Linda Davis
American musician
Linda Davis
Linda Kaye Davis is an American country music singer. Before beginning a career as a solo artist, she charted three minor country singles as one half of the duo Skip & Linda. In her solo career, Davis has recorded five major-label studio albums and more than 15 singles.
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Watch: Success Stories of Past Lottery Winners
ABC News - about 1 year
Loyal and Linda Davis share how they avoided pitfalls after winning a $207 million jackpot.
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'The Voice's' Biggest Upset Yet
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
"The Voice" results are in and Judith Hill and Sarah Simmons, both of Team Adam, are shockingly going home. These were easily the most surprising results "The Voice" has seen thus far in Season 4. Judith, a former backup singer for Michael Jackson, was an early favorite. On Monday night, the singer took on's "#thatPOWER," featuring Justin Bieber. It was a risky move, but Judith had newfound confidence after singing "The Way You Make Me Feel" last week and getting through the emotional performance. Judith was supposed to be Jackson's duet partner for his "This Is It" tour, which was canceled when the singer died unexpectedly. She attracted global attention when she sang the lead on "Heal the World" during Jackson's funeral, but didn't want to seize any of the many opportunities offered to her in the wake of the King of Pop's death. Early on in the competition, Judith was named "the one to beat on the entire show," according to Newsday, and her departure from ...
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FLASHPOLL: Romney Trumps Obama in Debate, CT Political Insiders Agree
Bethwood Patch - over 4 years
In the immediate aftermath of the first presidential debate, held at the University of Denver Wednesday night and moderated by PBS’ Jim Lehrer, it seems that influential Connecticut Republicans and Democrats agree on one thing: Mitt Romney won the night. In Patch Red Nutmeg and Blue Nutmeg FlashPolls of political influencers from both sides of the aisle taken just after the debate ended, all but one of the respondents said they thought Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, had won the debate. In fact, 12 of 15 Republicans who answered the late-night survey thought Romney had won by “a large margin,” while two of the three Democrats who answered the question thought Romney had won by a slim margin. A lone Democratic respondent thought Obama won by a wide margin. “Mitt Romney appeared confident and presidential,” one Republican surveyed said. “Obama appeared frazzled because it's been years since his prepared statements have been challenged.” In response to the question, ...
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LATimes - over 4 years
[From inhouse jewelry designer Brenda Henriques who designed this window display: “The color of the wall reminded me of Schiaparelli’s “shocking pink.” I have always been a fan of Else Scaparelli and her surreal take on fashion. The “Bug Blouse” is a tribute to her. The 1950's Bathing Suit is an homage to Koi owner Linda Davis' love of vintage clothes. The Ticket Tape Dress is a tribute to Madame Gres (accent grave over the e), her 1920's – '30's graceful column dresses. The Sales Dress is made of crate paper and the apron is made of rice paper once used to wrap a vintage kimono. The head is paper-mache. Window shopping is an imaginative and immersive experience at Koi boutique in South Pasadena. To promote its summer sale through August 31, Koi d
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Arlington Native to Give Wheelock's Student Commencement Address
Arlington Patch - almost 5 years
The following is a press release from Wheelock College. Tamara Pace-Emerson, an Arlington native and senior at Wheelock College, has been selected to deliver the 2012 student speech at Wheelock’s commencement ceremony on Friday, May 11. Pace-Emerson grew up in Arlington but graduated from high school in Framingham in 2006. She is a former City Year volunteer and a leader among the Wheelock College student body. Pace-Emerson will graduate from Wheelock with a professional major in elementary education, as well as a bachelor’s degree in math and science. She also has a minor in juvenile justice and youth advocacy and hopes to continue in her education by attending medical school to study pediatrics or pursuing a degree in nursing. While at Wheelock, Pace-Emerson participated in an independent study that took her to London to establish the first ever City Year London program, a leading education nonprofit that enables young people to volunteer for a year at London’s inner city ...
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Brookline Town Election 2012: Results - Uekermann for Library Trustee [POLL]
Brookline Patch - almost 5 years
By only about 40 votes, the unofficial version of the Town Election results show that Kristen Uekermann was elected as a Brookline Library Trustee in yesterday's Town election. The sheet shows a very close race, with 1138 votes to Puja Mehta, and 1177 to Uekermann, with 695 blank votes.  The results also say that 3,010 people, out of Brookline's over 37,400 voters turned out to cast their votes--roughly 8 percent. This was a slight increase over last year, which saw 2,800--about 7.4 percent.  In three of the town's 16 precincts, write-in votes elected new Town Meeting Members, each where one of the 15 seats would have gone empty. In Precinct 11, a write-in campaign secured 28 votes for Shanna Giora-Gorfajn (who is a Patch columnist). In Precinct 10, for a one year seat, Marian Hersherson secured a seat with 9 votes, and in Precinct 15, Cornelia Vanderziel garnered 19 votes, beating the other write-in candidates. Below are the full results for Brookline town meeting, according ...
