Reba’s Return

If at first you succeed, try, try again.

Reba McEntire is releasing a second album with her new record label, The Valory Music Co., on Nov. 9.

And why not? Reba’s first effort with the independent label, Keep On Loving You, sold more than 500,000 copies and yielded the mega-hit “Consider Me Gone,” which spent four weeks at No. 1 on country charts. The first album also included the Top 10 hit “Strange.”

The second album will lead off with a single called “Turn on the Radio,” available on iTunes Aug. 3.

"I fell for the song immediately," Reba said in a release.

"I love that it’s an up-tempo, strong woman song about a woman who has been done wrong by her lover and is telling him to turn on the radio if he wants to hear from her through their favorite song.”

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