Why Linda Ronstadt Still Matters to Tucson 

A Tucson music historian reflects on the lasting influence of our city's most famous musical export

Linda Ronstadt's singing days are over but her hometown's love affair with the storied singer is anything but. And that love affair goes both ways. She still owns a home in Tucson, keeps in touch with her childhood friends and remains inquisitive…

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