She has two children. In the 1970s, Cashbox magazine, a competitor of Billboard during that time period, named Ronstadt the "#1 Female Artist of the Decade". .. get people to go and see them, and make a record that you think properly presents their music to the public and some of which you can get on the radio. [31] Linda Ronstadt's great-grandfather, graduate engineer Friedrich August Ronstadt (who went by Federico Augusto Ronstadt) immigrated to the Southwest (then a part of Mexico) in the 1840s from Hanover, Germany, and married a Mexican citizen, eventually settling in Tucson. [171] That same year, she drew criticism and praise[172] from Tucsonans for commenting that local city council's failings, developers' strip mall mentality, greed and growing dust problem had rendered the city unrecognizable and poorly developed. Linda Ronstadt (left) is the subject of the new documentary “Linda and the Mockingbirds,” which explores her Mexican heritage. [137] In fact, in 1976, Ronstadt had collaborated with her father to write and compose a traditional Mexican folk ballad, "Lo siento mi vida" – a song that she included on Hasten Down the Wind. However, the production was a critical and commercial disaster, closing after only a few nights.[117]. [30] The family's influence on and contributions to Arizona's history, including wagon making, commerce, pharmacies, and music, are chronicled in the library of the University of Arizona. [44] In August 2013, she revealed to Alanna Nash, writing for AARP, that she has Parkinson's disease and "can no longer sing a note. Canciones de Mi Padre won Ronstadt a Grammy Award for Best Mexican-American Performance. Heart Like a Wheel's first single release, "You're No Good" – a rockified version of an R&B song written by Clint Ballard, Jr. that Ronstadt had initially resisted because Andrew Gold's guitar tracks sounded too much like a "Beatles song" to her[73] – climbed to number 1 on both the Billboard and Cash Box Pop singles charts. It was an album of roots music incorporating pop, Cajun, and early-20th-century music and released on the Vanguard Records label. It became Ronstadt's tenth Top 10 album on the Billboard chart, reaching number 7 and being certified triple-platinum[92] (over three million copies sold in the U.S.). Linda's Father was 25% Mexican descent, Linda's Mother is completely of European descent, German, English, and Dutch. She has also earned nominations for a Tony Award and a Golden Globe award. As Staples Center Senior Vice President and general manager Bobby Goldwater said, "It was our goal to present a spectacular event as a sendoff to the 20th century", and "Eagles, Jackson Browne, and Linda Ronstadt are three of the most popular acts of the century. Ronstadt was nominated for three Lo Nuestro Awards in 1993: Female Regional Mexican Artist of the Year, Female Tropical/Salsa Artist of the Year, and her version of the song "Perfidia" was also listed for Tropical/Salsa Song of the Year.[141]. The biggest stars are male, and so are the back-up musicians ... rock beats are ... phallic, and lyrics ... masculine. At a 2006 concert in Canada, Ronstadt told the Calgary Sun that she was "embarrassed George Bush (was) from the United States. It showed Ronstadt in a vintage dress lying on shimmering satin sheets with a Walkman headset. Working with Ronstadt, Riddle brought his career back into focus in the last three years of his life. Ronstadt's natural vocal range spans several octaves from contralto to soprano, and occasionally she will showcase this entire range within a single work. With the release of chart-topping albums such as Heart Like a Wheel, Simple Dreams, and Living in the USA, Ronstadt became the first female "arena class" rock star. She returned to her rock 'n' roll roots with vivid interpretations of songs by Bruce Springsteen, Doc Pomus, Bob Dylan, and John Hiatt. The two embarked on an unorthodox and original approach to rehabilitating the Great American Songbook, recording a trilogy of traditional pop albums: What's New (1983‍—‌U.S. In the United States we spend millions of dollars on sports because it promotes teamwork, discipline, and the experience of learning to make great progress in small increments. Linda’s grandfather Frederico was born in Las Delicias, Sonora, Mexico, and was a business and cultural leader in early 20th century Tucson, Arizona. rcel.async = true; Despite the lack of success of We Ran, Ronstadt kept moving towards this adult rock exploration. But it was too much fun to get scared. Ronstadt has also appeared on albums by a vast range of artists including Emmylou Harris, the Chieftains, Dolly Parton, Neil Young, J. D. Souther, Gram Parsons, Bette Midler, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Earl Scruggs, the Eagles, Andrew Gold, Wendy Waldman, Hoyt Axton, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Ann Savoy, Karla Bonoff, James Taylor, Jimmy Webb, Valerie Carter, Warren Zevon, Maria Muldaur, Randy Newman (specifically his musical adaptation of Faust), Nicolette Larson, the Seldom Scene, Rosemary Clooney, Aaron Neville, Rodney Crowell, Hearts and Flowers, Laurie Lewis and Flaco Jiménez. Birth Name: Linda Maria Ronstadt. [21][22] Christopher Loudon, of Jazz Times, wrote in 2004 that Ronstadt is "blessed with arguably the most sterling set of pipes of her generation."