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Reba To The Hall Of Fame

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Country’s queen is taking her rightful spot in this year’s class of the Country Music Hall of Fame!  Reba McEntire is going into the Hall this year along with the amazing songwriter, Bobby Braddock who has written hits from multiple eras.  From George Jones’s “He Stopped Loving Her Today” to Toby Keith’s “I Wanna Talk About Me,” Bobby has also earned his spot.  Finally, on this year’s list is singer, songwriter, and Grand Ole Opry regular, Jean Shepard.  Congratulations to all for this great honor.

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