Reba McEntire's voice hits new levels when she's singing with her sisters Instagram/@reba

Reba McEntire grew up singing gospel music in church, so it was only natural for her to make her new double-album, “Sing It Now: Songs of Hope and Faith.” Reba’s sister, Susie McEntire, has also been singing gospel music for years now. In fact, the two of them once teamed up for an inspirational duet long before Reba released “Sing It Now.”

Back in 2003, Reba included a solo version of the song “Sky Full of Angels” on her album, “Room to Breathe.” The lyrics speak about God sending Jesus to save us and enlisting that “sky full of angels” to look over us.

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Later, Susie added her vocals to the song for this duet we’ve found on YouTube. It’s all got us hoping these two record some more duets soon.

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The Chockie Singers! Too much fun! #rymanauditorium

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Susie does sing with Reba and their sister, Alice, and their mom, Jackie, on “I’ll Fly Away” from “Sing It Now.” You can check it out now.

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Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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