[23]. Ronstadt appointed the Land Institute as recipient of all proceeds from her signature guitar. [156] In more recent years, Ronstadt moved back to San Francisco while continuing to maintain her home in Tucson. She has earned herself 10 Grammy Awards, three American Music Awards, two Academy of Country Music awards, an Emmy Award, and an ALMA Award. [157] Speaking of finding an acceptable mate, in 1974 she told Peter Knobler in Crawdaddy, "... he's real kind but isn't inspired musically and then you meet somebody else that's just so inspired musically that he just takes your breath away but he's such a moron, such a maniac that you can't get along with him. In 1996, Ronstadt produced Dedicated to the One I Love, an album of classic rock and roll songs reinvented as lullabies. In January 1986, the three eventually did make their way into the recording studio, where they spent the next several months working. At that time, Ronstadt's U.S. album sales were certified by the Recording Industry Association of America at over 30 million albums sold; however, Peter Asher, her former producer and manager, placed her total U.S. album sales at over 45 million. An album track entitled "The Blue Train" charted 10 weeks in Billboard's Adult Contemporary Top 40. [162], In August 2013, Ronstadt revealed she has Parkinson's disease, leaving her unable to sing due to loss of muscular control, which is common to Parkinson's patients. The album itself was nominated for the Album of the Year Grammy. The album earned Ronstadt another Grammy nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, and critical raves, with Time magazine calling it "one of the gutsiest, most unorthodox and unexpected albums of the year."[132]. Linda Ronstadt could sing it all. [54] Ronstadt also received telegrams of support from her rock 'n' roll friends around the world like the Rolling Stones, the Eagles and Elton John. The release continued her streak of Top 40 hits with "Get Closer" and "I Knew You When" – a 1965 hit by Billy Joe Royal – while the Jimmy Webb song "Easy For You To Say" was a surprise Top 10 Adult Contemporary hit in the spring of 1983. Rock is the thumping heart of Linda's music, and the rock world is dominated by males. [98] Female rock artists like her and Janis Joplin, whom she described as lovely, shy, and very literate in real life and the antithesis of the "red hot mamma" she was artificially encouraged to project, went through an identity crisis. Linda’s maternal grandmother was Hazel Dawn Berger (the daughter of Charles Henry Berger and Adelaide M. Bowman). Whoops I just looked more closely into the family tree, I guess she isn’t related to Alex Levin, I wish we could delete comments on here. The album also received Grammy Award nominations. That's it. [72], —Peter Asher, on collaborating with Ronstadt[36], Ronstadt began her fourth solo album, Don't Cry Now, in 1973, with Boylan (who had negotiated her contract with Asylum Records) and John David "J.D." She has received a total of 27 Grammy Award nominations in various fields that include rock, country, pop and Tropical Latin, and has won 11 Grammy Awards in the categories of Pop, Country, Tropical Latin, Musical Album for Children and Mexican-American. Like her two previous Latin recordings ventures, it won Ronstadt a Grammy Award, this time for Best Traditional Tropical Latin Album. She published an autobiography, Simple Dreams: A Musical Memoir,[25] in September 2013. In 1982, Ronstadt released the album Get Closer, a primarily rock album with some country and pop music as well. Ronstadt also filmed several music videos for this album which became popular on the fledgling MTV cable channel. [145] In July 2019, Ronstadt was selected as a Kennedy Center Honoree. "I couldn't breathe the air and I didn't want to drive on the freeways to get to the studio. [38] The album eventually sold 3 million U.S. copies. If I didn't hear it on the radio, or if my dad wasn't playing it on the piano, or if my brother wasn't playing it on the guitar or singing it in his boys' choir, or my mother and