Reba releases ‘The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia’ remix

Track appears on forthcoming Revived Remixed Revisited box set

Reba McEntire is offering another taste of what to expect from her upcoming three-part box set Revived Remixed Revisited, releasing “The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia” (Eric Kupper Remix). The pulsing remix offers another take on Reba’s iconic hit ahead of the full release of Remixed, one of three collections of her forthcoming box set release on October 8th.

The 3 CD and 3 LP set is a reimagined collection of some of Reba’s most adored songs. Revived features some of her biggest hits as they’ve evolved over the years in her live show with all new arrangements of fan favorites like “Is There Life Out There” and “Can’t Even Get The Blues No More” recorded with Reba’s touring band. Remixed puts a whole new spin on songs including “Little Rock” and “I’m A Survivor.” Disc three has the redhead teaming with Dave Cobb for Revisited featuring stripped back versions of songs like like “Somebody Should Leave, “Consider Me Gone” and the long-awaited Dolly Parton duet of “Does He Love You.”

“Is There Life Out There (Revived),” “I’m A Survivor (Lafemmebear Remix),” “You Keep Me Hangin’ On (Classic Paradise Radio Mix),” “Fancy (Dave Aude Remix),” and “Consider Me Gone (Revisited)” were all released at the time of the project’s announcement last month. A more bluesier version of her first No. 1, “Can’t Even Get The Blues,” has also been released.

McEntire is expected to wrap her Las Vegas Caesars Palace residency with Brooks & Dunn with nine shows in December. After nearly seven years, Reba, Brooks & Dunn: Together in Vegas residency is the longest running country residency on the Strip. Since opening in June 2015, the trio has played 82 shows to more than 300,000 fans and continues to receive rave reviews. A variety of ticketing options, including VIP seats with signed merch, are available via Ticketmaster.

She also plans to return to the road in January 2022 for a three month arena tour that was postponed several times due to the pandemic. The trek was originally set to run spring of 2020, and then pushed to summer 2020 before being delayed to summer 2021. Fans should expect a new show with several costume changes and revisited material.

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