Linda Davis

Linda Davis

Infobox Musical artist
Name = Linda Davis

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Background = solo_singer
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Origin = Dodson, Texas, USA
Instrument = Vocals
Genre = Country
Occupation = Singer
Years_active = 1980-present
Label = Epic/CBS, Liberty, Arista Nashville, DreamWorks Nashville
Associated_acts = Reba McEntire
Lady Antebellum
Skip Eaton
URL = [ Official website]

Linda Davis (born Linda Kaye Davis November 26, 1962 in Dodson, Texas, U.S.) is an American country music singer. In 1993, she and fellow country singer Reba McEntire won the Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Collaboration for their Number One hit duet "Does He Love You".. Overall, Davis has recorded five major-label studio albums, although none of the singles from these five albums matched the success of her duet with McEntire.

Davis's daughter, Hillary Scott, is one-third of the country trio Lady Antebellum.

Davis has also toured frequently with Kenny Rogers, usually singing on his hit duets that he recorded with the likes of Sheena Easton and Dottie West. Her association with Rogers has taken her all over the world, including a 1999 tour of the United Kingdom and Rogers' 2007 Christmas concerts. Davis can also be heard on Rogers' 2001 album A&E Live By Request, on which she duets on two numbers.




*A Failed to chart.
*B Credited to Skip & Linda.

External links

* [ Linda Davis official site]

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