We use cookies to customize content and advertising, to provide social media features, and to analyze traffic to our site. We also share information about your use of our site with our trusted social media, advertising and analytics partners. Read more.

    Linda Davis

    Become fan 1 Rate 0 Like & Share
    Rank: history »
    /5 from 0 users

    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Don't You Want My Love lyrics
    2Company Time lyrics
    3Some Kinda Woman lyrics
    4If I Could Live Your Life lyrics
    Linda Davis feat. Reba McEntire
    5Years After You lyrics
    6Something's Changed lyrics
    7White Collar Man lyrics
    8There Isn't One lyrics
    9I'm Yours lyrics
    10It's Only A Paper Moon lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1In a Different Light [1991]
    2Some Things Are Meant to Be [1996]
    3Shoot for the Moon [1994]
    4I'm Yours [1998]
    5Linda Davis [1992]
    6Young At Heart [2007]
    7I Have Arrived [2004]


    A protégée of Reba McEntire, Linda Davis is best-known for a
    Grammy-winning duet with her mentor, "Does He Love You." Davis
    grew up in Texas and was singing on local radio by the age of six.
    She moved to Nashville in 1982 and teamed up with Skip Eaton as
    the duo Skip & Linda; together they had three minor hit singles, the
    biggest of which was "If You Could See You Through My Eyes." Davis
    subsequently worked as a commercial-jingle singer before catching
    on as a backup vocalist with Reba McEntire. Davis had a minor chart
    single in 1988 with "All the Good Ones Are Taken," but didn't record
    her debut album until 1991, when she signed with Liberty. In a
    Different Light produced two more minor hits in the title track and
    "Some Kinda Woman," but it wasn't a big seller; nor was the
    self-titled follow-up, which appeared in 1992. However, 1993 brought
    Davis (and McEntire) to the top of the country charts thanks to
    "Does He Love You," which won a Grammy for Best Country Vocal
    Collaboration. With the newfound exposure and a deal with Arista,
    Davis' next album, 1994's McEntire-esque Shoot for the Moon,
    charted in the country Top 30, as did its follow-up, 1996's poppier
    Some Things Are Meant to Be. She switched to DreamWorks for
    1998's I'm Yours, which featured new tracks and some previously
    released material, like the Prince of Egypt soundtrack offering
    "Make It Through."

    Pictures (0)

    no pictures

    Fans (1)


    Similar Artists

    Lady AntebellumKenny ChesneyMiranda LambertLonestarAlan JacksonTrace AdkinsDierks BentleyAlison Krauss (& Union Station)Chris CagleDiamond RioPhil VassarTerri ClarkJason Michael CarrollBrenda LeeAnne Murray show more (16-31 of 60)

    More artists

    • popular on LSI
    • new on LSI


    Facebook (0) LetsSingIt (2)