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Onstage she was often devastatingly timid, and in the studio her voice was undermined by inappropriate material and arrangements.She attracted brief notice as a country singer — playing the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, making TV appearances on , her first album on Asylum (although it turned out she owed another to Capitol), was predictably bogged down and unfinished in the studio.She refused the offer out of loyalty to the trio and doubts about going it alone (earlier, the three had turned down Mercury's offer to make them into a surf-music group to be called the Signets).But when the Stone Poneys failed to attract further interest, they split up, and Ronstadt signed with Cohen, whom she later persuaded to manage the trio.In addition to astute song choices, high standards of studio craft became Ronstadt and Asher's trademarks.
A former half of the British pop duo Peter and Gordon, he had gone from performing in the mid-60s to producing and managing.And oh the artists she worked with: the evening was a session of name dropping The Eagles, The Doors, James Taylor, Jackson Browne. A star from the golden age of rock unable to sing, but still able to inspire.Ronstadt smiled fondly as the musical hits played and then she got serious about almost 10 years of coping with Parkinson's disease."I can't sing anymore. Legendary singer Linda Ronstadt made a rare public appearance in the South Bay.Three years have passed since Ronstadt went public with her Parkinson's diagnosis.
Solo, Ronstadt floundered for most of the next five years.