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The411: George Strait, Reba and Lee Ann Womack will be in Louisville

by Sherlene Shanklin

WHAS11.com

Posted on November 10, 2010 at 7:49 PM

Updated Tuesday, Feb 8 at 4:42 PM

The411:  With the CMAs less than a hour  away from being aired on WHAS11, an ABC affiliate.  I've just learned that country music star George Strait just announced his tour and Louisville is on the schedule.  On April 9, 2011 at the Yum! Center it's George Strait, Reba McEntire and Lee Ann Womack.     
 
On tonight's 44th Annual CMA Awards, King George is up for Male Vocalist of the Year award for the 24th time and is also nominated for Album of the Year.    He has sold nearly 69 million records and with 33 different platinum or multi-platinum albums has the most RIAA platinum certifications in country music and the third in all genres, behind The Beatles and Elvis Presley.
   
Reba is a 2010 CMA Nominee 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.
One of the most successful female recording artists in history, Reba has sold over 55 million albums worldwide, earned 33 #1 singles and was recently recognized as the biggest female hit-maker in country music history by “Billboard,”  “Mediabase” and “Country Aircheck.”  She is the winner of 15 American Music Awards, 12 Academy of Country Music Awards, 9 People’s Choice Awards, 7 Country Music Awards and 2 GRAMMY Awards.   
   
Lee Ann Womack has sold over 6 million albums, won two Grammys and numerous other milestone awards. Womack’s current album Call Me Crazy has garnered critical acclaim from Rolling Stone, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, Billboard and The New York Times, to name a few.  She was nominated for Top Female Vocalist at the ACM Awards in 2009 and the debut single “Last Call” was nominated for a Grammy in the Best Female Country Vocal Performance category. Womack nominated for “Musical Event of the Year” with George Strait for “Everything But Quits” at the 2009 CMA Awards.     
    
 
 

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