Ahead of STRONGER THAN THE TRUTH, out this Friday, Reba will make multiple appearances across the CBS Television Network. She joins THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH JAMES CORDEN on Thursday, and on Friday will celebrate her forthcoming album on THE TALK. She then hosts the 54th ACM Awards on Sunday.
In country music, the decade has been dominated by youthfully suave, masculine displays of flirtation — or, to put it another way, by songs and performances that tend to feel like low-stakes stuff. That's a far cry from an outlook that country was known for throughout much of its modern commercial history: a tragic view of the world, well suited to openly anguished singing and accompaniment by weepy steel guitars and fiddles.
She's a music and entertainment legend, star of movies, TV sitcoms and Broadway theater -- not to mention a retail mogul. Reba McEntire sits down with Amna Nawaz for a revealing chat about the changes she'd like to see in country music, how she achieved career success and why she’s now going back to her roots.