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Election Day 2012: What's on the Ballot? [POLL]
Brookline Patch - almost 5 years
While a larger election is coming up in November, today Brookline goes to the polls to pick a new Library Trustee, and a handful of Town Meeting Members for upcoming terms.  Patch is here to give you all of the voting info you'll need in one place: When the time comes, go to the check-in table at your polling place and tell the poll worker your street, house number and then name (in that order). They will hand you a ballot and provide you with instructions. If you're not sure which precinct you are in, check "Where do I vote, MA" and input your address, or consult the town's 2012 Precinct Index. Not sure where your poll location is? Mouseover the map to the right. With the exception of one, the town-wide races are not contested. That contest is for a seat on the Board of Library Trustees, between Puja Mehta and Kristen Uekermann. Patch sat down with both candidates to get to know them, and also received Letters to the Editor from both campaigns.   There are a number of l ...
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Dorothy A. (Fornadel) Finch Barilaro
Sewickley Patch - almost 5 years
Dorothy A. (Fornadel) Finch Barilaro, 76, of Sewickley passed away on Friday April 27, 2012. Born December 18, 1935 in Sewickley, daughter of the late Andrew Fornadel (1961) and Lillian (Svach) Fornadel Kadlick Garbinsky (2008). Beloved wife of the late Samuel Finch Jr. (1961) and Jerry J. Barilaro (2007). Mother of Kenneth (Barbara) Barilaro of West Chester, PA and Linda (David) Veights of Toronto, Ontario Canada; grandmother of Samantha and Sean Veights of Sewickley; sister of Andrew (Carol) Fornadel and Daniel (Diane) Fornadel, both of Freedom, PA, Aunt of Cheri (John) Daw of Evans City, PA, Andrew (Lisa) Fornadel of Cranberry Twp., PA, and Ryan and Matthew Fornadel, both of Freedom, PA. She was a retired secretary for US Airways. Visitation RD Copeland Ltd.-Irvine Chapel, 702 Beaver St. Sewickley, Monday 1-4 & 6-8 PM. A Mass of Christian Burial is Tuesday 10:00 AM at St. James Church, Sewickley. Interment St. James Cemetery. Dorothy appreciated all the prayers, l ...
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Ohio ministry supports families of prisoners
The Wichita Eagle - almost 5 years
AKRON, Ohio — Linda Davis remembers the hurt and disappointment in the eyes of a young woman who was told she couldn’t visit her loved one in a correctional facility in Grafton, Ohio, because she had a hole in her jeans. “She had driven two hours, only to be told that she couldn’t visit. She had a young child with her,” said Davis, who was at the facility visiting her son. “I felt bad for her and her loved one that she was trying to visit. How many people know that they can’t visit a loved one who is incarcerated if you have a hole in your jeans?” Davis and her husband, Edwin, are on a mission to help families navigate the rules and regulations of the criminal justice system and to give them support via LOOP (Loved Ones Of Prisoners) Family Ministry. The Clinton, Ohio, couple recently established the ministry as an outreach of Hartville Church of God, where they are members. Read more
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D.C. Court of Appeals Senior Judge Seeking Reappointment
The Blog of Legal Times - almost 5 years
District of Columbia Court of Appeals Senior Judge Frank Schwelb is seeking reappointment, according to an announcement (PDF) today from the District of Columbia Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure. Superior Court Judge Linda Davis, whose decision to retire from the bench was announced yesterday, is also seeking senior status, according to the release. The commission is accepting any comments on the two judges through June 8. Schwelb served as a Superior Court judge from 1979 until he was appointed to the city’s highest local court in 1988. Before joining the bench, he worked in the U.S. Department of Justice’s civil rights division, serving as the first chief of the housing section in the 1970s. Davis was appointed to Superior Court in 1995. She spent her career in public service, first in the D.C. Public Defender Service and later with the Justice Department’s civil rights division. Applications to fill her seat are due to the District of Columbia Judicial No ...
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Superior Court Judgeship Opens with Retirement of Judge Davis
The Blog of Legal Times - almost 5 years
Updated at 5:33 p.m. District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Linda Davis will retire June 30, according to a release (PDF) today from the District of Columbia Judicial Nomination Commission. Davis, who was appointed to the bench in 1995, presides over criminal and misdemeanor cases, as well as the mental health community court. "It's been 17 wonderful years," she said, "but I think it's just time." The commission is accepting applications for attorneys interested in filling her seat. Applicants have until May 25 to submit their information to the commission. Before joining the bench, Davis spent her career in public service, first as a public defender and later with the U.S. Department of Justice. After earning her J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1972, Davis joined the D.C. Public Defender Service. In 1976, she joined the civil rights division of the Justice Department, working in the criminal section. She served as chief of the criminal section from 1984 until her ap ...
