  12. ^ "Going Out Like That" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number two on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles.[4]
  13. ^ "Back to God" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 11 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles.[4]

References

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  2. ^ a b c d e f "Search results for "Reba McEntire" under "Canadian Country singles"". RPM. Archived from the original on 7 November 2016. Retrieved 4 October 2010.
  3. ^ a b c d "Reba McEntire charted singles on the Hot 100". Billboard. Retrieved 4 October 2010.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Reba McEntire – Chart History: Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles". Billboard. Retrieved February 8, 2017.
  5. ^ a b c "Reba McEntire charted singles on the Canadian Hot 100". Billboard. Retrieved 4 October 2010.
  6. ^ "every+other+weekend"+"reba"+"billboard"&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjjqqeszarcAhVJIqwKHbBeAnQQ6AEIMTAC#v=onepage "Hot Country Songs". Billboard: 63. March 8, 2008.
  7. ^ a b c "Reba McEntire Album & Song Chart History - Country Airplay". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved December 30, 2013.
  8. ^ "Bubbling Under Hot 100 Week of April 9, 2011". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved September 13, 2012.
  9. ^ a b "Reba McEntire Album & Song Chart History - Christian Songs". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved January 27, 2017.
  10. ^ "Reba McEntire Album & Song Chart History - Canada Country". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved February 4, 2015.
  11. ^ "American single  certifications – Reba Mc Entire – Turn on the Radio". Recording Industry Association of America. If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Single, then click SEARCH. 
  12. ^ "iTunes - Music - The New Me (From "Malibu Country") - Single by Reba McEntire". iTunes. Retrieved December 19, 2012.
  13. ^ "iTunes - Music - Goodbye Looks Good On Me (Theme from "Malibu Country") - Single by Reba McEntire". iTunes. Retrieved December 19, 2012.
  14. ^ "Reba McEntire Album & Song Chart History - Canada AC". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved December 19, 2013.
  15. ^ "CMT : Videos : Reba McEntire : She Thinks His Name Was John". Country Music Television. Retrieved September 29, 2011.
  16. ^ Nicholson, Jessica (March 13, 2015). "Reba Unveils "Going Out Like That" Video on NBC's 'Today'". MusicRow. Retrieved March 14, 2015.
  17. ^ "Just Like Them Horses – Reba McEntire". Vevo. Retrieved January 19, 2016.
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