Who Won the 1988
Grammys Song Of The Year

Linda Ronstadt

("Somwhere Out There")

1987 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner
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1988 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Linda Ronstadt News

Chameleon and lion sample songbook
Houston Chronicle
It was in 1983 that Linda Ronstadt bucked expectations to release a throwback, soignée album titled "What's New." Featuring arrangements by Nelson Riddle, best known then as now for his work with Frank Sinatra, it spent weeks in the top 3, behind ...

1988 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Linda Ronstadt News

What concert would you go see?
Kenai Peninsula Online
Linda Ronstadt in her miniskirt days, belting out that large voice on songs we all remember. Joni Mitchell's voice had a softer strength. And Charlie Daniels. On a more intimate ballroom stage during those years, I remember Loudon Wainwright III when ...

1988 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Linda Ronstadt News

Premiere: Diana Krall covers 'Desperado'
USA TODAY
Diana Krall may have won Grammys for her jazz recordings, but she shows serious pop chops on her cover of Desperado, premiering at USA TODAY. Inspired by Linda Ronstadt, one of her parents' favorite performers, Krall displays tender affection for the ...

1988 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Linda Ronstadt News

Captivating Emmylou Harris charms Kleinhans crowd
Buffalo News
Her '70s solo work on efforts like “Elite Hotel” and “Luxury Liner” moved her sirenlike vocals to the forefront on both original and remade material; teaming with fellow songstresses Linda Ronstadt and Dolly Parton shined an even brighter light on both ...

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