Linda Ronstadt: Living With Parkinson's
Linda Ronstadt, whose incomparable singing voice has been silenced by Parkinson's Disease, makes an incredibly rare public appearance at Denver's Seawell Grand Ballroom as part of the acclaimed Unique Lives series, to speak out about her illness and participate in a Q&A. One of the best-selling and most honored artists in music history, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, National Medal of the Arts recipient and 11-time Grammy winner's unbelievable musical output ranges from pop, rock, country, bluegrass and Americana to opera, jazz, tropical Latin, Cajun and even the double-platinum Mexican folk album Canciones de Mi Padres. That Grammy-winning disc just happens to be the biggest-selling non-English-language album in U.S. music history. Ronstadt, a dedicated political activist and national arts advocate, also recently penned a memoir, entitled Simple Dreams.