Reba Reveals Album Cover

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Reba McEntire's 34th studio album, All the Women I Am, is set to be released on Nov. 9, and marks the singer's first work with Dann Huff as producer. Dann has produced Keith Urban, Rascal Flatts and Carrie Underwood, among others. Reba unveiled the glitzy album cover this week.

“It is so good to be back in the studio with Dann Huff,” says Reba in a press release. “He has played guitar on so many of my albums and I was thrilled when he said yes to producing this CD with me. He’s a very talented, creative and fun person to work with."

All the Women I Am is Reba’s second album for The Valory Music Co., and features Reba’s cover of the Beyoncé hit "If I Were a Boy."

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