Susie McEntire-Eaton is the product of a third generation Ranching/Rodeoing family from deep in the hills of Southeastern Oklahoma. Raised in a house with 4 children who cut their teeth on ranch work, sports, singing, and rodeo, Susie says all of these activities helped mold her values and shape her character into the woman she is today. “My mama and daddy didn’t have a lot of money, but they had determination and a great work ethic. They instilled that in us, and gave us lots of opportunities.”
Susie started singing in front of a crowd in 2nd grade, and continued to meekly appear onstage with her brother and sister as “The Singing McEntires” in high school and toured with Reba (in the years Reba got her first bus) 1980-1982. She also appeared with Reba on the Opry, Johnny Carson Show, and Hee Haw. “I am very thankful to Reba for the opportunities she gave me”.
In 1984 she said yes to God to sing for a different purpose. She was on fire to share her message, and the world opened up as she and her young family traveled literally ‘across the globe’. In the meantime, she recorded 17 albums.
Susie is a member of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, and an amazing seasoned performer with an amazing story, an ability to connect with the audience and make them feel like friends.