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Trisha Yearwood Is Cooking Up Something for Her Musical Hero Linda Ronstadt

Yearwood previously was among those who paid tribute to Ronstadt during the 2019 Kennedy Center Honors. Trisha Yearwood has become as well known for her series of cookbooks and her Trisha’s Southern Kitchen program on the Food Network as she has for her music–her latest cookbook, Trisha’s Kitchen: Easy Comfort Food for Friends and Family.
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Trisha Yearwood's cooking up something special for her hero, Linda Ronstadt

From the beginning of her career, Trisha Yearwood's made no bones about it: Linda Ronstadt is her musical hero. Through the years, the two have become friends, with the renowned "You're No Good" singer recognizing the two-time CMA female vocalist of the year's talent. Yearwood even filled in as a member of the Trio with Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris when Ronstadt couldn't make it to back up George Jones on "Where Grass Won't Grow" on 1994's "The Bradley Barn Sessions."
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Get Closer! A Tribute to Linda Ronstadt

Debbie Rider as Linda Ronstadt and her 7-piece band Get Closer! recreate Linda Ronstadt’s 1974 concert recorded LIVE for radio at My Father’s Place, Roslyn, NY! Featured in an intimate setting, this historic concert fresh off Linda’s release of her monumental album “Heart Like a Wheel” was a definitive concert taking her from lounges to large concert venues across the world. Wear what you wore in ’74 for some nostalgic fun as Debbie and Get Closer! cover all Linda’s hits in every genre with the same instrumentation as Linda’s touring band! Get tickets now and arrive early for dinner. Doors open at 6:30 PM in the Mudville Music Room; the attached Mudville Grille Restaurant and Bar is open 11 AM to 10 PM.
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Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt Join Forces To Sing Country Gospel Classic, “The Sweetest Gift,” Back In 1976

Let’s spin it back to the late ’70s real quick, where three iconic female country musicians met up to sing a tenderhearted rendition of a classic gospel tune:. A song dating back to the 40s, Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, and Linda Ronstadt joined forces for the song on an episode of the Dolly around 1976. Ronstadt and Harris also recorded the song for Ronstadt’s 1975 album Prisoner in Disguise.
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The essential Linda Ronstadt playlist

There's no denying the universal appeal of Linda Ronstadt, who has lent her powerhouse pipes to some of the best songs in pop music history. Her voice somehow managed to beautifully bridge the gap between powerful and tender, producing a sound that was totally distinct. Ronstadt's influences ran the gamut,...
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Top 20 Best-Selling Country Artists of All Time: No. 14 Linda Ronstadt

Linda Ronstadt diversified her portfolio. The multi-format darling dominated both the pop and country albums charts in the 1970s. And we won’t hold her pop popularity against her. In fact, we’re celebrating her entire catalog. Got a problem with that? Talk to Linda’s Trio pals, Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris. They’ll vouch for Linda’s country chops.
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Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris’ ‘Trio’: Soaring Sisterhood

As vocal partnerships go, the bond between Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris stands as among the purest, a sisterhood boasting a celestial vocal blend, rooted in mutual admiration and the sheer joy of making music. Trio, the 1987 album that landed long after Crosby, Stills and Nash inspired the star-making machinery to crank out more mercenary joint ventures, glows with an effortless sonic beauty framed within the enduring modesty of traditional country music.
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Linda Ronstadt sells music catalog to Irving Azoff’s Iconic Artists Group

Linda Ronstadt is the latest music legend to sell her catalog. The multiple Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter has sold her recorded music assets to mogul Irving Azoff’s new venture Iconic Artists Group, for an undisclosed sum. According to reports, the deal will see Ronstadt and her manager and assistant...
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Don Henley, Linda Ronstadt & more featured in ‘Dolly Parton: A MusiCares Tribute,’ premiering on Netflix

Each year, the Recording Academy's MusiCares charity stages a star-studded benefit gala that pays tribute to a top musical artist named Person of the Year. These are invite-only events that the public never sees, and they've very rarely been released after the fact. But Netflix is about to change all that with Dolly Parton: A MusiCares Tribute, which premieres April 7.