Due to popular demand, Reba McEntire is adding a second show at the Ryman Auditorium on Wednesday, Feb. 15.

The country superstar announced the additional matinee performance after her first show at 7:30PM sold out in an hour. The new show takes place at 2:30PM. McEntire made the exciting announcement via video from Los Angeles, revealing that every fan who attends the show will receive a copy of her new gospel album, Sing It Now: Songs of Faith and Hope, debuting on Feb. 3. Not only are back-to-back performances at the Ryman a rarity, this also marks the first time McEntire will headline at the historic Nashville venue.

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In addition to hearing songs from the new album that features traditional hymns, contemporary Christian songs and includes a collaboration with Trisha Yearwood and Kelly Clarkson on a track called "Softly and Tenderly," fans at the Ryman Auditorium show will also hear a variety of hits from over the course of McEntire's career.

The country star recently released "Back to God," the first single off Sing It Now, originally co-written and recorded by Randy Houser. The music video for the emotional track dropped on Wed. (Jan. 25) and features shots of the country star singing "Back to God" inside Nashville’s Tulip Street United Methodist Church and poignant scenes of people honoring their loved ones at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Sing It Now is produced by Jay DeMarcus, one-third of the country trio Rascal Flatts.

Tickets for the 2:30PM show at the Ryman go on sale Thursday night (Jan. 26) at 7PM EST and will be available on the Ryman's official website or via Ticketmaster.

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