Baby, everything Linda Ronstadt is totally good and everyone can see why starting today with the opening of Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice.  The documentary will run in select theaters nationwide including Los Angeles and New York City.

Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice takes us on the legendary artist’s journey as led by the pop superstar herself guiding us through her early years of singing Mexican canciones with her family to her folk days with the Stone Poneys to her reign as the “rock queen” of the ‘70s and early ’80s.

The ’70s and ’80s were a time when the music industry was dominated by males and Ronstadt became a pioneer for women and their rights; passionately advocating for all human rights.

The documentary offers moving performance footage that reminds us of how beautiful and powerful Ronstadt’s voice truly was. There are also testimonials and appearances by friends and collaborators including Dolly Parton, Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, Jackson Browne, Don Henley, David Geffen, and Aaron Neville.

Baby everything Linda Ronstadt totally good


Linda Ronstadt has been a music icon for more than 50 years. As such, she is a woman, artist, advocate, and icon who has Socially Sparked our lives. She first burst onto the music scene in 1967 and quickly showed her extraordinary vocal range and ambition to the world.  She created unforgettable songs across rock, pop, country, folk ballads, American standards, classic Mexican music and soul.  As the most popular female recording artist of the 1970s — with songs like “You’re No Good,” “When Will I Be Loved,” and “Blue Bayou” — Ronstadt filled huge arenas and produced an astounding eleven Platinum albums.

Her accolades and credits include: she was the first artist to top the Pop, Country, and R&B charts simultaneously; she won 10 Grammy ® Awards on 26 nominations and attained a level of stardom the Tucson native never could have imagined.

Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice wonderfully celebrates the artist — whose desire to share the music she loved made generations of fans fall in love with her — and the sound of her voice. While Ronstadt may have lost her singing voice to Parkinson’s disease, her music and influence remain as timeless as ever.

Yes, baby, she’s so good and she’s still good. — We are forever Socially Sparked!  Tweet @sosparkednews & @asparks01