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STRONGER THAN EVER

Country-music icon Reba McEntire, 64, chats with EW about the refreshed sound of her fierce and poignant new album.

REBA MCENTIRE HAS A THEORY about the music that ends up on her albums. “I really feel like songs wait and find their home, and they go where they’re supposed to go,” says the flame-tressed country-music icon. “I’ve passed on some songs that were good songs, but they weren’t for me. They were still looking for their rightful owner.”

This concept holds up to scrutiny when it comes to McEntire’s new album, Stronger Than the Truth, one of her

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