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

Rhythm & Roots Festival keeps longtime fans coming back for more
The Providence Journal
With her salty Southern twang and beehive hair-do, she was well known to many in the crowd. She kicked off her set with an old Linda Ronstadt tune, “When Will I Be Loved,” as many in the crowd danced and sang along. On Twitter: @billmalinowski ...

1988 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Linda Ronstadt News

Record Bin: The lacerating beauty of Neil Young's "Harvest"
Nooga.com
There's a connected story told of his performance on "The Johnny Cash Show," which also included James Taylor and Linda Ronstadt as performers, where Young invited both back to the studio and the trio laid down the vocals for "Old Man" and "Heart of ...

1988 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Linda Ronstadt News

'True Blue Bayou,' 'The Trip to Bountiful,' Fiddler on the Roof,' and more: On ...
The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com
The Center Of Performing Arts (COPA) in Covington will present the critically-acclaimed "True Blue Bayou: A Tribute to Linda Ronstadt" on Sept. 20. This is a one- night-only dinner theater event with limited seating. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m ...

1988 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Linda Ronstadt News

DOCUTAH film focuses on Jewish composers, musicians
St. George Daily Spectrum
She has recorded soundtracks for Linda Ronstadt, Tom Waits, Journey, as well as for many feature films. • Classical guitarist David Jorgensen was born and raised in Southern Utah. At 18, David met his guitar partner, Paul Barfuss, and began learning ...

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