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Reba McEntire Shows Plenty of Sass With ‘Turn on the Radio’ on ‘CMA Music Festival’ Special

Reba McEntire
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Much like many of the female performers on Sunday night’s ‘CMA Music Festival’ broadcast on ABC, Reba McEntire was looking good in all black as she sang her recent hit song, ‘Turn on the Radio.’ McEntire works the stage as well as women half her age, no doubt the reason she’s been able to maintain a three-decade long career in country music.

The chart-topping song from McEntire’s ‘All the Woman I Am’ album gave the red-headed singer a chance to introduce herself to young country music fans who were visiting Nashville for the first time during the CMA Music Festival. Few do television better than she does; those sharp blue eyes always seem to know where the camera is, and she locks in until her moment’s over.

McEntire’s newest song is called ‘Somebody’s Chelsea.’ This fall, she’s hitting the road with the Band Perry, Steel Magnolia and Edens Edge. Their first date together is October 6 in Moline, Ill.

Watch Reba McEntire Perform ‘Turn on the Radio’

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