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Lady Antebellum drops much-anticipated new album - San Francisco Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
The trio said this stability was cemented in place during their early years together. The melding of University of Georgia buddies Haywood, 29, and Kelley, 30, with Scott, 25, the daughter of Grammy winner Linda Davis, wasn't initially so serene
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Art Beat launches new talk show: Art Talk - Coon Rapids Herald
Google News - over 5 years
“Artists have such creative minds,” said Linda Davis, producer of Art Talk. “Where does this come from? This will give insight into this,” she said about questions viewers might have of artists' work. Art Talk kicked off its first show last week
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Taking a Look at the Zagat Fast Food Survey - AZFamily
Google News - over 5 years
Maybe you've seen the signs on some of your favorite dining destinations – Zagat Rated – a very dependable indicator that others have found the food, ambiance or more worthy of the distinction. Zagat began rating restaurants and more
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County contributes to G&M renovation - Collingwood Enterprise Bulletin
Google News - over 5 years
Simcoe County Warden Cal Patterson, G&M board chair Shelley Wells, and G&M GEO Linda Davis, with the cheque for ongoing renovations at the hospital from the county. Morgan Ian Adams/Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin By Morgan Ian Adams COLLINGWOOD — The
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Linda Davis
  • 2013
    Age 50
    In 2013 & 2015, Davis toured with fellow country singer Kenny Rogers and will again accompany him on his "The Gambler's Last Deal" tour in 2017.
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    Davis joined Lulu Roman (of Hee Haw fame) for a cover version of Anne Murray's "You Needed Me" on Roman's 2013 album At Last.
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  • 2003
    Age 40
    In 2003, Davis self-released a Christmas album with her husband, Lang Scott, and their daughter, Hillary (b.
    More Details Hide Details April 1, 1986). Two more self-released albums, I Have Arrived and Young at Heart, followed in 2004 and 2007, respectively. Hillary founded the country music group Lady Antebellum in 2006.
  • 2000
    Age 37
    She was signed to Kenny Rogers' Dreamcatcher Records in 2000.
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  • 1998
    Age 35
    Davis's fifth album, I'm Yours, was released in 1998 on DreamWorks Records, then a newly established record label.
    More Details Hide Details Its first single, "I Wanna Remember This", was used on the soundtrack to the film Black Dog. The song peaked at No. 20 in 1998, followed by the title track at No. 38 and "From the Inside Out" at No. 60. After this latter song, Davis left DreamWorks.
  • 1996
    Age 33
    Davis did not enter Top 40 on the country charts again until 1996 with the title track of her 1996 album Some Things Are Meant to Be, her second album for Arista.
    More Details Hide Details This song peaked at No. 13 on the country charts, becoming her highest solo chart position. Following it were "A Love Story in the Making" (co-written by the former NRBQ member Al Anderson) at No. 33, and "Walk Away", which failed to chart. Also included on this album was the song "What Do I Know", released by Ricochet the same year as its first single.
  • 1995
    Age 32
    Davis, along with Trisha Yearwood and Martina McBride, sang guest vocals on McEntire's mid-1995 cover version of the Patti LaBelle/Michael McDonald song "On My Own", although only McEntire received chart credit for it.
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  • 1993
    Age 30
    Davis had her biggest chart success in 1993 when she and McEntire recorded their duet "Does He Love You".
    More Details Hide Details Davis's only number one country hit, it also won her and McEntire a Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Collaboration that year. Soon afterward, Davis signed to Arista Nashville and recorded her third album, Shoot for the Moon. This album's first single, the Mac McAnally composition "Company Time", failed to enter the Top 40. It was followed by "Love Didn't Do It" at No. 58.
    Her highest chart entry is "Does He Love You", her 1993 duet with Reba McEntire, which reached number one on the Billboard country charts and won both singers the Grammy for Best Country Vocal Collaboration.
    More Details Hide Details Her highest solo chart position is "Some Things Are Meant to Be" at No. 13 in 1996. Davis is the wife of the country singer Lang Scott and the mother of Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum.
  • 1988
    Age 25
    Davis's first solo chart entry came in 1988 on Epic Records, although it was not until 1991 that she released her first album In a Different Light on Liberty Records.
    More Details Hide Details This album produced two chart singles, but no Top 40 hits. That same year, Davis co-wrote the title track of Dawn Sears's debut album What a Woman Wants to Hear. A year later, Davis released her second album, Linda Davis, which did not produce any chart singles at all. Reba McEntire then chose Davis as a backing vocalist for her road band.
  • 1962
    Linda Kaye Davis was born November 26, 1962, in Dotson, Texas.
    More Details Hide Details 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. They signed to MDJ Records and had three minor singles on the Billboard country charts. Davis later performed at a piano bar inside a Sheraton hotel, when she was discovered by the record producer Bob Montgomery.
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