Take a look at the Tucson native and legendary pop and country singer Linda Ronstadt.
Handout photo of Linda Ronstadt in 1999.
Linda Ronstadt, one of the Hall of Fame's first five inductees, brought mariachi music to the masses with two popular LPs. Linda Ronstadt
Linda Ronstadt at Tucson's Symphany Cotillion Ball in 1977.
Linda Ronstadt signs autographs at Tucson's Symphany Cotillion Ball in 1977.
Linda Ronstadt, shown in this 1991 file photo, is singing the praises of teaching young children foreign languages. Ronstadt, whose album "Canciones de Mi Padre" ("Songs of My Father") won a Grammy in 1987, told state education officials in Phoenix Monday, Sept. 30, 1996, that if children aren't exposed to foreign languages early, they may not learn them at all.
Linda Ronstadt in 1998.
Linda Ronstadt circa 1983.
Linda Ronstadt with Nelson Riddle
Linda Ronstadt's tour programs from 1983 and 1984 at the University of Arizona's Esquire Apartments photographed Tuesday, April 19, 2011. Ronstadt has donated her collection of artifacts from her time with Nelson Riddle to the UA School of Music.
Linda Ronstadt's What's New album on top of the hand-copied orchestra parts for "What's New" by Ronstadt arranged by Nelson Riddle at the University of Arizona's Esquire Apartments photographed Tuesday, April 19, 2011. Ronstadt has donated her collection of artifacts from her time with Nelson Riddle to the UA School of Music.
Linda Ronstadt, right, and Sam Bush sing together at the Berger Performing Arts Center in Tucson on June 12, 2002. Most of the crowd was there to hear Linda Ronstadt sing, but by the end of the evening, Sam Bush's mandolin playing and harmonizing with Ronstadt converted many into enthusiastic fans.
Linda Ronstadt and Mariachi Vargas deliver inspiring celebration of old Mexico in sold-out concert.
A likeness of Tucson native singer Linda Ronstadt was created by 86-year-old June Aguayo, who works out of her home. Aguayo is a regular staple at cultural events like Tucson Meet Yourself and has painted notable Tucsonans such as Raul Grijalva and Lalo Guerrero.
Nothing is off-limits at "Conversation with Linda Ronstadt" at Fox Tucson Theatre.
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