sister weren't practicing a Broadway tune or a Gilbert and Sullivan song, then I can't do it today. [149] She produced Cristal – Glass Music Through the Ages, an album of classical music using glass instruments with Dennis James, where she sang on several of the arrangements. The incident prompted international headlines and debate on an entertainer's right to express a political opinion from the stage and made the editorial section of The New York Times. Linda's paternal grandfather, Frederico Jose Maria Ronstadt, was born in Banamichi, Sonora, Mexico, to a German father, Friederich August Ronstadt, and a Mexican mother, Margarita Redondo y Vasquez, who also had Spanish and Italian ancestry. Suddenly, Linda Ronstadt was more than a famous singer—a “Linda Ronstadt” became a sizzling, unhittable strike that you watched as it just Blue Bayou #Baseball The #1 Selling Pitching Machine Company in the World. [95] It sold over 3½ million copies in less than a year in the U.S. alone – a record for a female artist. [83] Explaining that rock and roll music is part of her culture, she says that the songs she sang after her rock and roll hits were part of her soul. [56] But increasingly, Ronstadt wanted to make a union of folk music and rock 'n' roll,[40] and in 1964, after a semester at Arizona State University,[56] the 18-year-old decided to move to Los Angeles. ")[139], In December 1990, she participated in a concert held at the Tokyo Dome to commemorate John Lennon's 50th birthday, and to raise awareness of environmental issues. [50], At age 14, Ronstadt formed a folk trio with her brother Peter and sister Gretchen. Linda’s grandmother Maria Guadalupe was born in Arizona, or in Sonora, Mexico. (Though the efforts to complete the album were abandoned, a number of the recordings were included on the singers' respective solo recordings over the next few years.) "[89], Although Ronstadt had been a cult favorite on the music scene for several years, 1975 was "remembered in the music biz as the year when 29-year-old Linda Ronstadt belatedly happened."[90]. It included an ethereal cover of Neil Young's "After The Gold Rush" which became a popular music video. [148] Her RIAA certification (audits paid for by record companies or artists for promotion) tally as of 2001 totaled 19 Gold, 14 Platinum and 7 Multi-Platinum albums. [77] Likewise, a country sound and style, a fusion of country music and rock 'n' roll called country rock, started to exert its influence on mainstream pop music around the late 1960s, and it became an emerging movement Ronstadt helped form and commercialize. Drawing on her Mexican heritage and the songs of her childhood, Ronstadt released a Spanish-language album called "Canciones de Mi Padre" despite resistance from her record company. [165], Ronstadt's politics received criticism and praise during and after her July 17, 2004, performance at the Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas. [71], Another backing band included Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Bernie Leadon, and Randy Meisner, who went on to form the Eagles. They called Linda Ronstadt the Queen of Rock in the '70s, but the name is a little limiting. It included the duets with Aaron Neville, "Don't Know Much" (Billboard Hot 100 number 2 hit, Christmas 1989[93]) and "All My Life" (Billboard Hot 100 number 11 hit), both of which were long-running number 1 Adult Contemporary hits. [57][58][59], Ronstadt visited a friend from Tucson, Bobby Kimmel, in Los Angeles during Easter break from college in 1964, and later that year, shortly before her eighteenth birthday,[57] decided to move there permanently to form a band with him. Ms. Ronstadt is of Mexican-German descent on her father's side. She's Singing Her Love Songs to, "UN`s `Register` Of Performers Raises Blacklist Spectre In S. 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This album was titled Frenesí. In 1984, Ronstadt was cast in the role at Joseph Papp's Public Theater. She has said that "all girl singers" eventually "have to curtsy to Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday". It earned a nomination for the Grammy Award for the Best Contemporary Folk Album, and made the Top 10 of Billboard's Country Albums chart. In 1980, Greatest Hits, Volume 2 was released and certified platinum.