Reba McEntire is always out to please her fans. Whether she is making new music for her fans or posting pictures of simple things in her life, it’s all appreciated.
The 66-year-old musician is already a legendary singer-songwriter, but she is still working hard. She still goes into the studio a lot. She is still a recording artist, but she also has a very popular podcast too.
Nonetheless, she has a pup, Riddler, to take care of while she goes to work. Consequently, she needs to bring along all of the things it needs over the course of a day. Of course, Reba McEntire has the perfect solution for the problem of how to carry everything with her.
Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, Reba McEntire shared a picture of the backpack she uses to carry all of Riddler’s things. Additionally, the backpack is made by someone very specific.
So, a big shout out to Trisha Yearwood on making a fantastic backpack for Reba McEntire’s dog. The backpack is available on her website for purchase. And, at its price point, it seems like the perfect bag to carry all of the things that you could need for your dog, or even for the studio if you’re Reba McEntire.
The backpack can handle everything that your pet needs. It is the perfect adventure assistant. The bag “comes with 2 lined food carriers, collapsible silicone bowls, a placemat, and a luggage ID tag—not to mention a convenient doggie poop-bag dispenser.”
Reba McEntire Is Still Hard at Work in the Studio
Reba McEntire has been spending some serious time in the studio lately. For country fans, this is an excellent sign. In fact, the country legend has officially released a new song called “Somehow You Do.”
For the first time in more than two years, Reba McEntire has given fans a new song. On Friday, April 23, she put the single out accompanied by a music video.
In the music video, the country legend returns to the Oklahoma roots that run so deep for her. But, she also includes a Western vibe that is recollective of her start in music.
Her lyrics speak to people who are dealing with hard-luck times. “When you think that the mountain’s too high/ And the ocean’s too wide/ And you’ll never get through/ Someway, somehow/ Somehow you do.”
Moreover, the music video is sensational. Reba McEntire got Jon Avnet to direct, and she performs in front of the incredible California scenery.