The following concert review was written by Tamara Rosholt.

For someone who has been in the music industry for 35 years, sold over 55 million albums and won numerous awards, Reba McEntire shows no signs of slowing down.  That was proven when she took the stage last night at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse last night in Bozeman to a packed house. 

It began with a grey sheer curtain lifting to reveal the queen of country music, in the middle of the stage, belting out the title track of her latest album, which inspired her tour.  "All the Women I Am" highlights all of Reba’s myriad roles and experiences that make her the woman she has become.

Reba’s goal of this concert was to sing songs the audience came to hear – the songs that has made her the legend she has become.  She was able to take the audience on a journey that included a medley (a combination of songs) of some of her biggest hits from the 80’s; "How Blue", "Whoever’s in New England" and "Walk On".  Reba didn't leave out her hits from the 90’s,  performing "Does He Love You" with Kimberly Perry of The Band Perry, "Is There Life Out There", and her most recent #1 Turn On the Radio.  The concert concluded with Reba reappearing on stage in her signature red dress for her well-known song "Fancy".

Reba will always be the icon that embodies class, determination, energy and a love for her fans that continues on.  She’s the woman people can’t seem to get enough of.  For more tour information, visit her website.