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Info From Music Row 02/01/2024

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Musical Top Ten lists are always a matter of opinion, and great for starting arguments. "CBS Sports" will definitely start a few with their list of what they feel are the Top Ten Super Bowl National Anthem performances. You'd be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn't believe Whitney Houston's iconic performance of the "Star Spangled Banner" deserves the top spot on the list, and that's where the outlet placed her. Not a surprise - but there's one omission that may cause some fights. Of the Top Ten, the site placed two country artists in the list of ten greatest anthem performances: Faith Hill (#10) from 2000, and Carrie Underwood (#6) from 2010. But one memorable performance was left off their list entirely: last year's guitar-and-vocals rendition by Chris Stapleton. Perhaps it's "recency bias" that caused the outlet to leave Stapleton off the list? See their Top Ten list below. And as a reminder of how great it was, see the performance "CBS Sports" felt didn't deserve a place in their Top Ten - Chris Stapleton's stunning version of the anthem below...

10. Faith Hill (2000)

09. Cher (1999)

08. Lady Gaga (2016)

07. Luther Vandross (1997)

06. Carrie Underwood (2010)

05. Kelly Clarkson (2012)

04. Jennifer Hudson (2009)

03. Beyonce (2004)

02. Aretha Franklin and Aaron Neville (2006)

01. Whitney Houston (1991)

While the dream of a "Reba" reboot remains just that, Reba McEntire is still hoping to make a return to sitcoms. Reba is reuniting with Kevin AbbottMichael Hanel and Mindy Schultheis - all executive producers from "Reba" - to create a new comedy pilot for NBC. In the as-yet-untitled project, Reba inherits her father’s restaurant and is less than thrilled to discover that she has a new business partner in the half-sister she never knew she had. No casting news beyond the headliner has been announced.

Late country legend Conway Twitty's mansion was under threat of demolition, but apparently that's not going to happen now. The property suffered damage from a tornado last month, and the Trinity Broadcasting Network, who now own the property, were discussing demolishing the structure. The public, of course, cried foul - and the network heard them. As a result of the public outcry, a representative with the Trinity Broadcasting Network now says that the company will not be demolishing the mansion after all.

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