Reyna Roberts: Songwriting Salvation

Annie Reuter
October 1, 2023
American Songwriter

Reyna Roberts vividly remembers the first time she performed. She was three and living in Alaska when her mother propped her up on a barstool and asked what she wanted to sing. Moments later, she belted out “Lady Marmalade,” and patrons came up afterward to tell her how well she did. At that moment, Roberts was hooked.

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