Davis quickly gained a legion of friends and fans in the music industry, one being superstar Reba McEntire. Their mutual respect led them into the studio together where they recorded a duet entitled Does He Love You that went on to become a #1 hit and earned both artists several awards including a Grammy for Best Country Vocal Collaboration. Through the years, the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame member has played to sold-out crowds with the likes of Garth Brooks, George Strait, Reba McEntire and Kenny Rogers just to name a few. In 2016, Linda and her family, including husband Lang Scott, and daughters Hillary Scott (of Lady Antebellum) and Rylee Scott, released the critically acclaimed, 2-time GRAMMY-winning album, “Hillary Scott & The Scott Family – Love Remains,” which topped the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart and debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.
In addition to her touring schedule, Linda continues to enjoy songwriting and coaching aspiring singers through her consulting firm, Stage/Performance 101. The new company will allow Davis, who has more than 20 years of experience in the music business, to direct and advise other entertainers.
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Linda Kaye Davis was born November 26, 1962, in Dodson, Texas. She first sang in public on a local radio show at age six. By the time she was 20, Davis had moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where she paired up with the singer Skip Eaton to form the duo Skip & Linda.
After 15 years of playing backup to famous stars like Reba McEntire, Kenny Rogers, and George Strait, Linda Davis has finally carved out a country music singing career of her own.
David Frizzell is an American country music singer and songwriter. He was born on September 26, 1941, in El Dorado, Arkansas, United States. As the younger brother of legendary country artist Lefty Frizzell, David grew up surrounded by music and was heavily influenced by his brother’s success.
David Frizzell began his music career in the late 1960s, initially performing in local clubs and honky-tonks. He gained recognition for his smooth vocals and engaging stage presence. In 1970, he signed a recording contract with Columbia Records and released his debut single, “L.A. International Airport,” which became a hit on the country charts. The success of the song launched his solo career and set the stage for subsequent releases.
Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, David Frizzell released several charting singles, including “I Just Came Here to Dance,” “Lost My Baby Blues,” and “Where Are You Spending Your Nights These Days.” However, his most significant success came through his duets, particularly with Shelly West.
David Frizzell and Shelly West collaborated on a series of successful duets in the early 1980s. Their most famous song, “You’re the Reason God Made Oklahoma,” reached number one on the country charts in 1981 and became their signature song. They followed up with other hits like “Another Honky-Tonk Night on Broadway” and “A Texas State of Mind.”
In addition to his solo and duet work, David Frizzell also paid tribute to his brother Lefty Frizzell by recording an album of Lefty’s songs titled “The Family’s Fine, But This One’s All Mine.” The album featured David’s renditions of Lefty’s classic hits.
David Frizzell continues to perform and record music, preserving his family’s musical legacy and entertaining country music fans. His smooth vocals and traditional country sound have earned him a loyal fan base.