|Birth name||Susan Martha McEntire|
|Also known as||Susie Luchsinger (1981–2008)|
November 8, 1957 |
Chockie, Oklahoma, U.S.
|Associated acts||Reba McEntire|
Martha Susan "Susie" McEntire-Eaton (formerly Luchsinger; born November 8, 1957) is an American CCM singer. She is the younger sister of Reba, Alice, and Pake. She used her married name of Susie Luchsinger on her solo albums until her divorce in 2008.
Martha Susan McEntire was born on November 8, 1957 to Clark Vincent McEntire (1928-2014), and Jacqueline "Jackie" McEntire (née Smith; b. 1927) in Chockie, Oklahoma and was raised there. Eaton attended Oklahoma State University.
In 1993, she released her debut solo record, scoring several hits on Christian country radio. The album hit #39 on the U.S. Billboard Top Contemporary Christian Albums chart in 1994. Several further solo albums followed in the 1990s and 2000s. McEntire-Eaton was inducted into the Christian Music Hall of Fame on November 5, 2011.
|1993||Real Love||39||Integrity Music|
|1995||Come As You Are||REP|
|1996||Inspirational Favorites||K-Tel Records|
|1999||Raised on Faith||New Haven|
|2001||My Gospel Hymnal|
|2004||You've Got a Friend|
|2005||Count It All Joy|
|2009||I'll Be Home For Christmas|
|2012||Chase the Wind||SM|
|1993||"I Don't Love You Like I Used To" (with Paul Overstreet)||Real Love|
|1994||"For Pete's Sake"|
|1995||"Love Will Carry the Load"||Come as You Are|
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McEntire married rodeo cowboy Paul Luchsinger (died May 12, 2015) on November 27, 1981, whom she divorced on May 19, 2008. The couple had three children. On December 12, 2009, she remarried, to American theologian and public speaker Mark Eaton, of Seattle, Washington. She holds many awards in the field of Positive Country and as co-host of the Cowboy Church TV show. The Eatons reside in Stringtown, Oklahoma.
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