As many of you know, Reba McEntire is a renowned and Grammy-award winning country music artist who hails from Oklahoma. However, some of you don’t know that Reba actually comes from a family of singers, much more, gospel singers. In fact, she roots her influence of music from her mother, who taught her and her siblings their love of music.

Reba comes from a family of gospel singers, and there is no denying that she and her siblings, Alice, Pake, and Susie, have been singing in their church when they were younger.

This influence led them to their interest in different types and components of music. As for Reba, she took the country music path and had grown since then in that music genre.

With their imminent passion for music, Reba and two of her siblings ultimately created a musical group called “The Singing McEntires.” This sibling group then performed at local rodeos and for small-town radios. Eventually, they released their original song titled “The Ballad of John McEntire.”

Reba-Susie McEntire Gospel Duet

Clearly, with more than one McEntire showing great vocal prowess, it is then very appropriate for Reba and her younger sister, Susie McEntire-Eaton, to collaborate on a gospel tune.

Singing a southern gospel song, “Sky Full of Angels,” Reba and Susie took over the melody with their incredible vocals. Interestingly, they showcased the undeniable similarities in their voices.

The tune talks about a hopeful message that hopes to eliminate fears and doubts in light of the protection and security that is felt from the “angels watching over.”

Check out the Reba McEntire and her sister Susie’s heartfelt rendition of this classic gospel tune:

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