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Linda Ronstadt is Returning to the Stage For "A Conversation With Linda"

by VVN Music

Linda Ronstadt can no longer sing but that doesn't mean that she can't talk about her career. 

Ronstadt had one of the most diverse music careers in history, starting in folk and country, moving to rock, operetta, big band/pop and mariachi music, seeing success with every change.

Ronstadt retired from music in 2011 and, two years later, revealed that she was suffering from Parkinson's Disease which has robbed her of her storied voice.

Tonight (April 26), Ronstadt returns to the stage at the Scottsdale Center For the Performing Arts in Scottsdale, AZ where she will present "A Conversation With Linda". Included during the evening will be a audio-visual presentation on Ronstadt's career told through archival photos, videos and music based on Linda's 2013 autobiography Simple Dreams: A Musical Memoir. The presentation will be followed by an audience question-and-answer session.

"A Conversation With Linda" will also be presented on Sunday (April 29) at the Fox Theatre in Tuscon, AZ, September 15 at the Angelico Concert Hall in Dominican College in San Rafael, CA, September 21 at the Harris Center at Folsom Lake College in Folsom, CA and on September 29 at Mountain Winery in Saratoga, CA.