Linda Ronstadt speaks about her memoir, Simple Dreams.
Sunday, September 29 at 7 p.m. at Town Hall Seattle
Presented by ELLIOTT BAY BOOK COMPANY. Linda Ronstadt, whose forty-five year career has encompassed a wide array of musical styles, tells the story of her unique musical journey in a new memoir, Simple Dreams (Simon & Schuster). Born and raised in a musical family in Tucson, she arrived in Los Angeles just as the folk rock movement was beginning to bloom, and as part of the coterie of artists who played at the famed Troubadour club in West Hollywood, she helped define the musical style that dominated American music in the 1970s. One of her early backup bands went on to become the Eagles, and Linda went on to become the most successful female artist of the decade. In Simple Dreams, she reveals her journey to success, including stories behind many of her beloved songs. And she describes it all in a voice as beautiful as the one that sang "Heart Like a Wheel." This should be a special night. Tickets ($30 ticket includes one copy of Simple Dreams and admits one/$35 ticket includes one copy of Simple Dreams and admits two people) will be available starting August 30 from brownpapertickets.com or in person or by phone at Elliott Bay Book Company (206.624.6600). Town Hall Seattle is at 1119 Eighth Avenue (at Seneca). For more information, please call Elliott Bay Book Company at 206.624.6600.
The great Hall of the Town Hall Seattle (Eighth and Seneca) (View)
1119 8th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
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