11 Questions With Reba McEntire: No. 11
With a winning combination of artistic vision and business savvy, Reba McEntire continues to make headlines as one of country music's most creative and relevant artists. This year, she toured with pal Kelly Clarkson and released a three-CD collection featuring 50 of her greatest hits. She'll start the New Year working on her first album for her new label home, Valory Music Co. Always entertaining, the Oklahoma-born redhead took time out from holiday fun to chat with The Boot.
Which of your hit songs best represents who you are as a person?
I would say 'Fancy,' because 'Fancy' is a situation where you started with nothing and built up and you worked hard. Not that I was a prostitute and my momma gave me away to a man! It is that idea of the Annie Oakley and the Molly Brown. It is the determination and that that gut-wrenching [attitude of] 'My golly, I am going to do it!'