Reba McEntire just dropped her new single, and it's another hard-hitting song about a strong woman. "Storm in a Shot Glass" doesn't pull any punches, and country fans can listen to it now by playing the video above before getting tickets to see Reba McEntire live here at AXS.
"Storm in a Shot Glass" has McEntire describing a tale of woe, and perhaps, potential revenge. She sings about a woman who's had her heart broken and has turned to the shot glass to deal with it - but instead of crying, the Grammy winner warns that the heroine is not to be messed with. One of the lines in the chorus warns the listener that "[I] wouldn't sit there, and I sure wouldn't ask."
Though the track doesn't say if the woman goes off to get back at the person who just broke her heart, it's got the feel of Garth Brooks' classic breakup hit "The Thunder Rolls." And one thing that is clear, is that McEntire still hasn't lost anything off of her amazing voice. She continues to be one of the best vocalists in any genre, and you can hear her inject just the right amount of attitude into the song. This type of track is right in McEntire's wheelhouse, and it shows.
The song is the fourth single from McEntire's 29th studio album Stronger Than The Truth, which is scheduled to release on April 5. The album contains 16 new songs from the legendary performer, including the title track and "No U In Oklahoma," which credits Ronnie Dunn as a co-writer. McEntire has been performing with Brooks & Dunn in a hugely successful Las Vegas residency; tickets to their residency shows are available through AXS.
Aside from releasing a new album, McEntire is also hosting the Academy of Country Music Awards for the 16th time on April 7. Tickets to the ACM Awards and a number of ACM Awards events are on sale now through AXS.
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