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Linda Ronstadt Has Parkinson’s Disease and Can No Longer Sing [VIDEO]

"You're No Good." "It's So Easy." They were part of my childhood. And now the powerful voice that sent those classics through our radio speakers in the 1970s has been muted.

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Linda Ronstadt and the Eagles Played the Mesker in 1970. Moon and WBKR Listener Glenn Hodges Reminisce

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After the story ran of my meeting Linda Ronstadt in Louisville I received an intriguing email from WBKR listener Glenn Hodges.  He took notice of the date of my Ronstadt encounter and recalled attending a concert which turned out to be that same year. Glenn wrote, “

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Linda Ronstadt on a Blast from the Past Weekend — Moon Remembers Meeting Her

 

It was May 25, 1970, when I met Linda Ronstadt.  Freedom Hall, Louisville, Kentucky. Linda opened for Arlo Guthrie. While he performed the medley of his hit, leaving my wife (also named Linda) and friends in their seats, I traipsed backstage and caught up with the lovely Linda who was so nice to me. Dre

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Country Stars’ Birthdays — July 15 — Linda Ronstadt [Video]

In the 1970's Linda Ronstadt was one of the most successful and influential Country singers around. I met her in Louisville in May, 1970 when she was the opening act for Arlo Guthrie. I had played her rock hits with the Stone Poneys on Country radio stations in Kansas City and Louisville.

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