Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Linda Ronstadt talks to Seattle Gay News on October 17

Music legend Linda Ronstadt phoned in recently to Seattle Gay News from her home in San Jose, California to speak about her past accomplishments, future recording plans, and appreciation for gay culture. The Arizona-born diva has enjoyed a long and successful career that boasts 10 Grammy Awards, multi platinum-certified albums, sold out tours, and collaborations with Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Aaron Neville, James Ingram, and Ann Savoy. To date, she has recorded music in various genres, including pop, rock, country, folk, and Spanish language.

Grab a copy of Seattle Gay News on October 17 and get closer to the one, the only Linda Ronstadt - who kicks off her "Romantic Evening in Old Mexico" tour at the Paramount Theatre on October 23. The interview will upload onto our website,, on Saturday morning.


Anonymous said...

Please people we know Linda Rondstadt is Gay and When she dated Jerry Brown who is Gay and both will not come out and admit it well thats just sad.....What are they afraid of......Jerry Browns marriage is a cover up for him also.He covered it up in the 80's when he ran for Governor and he still is today.

Peter D said...

Anonymous your comment totally lack support. There are a few things WE know about Linda Rondstadt. One, she is an outspoken supporter of gay rights. Second, she is not remotely close to being gay. Her history shows a healthy affection for men while totally devoid of any relationships with women; this is not to say such a relationship could not be healthy. As for Jerry Brown, he had a reputation for taking in the night life in Sacramento when he was first governor. There was no shortage of ladies on his arm and it was well reported.

Anonymous said...

Peter... Peter... Peter... you are a great example of "Never underestimate the power of denial."

Anonymous said...

If Governor Moonbeam is gay he has a strange way of showing it. When he was governor for the first time he pinched my wife's butt and called her the little woman. She almost decked him but thought the better of it since daddy Edmund G Brown was also there.