An all-star group gathered on Thursday night to pay tribute to the ailing Linda Ronstadt, whose battle with Parkinson's disease kept the singing legend from her own Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.
The full text of Glenn Frey's speech inducting Linda Ronstadt into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Glenn Frey minced few words when he took the stage to induct Linda Ronstadt into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tonight.
The annual list of songs added to the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry has been released.
The singer's health issues have made it difficult for her to travel.
The unfortunate retirement of Linda Ronstadt due to Parkinson's disease has caused her career to be looked at in a new light. However, in a new interview, the chart-topping singer says that it has never mattered to her if she gets inducted into that ultimate measure of respectability, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
By the late '70s, Linda Ronstadt had left herself with a pretty tough act to follow, scoring a series of platinum-selling, chart-topping LPs that helped turn her into one of the defining artists of the decade. But with 1978's 'Living in the USA,' she managed to raise the bar for commercial success all over again.