Somewhere Out There

Linda Maria Ronstadt was born July 15, 1946 in Tucson, Arizona. She became the lead singer of the successful folk rock group, The Stone Poney. In the 1970's her private life was given publicity because of a relationship with then-Governor Jerry Brown of California, a Democratic presidential candidate. They shared a Newsweek magazine cover in April 1979. Ronstadt and Brown also took a trip to Africa which became fodder for the media. In the mid-1980s, Ronstadt was engaged ("ring on the finger and all") to Star Wars director George Lucas.
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