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  • Feb 19, 1897
    John McEntire is born in Lula, Oklahoma. The rodeo pro eventually counts Reba McEntire among his grandchildren
    Nov 30, 1927
    Clark McEntire is born in Graham, Oklahoma. He becomes the father to singers Reba McEntire, Pake McEntire and Susie Luchsinger
    Mar 17, 1950
    Reba McEntire's parents, Clark and Jacqueline, get married at the First Baptist Church in Atoka, Oklahoma
    Jun 23, 1953
    Pake McEntire is born in Chockie, Oklahoma. The older brother of Reba McEntire, he picks up a Top 10 hit of his own in 1986 with "Savin' My Love For You"
    Mar 28, 1955
    Reba McEntire is born in McAlester, Oklahoma. The winner of multiple Entertainer of the Year awards, she becomes a country icon while expanding into movies, Broadway and even a TV sitcom, entering the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2011
    Nov 8, 1957
    Martha Susan McEntire is born in Atoka, Oklahoma. The younger sister of Reba McEntire, she becomes better known in her adult years as Christian country singer Susie Luchsinger
    Sep 24, 1961
    Clark McEntire, Reba's father, wins the National Steer Roping Championship in Laramie, Wyoming
    Dec 10, 1974
    Red Steagall hears Reba McEntire sing the national anthem at the National Rodeo Finals in Oklahoma City. He arranges for her to go to Nashville to do a few demo sessions, paving the way for her recording career
    Nov 11, 1975
    Reba McEntire signs her first recording contract, with Mercury Records
    Jan 22, 1976
    Reba McEntire has her first recording session for Mercury Records at Nashville's Woodland Sound Studios

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