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Country music icon Reba McEntire ‘ s in the hope that “back to the real strong country” by cutting back on the supposed “bro ” trend” she is a witness in country music these days.
McEntire, 63, told PBS’ motion picture Nawaz she was disappointed that a woman was not nominated for the Country Music Award for Entertainer of the Year.
“Disappointing. Didn’t surprise me, ” she said. “But when something like this happens, I know only us girls were given — we have to work harder. We have to support each other. We should be there next year. The need to change.”
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“Does He Love You” singer then defined what it regards as “bro culture” in the country music.
“Well, it’s the bro trend. You know, ‘Hey, bro, let’s go down to the river and the fish.’ Everyone and the good old boys. And that is the bro — bro music,” she told PBS.
“I think it’s kind of going away from that a little bit,” the king continued. “I would really like to go back to the real strong country, the country of Merle Haggard, Conway Twitty, Ronnie Milsap, Mel Tillis. I miss that kind of country.”
McEntire acknowledged that they had to make a lot of sacrifices to advance her career in the industry.
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“You need to stay away from home a lot. You leave your kids at home with a babysitter. You have to say no to a lot of amazing things that you would get to do at home and with the family. Such as the lack of your child’s championship hockey game. You can’t be there because you are recording a movie in L. A.,” McEntire said.
Asked if they would do it differently, the singer replied: “I don’t know.”
McEntire again be hosting the Academy of Country Music Awards on April 7.