Linda Ronstadt Tickets
Linda Ronstadt is bringing her "A Conversation with Linda" tour to your city now as she looks back on a stellar career. She was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease a few years back and because of that, she is not able to sing anymore. She has retired now but has written a memoir and now makes appearances all across the country to discuss her legendary career. These are extremely insightful evenings for her fans that get to listen to stories about her run in the industry and how she made it to the top. If you want to be a part of a conversation with the icon, then book your Linda Ronstadt tickets.
Linda Ronstadt Tickets
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Linda Ronstadt is a legend whichever way you look at it. There haven't been too many artists in music history who could switch between country, folk, pop and rock as effortlessly as her. On quite a few occasions, she would make the transition on one album even. Now she is coming to you to talk about her career and how she is dealing with life now. If you want to get up close and personal with her, then book your Linda Ronstadt tickets now.
The Early Years
Linda Ronstadt was born in a family of music enthusiasts. Her early life was spent listening to all sorts of different genres and that variety became a big part of her life and eventually her professional career. She was just fourteen when she formed a folk band with her brother and sister. They used to play shows at small venues and their music consisted of all the genres that she had been listening to at home. Ronstadt however wanted to mix folk and rock 'n' roll and hence she made the move to LA in the year 1964.
Once in LA, Ronstadt formed a band with her friend from back home, Bobby Kimmel who had already started to work with Kenny Edwards. The three named themselves "The Stone Poneys" and released three studio albums between 1967 and 1968.
Ronstadt however wanted to do things on her own as well and released her solo album "Hand Sown...Home Grown" in the year 1969. It did not do that well and the same fate befell her next two studio albums "Silk Purse" and "Linda Ronstadt."
Ronstadt Starts To Make Her Mark
Linda Ronstadt released her fourth studio album "Don't Cry Now" in the year 1973 and that became her first major breakthrough. The album received acclaim from the critics and was also certified Gold in the United States.
Then came her album "Heart Like a Wheel" in November of 1974 and it put her on her way to becoming the one of the most successful musicians of the 1970s. The record was a massive hit. It received five stars out of five from AllMusic and The Rolling Stone Album Guide.
The record also went number one on the Billboard 200 to become Ronstadt's first album to peak at the first position. It also earned four Grammy nominations out of which it won the award for the "Best Country Vocal Performance Female." Heart Like a Wheel sold in excess of two million copies to earn double platinum certification from the RIAA.
Linda Ronstadt: The Icon
Linda Ronstadt released "Prisoner in Disguise" in the year 1975 and not only did it receive four and a half stars out of five from AllMusic, but also went to number four on the Billboard 200. It was certified Platinum in the United States.
She followed that up by releasing her next studio album "Hasten Down the Wind," which hit the music stores in August of 1976. It climbed to the top spot on the US Billboard 200 and was certified Platinum in the country. The record also made Ronstadt the first ever female musician in history to have three back-to-back platinum selling albums. To cement her status as the biggest female star on the planet, Ronstadt also won a Grammy for the album.
She capped off a quite incredible decade by releasing the three times Platinum selling album "Simple Dreams" and the two times Platinum record "Living in the US." Over the course of her iconic career, Ronstadt came out with more than thirty studio albums and has collaborated with the likes of Dolly Parton, Paul Simon, Frank Zappa, Neil Young, Johnny Cash and Bette Midler among others.
Linda Ronstadt has also won a whopping eleven Grammy Awards and an Emmy among a long list of other accolades. She has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and her book Simple Dreams: A Musical Memoir made it to the Top 10 of The New York Times Best Seller list.
She is now coming to Scottsdale, Saratoga and her city of birth, Tucson soon. Watch the living legend as she reminisces about her life in general and her journey to the top of the industry. All you have to do is book Linda Ronstadt tickets to enjoy her company.
Linda Ronstadt Tickets Prices
The average price for Linda Ronstadt Tickets start from $147. The minimum get in price is $51 for Linda Ronstadt Tickets at the Town Hall Theatre - NY, New York. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Linda Ronstadt||New York||4-May-19||$147||$51|
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