[92]. "[85] Signaling her wide popularity as a concert artist, outside of the singles charts and the recording studio, Dirty Linen magazine describes her as the "first true woman rock 'n' roll superstar ... (selling) out stadiums with a string of mega-successful albums. She says her manager Peter Asher kicked Leibovitz out of the house when she visited to show them the photographs prior to publication. Linda Ronstadt is an American singer and actress. Later, as a solo artist, she released Hand Sown ... Home Grown in 1969, which has been described as the first alternative country record by a female recording artist. Ronstadt has released 24 studio albums and 15 compilation or greatest hits albums. In 1994, the three performers recorded a follow-up to Trio. It has been called the first alternative country record by a female recording artist. At the time, Ronstadt received some chiding for both the album cover and her venture into what was then considered "elevator music" by cynics, but remained determined to record with Riddle, and What's New became a hit. Linda’s paternal grandfather, Frederick Augustus Ronstadt, was married to Sara Levin, who was the sister of Henry Levin, the maternal great-grandfather of actress Natalia Livingston. [36] In a 1977 interview, Ronstadt explained, "Annie [Leibovitz] saw that picture as an exposé of my personality. I tend to bury myself in one thing for years at a time. There were few "girl singers" on the rock circuit at the time, and they were relegated to "groupie level when in a crowd of a bunch of rock and roll guys", a status Ronstadt avoided. A documentary based on her memoirs, Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice, was released in 2019. "[66], Several years before Ronstadt became what author Gerri Hirshey called the first "arena-class rock diva" with "hugely anticipated tours"[38] she began her solo career touring the North American concert circuit. Linda Ronstadt, 73, is a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and winner of lifetime achievement awards from the Grammys and Latin Grammys. Linda’s great-grandfather Friedrich was German, born in Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany, the son of Gottfried Heinrich Ronstadt and Trienke Gerdes. Plow" and sang a duet, "Funny How Time Slips Away," with Homer Simpson on The Yellow Album. The single's rollicking, fiddle-infused flip side, "Walk On", returned Ronstadt to the Country Singles chart for the first time since 1983. John was born in Galt, Ontario, Canada, and was the son of Baldwin C. Copeman and Elizabeth Smith, who was from Jersey, Ontario. Toward the end of the show, as she had done across the country, Ronstadt spoke to the audience, praising Fahrenheit 9/11, Michael Moore's documentary film about the Iraq War; she dedicated the song "Desperado" to Moore. Ronstadt received a Golden Globe nomination for the role in the film version. Asher attributed the long-term success of his working relationship with Ronstadt to the fact that he was the first person to manage and produce her with whom there was a solely professional relationship. She set records as one of the top-grossing concert artists of the decade. [105][106][107] On singing with Jagger, Ronstadt later said, "I loved it. [112] Us Weekly reported in 1978 that Ronstadt, Joni Mitchell, Stevie Nicks, and Carly Simon had become "The Queens of Rock"[111] and "Rock is no longer exclusively male. The result, Trio, which they had conceived ten years earlier, was released in March 1987. Many of these rhythms and sounds were part of her Southwestern roots. Now, with the release of Linda and the Mockingbirds (Shout! [155] In 1994, she adopted a baby boy, Carlos Ronstadt. On November 25, 1982, her "Happy Thanksgiving Day" concert was held at the Reunion Arena in Dallas and broadcast live via satellite to NBC radio stations in the United States. [170], In 2007, Ronstadt resided in San Francisco while also maintaining her home in Tucson. She has recorded and released over 30 studio albums and has made guest appearances on an estimated 120 albums by other artists. Ronstadt continued this theme on concert tour promotional posters with photos of her on roller skates in a dramatic pose with a large American flag in the background. Rolling Stone put Ronstadt on its cover in March 1975. [55], Media related to Linda Ronstadt at Wikimedia Commons. Music is meant to lighten your load. In the early 1980s, Ronstadt was criticized for accepting $500,000 to perform at the South African resort Sun City, violating the cultural boycott imposed against South Africa because of its policy of apartheid. Ronstadt's interpretation peaked at number 2 on the country chart. It was also accompanied by a popular music video. Bill Steen ... She's the greatest chick singer ever. Linda Ronstadt started her long and diverse singing career as "the clear-voiced, country-influenced singer" for the band the Stone Poneys, according to AllMusic.She was born in 1946 in Tucson, Arizona, to a musical family, and sang at home from a very young age. 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