Linda Ronstadt Net Worth

How much is Linda Ronstadt worth?

Net Worth:$150 Million
Date of Birth:July 15, 1946 (77 years old)
Height:1.58 m, 5 ft 2 in
Profession:Rock Singer
Linda Ronstadt Net Worth:
$150 Million

Linda Ronstadt is an American singer, songwriter and musician, widely known as the The Queen of Country Rock, and is an eleven-time Grammy Award winner. Ronstadt was born on July 15, 1946 as Linda Maria Ronstadt in Tucson, Arizona, USA. She is daughter to Gilbert Ronstadt, a prosperous machinery merchant who ran the F. Ronstadt Co., and Ruth Mary Ronstadt, a homemaker. In the mid-1970s, she dated Governor Jerry Brown, and was engaged to Star Wars director George Lucas in the mid-1980s but never married.

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Linda started to perform alone by the end of 1960. In 1971 she was nominated for Grammy for the ballad “Long, Long Time.” Her next album was “Don’t Cry Now”, which was a big success but her upcoming released album “Heart Like a Wheel” took her to the top and she won her first Grammy. The album had hit songs like “When Will I Be Loved” and “You’re No Good”. The album also features a cover of Hank Williams’s “I Can’t Help It (If I’m Still in Love with You)”.

Personal Life

She began a relationship with Governor Jerry Brown in the mid-1970s and was engaged to Star Wars director George Lucas in the mid-1980s but never married.

She was in The Color of Money, which was directed by Martin Scorsese.

Inspirational Quotes by Linda Ronstadt

Full disclosure here - I had a terrible crush on Smokey Robinson, like every other female on the planet.

Linda Ronstadt

To sing with Frank Sinatra in any capacity at all is overwhelming.

Linda Ronstadt

For years, I've been interviewed, and they write what they thought I thought or what they thought I said. Sometimes it's accurate, and often it isn't.

Linda Ronstadt

The whole thing with recording is you have to know when to turn off the tape machine and just stop recording because you want to keep fixing, fixing, fixing, you know?

Linda Ronstadt

In the Troubadour days, it was all those songwriters that I hung around with all the time, so I could get songs and find out what was going on. So we all knew each other, and we just carried each other's word around.

Linda Ronstadt