There are some people you need one name for, Reba is one of those people. When our country was celebrating it's bicentennial in 1976, Reba was beginning a recording career that would end up spanning 5 decades and counting.
Reba McEntire really is the hardest working woman in country music. The legend grew up in a rancher's household, meaning she often got more done before sunrise than some do in a week. There were some jobs that weren't for the squeamish ... OK, there's one job in particular that will m…
Ask country music fans who the Queen of Country is and I would say that over 90% of them would say Reba. Reba is such a great ambassador for our format. She is pure class, has one of the greatest God-given voices ever heard and has talent that flows from any stage or screen.
Country music is able to deal with real life and emotions better than any other art form. There is a realness about our music and our artists unlike any other. Reba is one of the biggest stars in the world but has always remained as real as can be. She still hangs with her fans and is just like you …
Reba McEntire may be one of the most talented people to ever grace the country music format. She has been such an amazing ambassador. She makes increcible music. She has been on stage and screen and starred in her own sitcoms. She not only does it all, she does it all very well.
Reba McEntire was recently in Italy to accept a humanitarian award from the Andrea Bocelli Foundation at Celebrity Fight Night, alongside Vegas showmate Ronnie Dunn and BFF Melissa Petersen, and while they were there, it seems like they had some fun.
Can you imagine being a band playing a club in Nashville where Reba and Kimberly and Karen from Little Big Town are in the crowd and then jump on stage to join you for a song? That just happened to The Shadowboxers the other night.