This Week's Milestone
Reba McEntire is one of the most accomplished and important artists in country music history. Born in McAlester, Oklahoma, she is the daughter of three-time world champion steer roper Clark McEntire and his wife Jacqueline. Reba sang with her siblings at an early age, learning to harmonize on long car trips. She often sang at rodeos and was discovered by Red Steagall while singing the national anthem at the National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City. She branched out from hit records to movies, Broadway and a long-running TV series, as well as a business empire that includes publishing, management and studio components.
CT40 MILESTONE - REBA - "TURN ON THE RADIO"
INTERVIEW WITH REBA
BOB: "WHAT DO YOU LOOK AT IN TRYING TO PUT TOGETHER AN ALBUM?"
BOB: "LET’S GO BACK IN YOUR CAREER TO YOUR FIRST OPRY APPEARANCE. DIDN’T DOLLY CUT IT SHORT?"
BOB: "WHAT’S THE MOST FUN YOU’VE HAD ON TOUR?"