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Linda Ronstadt

Linda Ronstadt was one of the top-selling female vocalists of the late 1970s, the singer of such hits as "You're No Good" and "When Will I Be Loved." After three albums with The Stone Poneys,…

Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris

Western Wall: The Tucson Sessions Asylum Their Trio partner Dolly Parton is nowhere to be found on this set, but Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris deliver a captivating collaboration of their own…

Linda Ronstadt, 2004 News

singer, was ejected from Las Vegas's Aladdin Hotel in July after she dedicated the song “Desperado” to Michael Moore and encouraged the audience to see his new film, Fahrenheit 9/11, a…

Clements, Vassar

(Encyclopedia) Clements, Vassar, 1928–2005, American virtuoso fiddle player, b. Kinards, S.C. Self-taught, he played with Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys from 1949 to 1956. Though his roots were…

Significant Recordings of 1999

Tori AmosAustin Powers - The Spy Who Shagged Me SoundtrackBackstreet BoysBeckBen Folds FiveBlack CrowesBlondieGarth BrooksThe CardigansMariah CareyThe Chemical BrothersContinental DriftersChris…

Warren Zevon

Warren Zevon is most famous for his 1978 album, Excitable Boy, and for hard-rocking, darkly funny tunes like "Werewolves of London," "Lawyers, Guns and Money" and "Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner…

K.T. Oslin

My Roots Are ShowingBNA/BMG The torch album is nothing if not a relic of the '80s, and Linda Ronstadt's vainglorious partnership with the indubitable Nelson Riddle. But there are all sorts…

Neil Young: Silver & Gold

Silver & GoldReprise For a guy once known as "the godfather of grunge," Neil Young can be quite a perfectionist. He's been fine-tuning Silver & Gold since 1997, and previewed it out…

Aaron Neville Biography

Aaron Neville singerBorn: 1/24/1941Birthplace: New Orleans Neville came to attention as a solo artist with the soul ballad “Tell It Like It Is” (1967); his single “Don't Know Much” (1990), a…