With one of the greatest duets of all time, country titans Reba McEntire and Linda Davis reunited for a sterling performance of their collaboration, "Does He Love You," a sweeping plea about one man's love between the wife and the mistress. During one of Reba's recent Ryman shows on Wednesday (Feb. 15), the powerhouse brought out Davis in a surprise moment for the fans. It was certainly a walk down memory lane, as Reba and Davis hit their stride as the song made its signature crescendo on the bridge, much to the satisfaction of the audience.
The AC-leaning ballad was co-written by Sandy Knox and Billy Stritch and first appeared on Reba's 1993 studio album, Greatest Hits Volume Two. When the song became an undeniable radio hit, the two singers would go on to nab the Grammy Award for Best Country Vocal Collaboration and also the CMA Award for Vocal Event of the Year.
In support of her brand new gospel album, Sing It Now: Songs of Faith & Hope, Reba performed two full concerts at the legendary Ryman Auditorium last week, a first for the icon. "I think I was seven years old the first time I ever went to the Ryman Auditorium, and here I am...old and I'm going to get to perform a whole concert. I'll be doing songs from all of my greatest hits I've gotten to do over my 40-year career and a few songs from the new gospel album. It's also the 125-year anniversary for the Ryman Auditorium..." she had said.
Upon the record's release, it bowed at No. 1 on both Billboard's Top Country Albums and Top Christian Albums. "With a team like this, what more could you ask for!? Thank you all so much! Love every one of you!" Reba posted on Instagram, along with a photo commemorating the milestone.
Later this year, Reba returns to Las Vegas for a residency with Brooks & Dunn at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, which runs through December.
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Watch their performance below: