Tucson New music Corridor renamed in honor of community legend Linda Ronstadt

The Tucson Audio Corridor will be renamed in honor of a neighborhood legend, Linda Ronstadt.

Mayor Regina Romero unveiled strategies for the renaming Friday, contacting Ronstadt “a single of Tucson’s most iconic ladies” in a tweet. 

The venue will be formally renamed throughout the Worldwide Mariachi Meeting Espectacular Concert on May 7.

In a assertion, Romero reported, “Linda Ronstadt is a beloved daughter of Tucson. It is time to honor her legacy and her capacity to tell the tale of our culture by means of music.”

Ronstadt was among the most effective solo artists of the ’70s, selling out “silly” arenas, as she called them in a new interview with The Republic, thanks to hits as enormous as “You’re No Good” and “When Will I Be Beloved.”