LINDA RONSTADT - TICKET SIGNED CIRCA 1990 - HFSID 291950
Sale Price $414.00
Signed ticket stub from one of her concerts in 1990
Ticket signed: "Linda/Ronstadt" in black felt tip, 3½x2. Ticket stub from a live outdoor performance at the Riverbend Music Center on August 17, 1990. Pop singer Linda Ronstadt (b. 1946) had her first big hit, "Different Drum" (1967), with the group Stone Poneys. Her 1974 solo album, Heart Like a Wheel, which featured her hit songs "You're No Good", "When Will I Be Loved" and "It Doesn't Matter Anymore", was the first of her several Platinum-sellers. A sign of her versatility is that she has won eight Grammy Awards dispersed among the musical categories of country, pop, Latin and children's. Ronstadt also starred in a smash-hit Broadway revival of the Gilbert and Sullivan musical, Pirates of Penzance, and its 1983 film version. The Riverbend Music Center is located on the banks of the Ohio River, in Cincinnati. Lightly toned. Right edge torn. Otherwise, fine condition.
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