Tuesday, October 12, 2010

REBA ANNOUNCES LIMITED DELUXE EDITION OF
ALL THE WOMEN I AM

Full Track Listing Also Announced for 34th Studio Album


NEW ALBUM AVAILABLE FOR PRE-SALE NOW VIA REBA.COM and THEVALORYMUSICCO.COM



NASHVILLE, TN –  Multimedia superstar Reba’s 34th studio album will also be available in a Limited Deluxe Edition when it hits store shelves on Tuesday, November 9th. 


The Limited Deluxe Edition of ALL THE WOMEN I AM includes an interview and video performances of Reba’s 4-week #1 “Consider Me Gone,” the Top 10 hit “Strange,” “I Want a Cowboy,” and “Eight Crazy Hours (In The Story of Love)” from Reba's recent AOL Sessions.   The bonus DVD will also include Reba’s much buzzed-about performance of "If I Were A Boy" on CMT Unplugged. In addition, the  Limited Deluxe Edition will include a dance remix of “I Want A Cowboy” and behind-the-scenes footage of the making of the "Turn On The Radio" video as well as the "Turn On The Radio" music video itself. 


In addition, both the regular edition of ALL THE WOMEN I AM as well as the Limited Deluxe Edition are available for pre-sale, beginning today, at:  www.REBA.com and on www.thevalorymusicco.com online social commerce stores powered by Moontoast.


ABOUT ALL THE WOMEN I AM
Reba’s 34th career studio album highlights include the smash hit, “Turn On the Radio,” the break-out “Somebody’s Chelsea,” co-written by Reba, as well as the superstar’s popular cover of Beyonce’s hit, “If I Were A Boy,” which became a viral sensation when she first performed the song on CMT Unplugged earlier this year. 


ALL THE WOMEN I AM, marks Reba’s first project with award-winning producer Dann Huff (Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Rascal Flatts) and her second album for The Valory Music Co.


FINAL TRACK LISTING:

1. Turn On The Radio  (Cherie Oakley, Mark Oakley, J.P. Twang)
2. If I Were A Boy            (Brittany Jean Carlson, Toby Gad)
3. The Bridge You Burn            (Tony Martin, Wendell Mobley, Neil Thrasher)
4. Cry            (Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally)
5. When Love Gets A Hold Of You     (Jessi Alexander, Gary Nicholson, Jon Randall)
6. Somebody’s Chelsea            (Liz Hengber, Reba McEntire, Will Robinson)
7. All The Women I Am            (Kent Blazy, Marv Green, Shane McAnally)
8. The Day She Got Divorced  (Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally, Mark D. Sanders)
9. A Little Want To   (William Brice Long, Terry McBride)
10. When You Have A Child            (Tom Douglas)


DVD DELUXE AUDIO CONTENT:

** I Want A Cowboy (dance mix)


DVD DELUXE VIDEO CONTENT:

AOL Sessions “Consider Me Gone”
AOL Sessions “Strange”
AOL Sessions “Eight Crazy Hours (In The Story Of Love)”
AOL Sessions “I Want A Cowboy”
AOL Sessions Interview
CMT Unplugged “If I Were A Boy”
Behind the Scenes:  “Turn On The Radio” Music Video Shoot
“Turn On The Radio”  Music Video


ABOUT REBA
One of the most successful female recording artists in history, Reba has sold over 55 million albums worldwide and her previous 13 studio albums have all achieved Gold or Platinum-plus status. She has won 15 American Music Awards; 12 Academy of Country Music Awards; 9 People’s Choice Awards; 7 Country Music Association Awards and 2 GRAMMY Awards. Reba’s reign of #1 hits spans four decades and the  multimedia superstar was recently recognized by Billboard, Country Aircheck and Mediabase as the biggest female hit-maker in country music history. Reba’s current album, Keep On Loving You, was recently certified Gold.  The album includes Reba’s biggest career single to-date, the 4-week #1 “Consider Me Gone.”  Earlier this year, the superstar earned her 63rd Top 10 hit with the album’s title track. 


Reba is a 2010 CMA Nomination for “Female Vocalist of the Year.” The superstar recently surpassed the one million fan mark on Facebook, propelling her into an elite group of only 10 Country artists to achieve the popularity milestone.   Reba’s unprecedented run of sales successes extended the superstar’s lead as the female artist with the most RIAA sales certification in Country music history. Also an acclaimed film, TV and Broadway actress, Reba signed with The Valory Music Co. in November 2008.  The move reunited the multimedia entertainer with industry leader Scott Borchetta, now President and CEO of the Big Machine Label Group, which includes Big Machine Records, The Valory Music Co. and Republic Nashville. 
 

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