Reba McEntire Makes Surprise Appearance With Miranda Lambert At Stagecoach

Reba McEntire Makes Surprise Appearance With Miranda Lambert At Stagecoach | Classic Country Music | Legendary Stories and Songs Videos

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Miranda Lambert closed out her set at Stagecoach Saturday night with a surprise the audience never saw coming: An appearance by Reba McEntire.

Miranda Lambert marked her fifth Stagecoach appearance with an impressive set that included more than 20 songs from her extensive music library. Lambert headlined the second night of the three-day country music festival and treated fans to performances of each of her No. 1 hits, plenty of fan favorites, and a debut of her soon-to-be released single, “Wranglers.”

Unlike some of her previous Stagecoach appearances, Lambert stayed true to her own music, choosing not to include covers of other artists’ music. Fans sang and danced along while anticipating a surprise guest appearance. And Miranda did not disappoint.

Just before kicking off her 2011 release, “Mama’s Broken Heart,” Lambert invited Reba McEntire to join her on stage.


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The two country music powerhouses took turns singing the familiar lyrics before launching into McEntire’s own signature hit, “Fancy.” They then closed out the night with “Gunpowder & Lead,” a Top 10 hit for Lambert in 2008.

Miranda Lambert and Reba McEntire’s rousing performance was the perfect ending to a memorable day at Stagecoach 2024.

Prior to Miranda Lambert’s headlining set, Willie Nelson and family, Ernest, Maddie & Tae, and more took their turn on The Mane Stage. But, it was Post Malone’s set that may have garnered the most attention. The rapper-turned-country singer delivered nearly an hour of country covers that included some of the biggest hits of the ’90s. Alan Jackson’s “Chattahoochee,” “Be My Baby Tonight” by John Michael Montgomery, Randy Travis’s “Three Wooden Crosses,” and a tribute performance of Toby Keith’s “Who’s Your Daddy?” are just a few of the songs Post Malone performed.

But, it was the surprise appearances of Brad Paisley, Dwight Yoakam, and Sara Evans that made his appearance special. Paisley joined the singer onstage to sing his 2022 release, “I’m Gonna Miss Her.” Paisley stayed on stage to play guitar with Post’s band through the rest of the show.

Sara Evans also took the stage with Malone to sing her chart-topping tune, “Suds In The Bucket,” while Dwight Yoakam and Post Malone sang “Little Ways.”

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