Rodeo and More with Reba McEntire

Reba McEntire is one of country music’s most beloved and accomplished artists, but what some may not know is that the Oklahoma-born songstress was raised in rodeo as the granddaughter and daughter of world champion ropers.

In an exclusive interview with Pam Minick, Reba talks about her rodeo roots and favorite NFR memories — including how singing the National Anthem at the National Finals in 1974 launched her career.

She also touches on what it meant to be honored by The Kennedy Center, the emotional experience of singing the Lord’s Prayer at the funeral of Pres. George Bush Sr., how performing in Vegas during the NFR makes her feel at home, and the success of her boot collection with Justin Boots, Reba by Justin.