Reba McEntire To Be Honored At 63rd Annual Western Heritage Awards

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum has announced that country music icon Reba McEntire will be honored at the 63rd annual Western Heritage Awards ceremony on April 13 with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Hollywood Bowl member is set to return as a coach on Season 25 of NBC‘s “The Voice.”

Actor Mo Brings Plenty will be presented the Western Heritage New Horizon award.

The Western Heritage Awards honors individuals who have made remarkable contributions to Western heritage through their creative endeavors in literature, music, television and film.

The event also serves as the induction ceremony for the National Cowboy Museum’s Hall of Great Westerners, Hall of Great Western Performers and the presentation of esteemed honors such as the Lifetime Achievement Award and Chester A. Reynolds Award.

Jack LeForce and Buster Welch are the 2024 Hall of Great Westerners.

“Each individual being honored embodies the spirit of the American West in their own unique way, contributing to its rich tapestry of culture and history,” said National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum President & CEO, Pat Fitzgerald.

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