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Retired American singer who performed and recorded in diverse genres including rock, country, light opera, and Latin. Wikipedia

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  • Linda Ronstadt discography

    American rock, pop and country artist , consists of 24 solo studio albums, one live album, numerous compilation albums, and 63 singles. After recording three albums with her folk rock band, The Stone Poneys, Ronstadt debuted on Capitol Records as a solo artist with 1969's Hand Sown ... Home Grown. Wikipedia

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