The name of the movie is "The Sound of My Voice". I'd known about it's release a few months ago, it started showing earlier this month. I saw it yesterday down here in Austin. A matinee show but there were still 30-40 people in the theater. You might wonder why I would post about some 'chick singer', right? Well here's the deal, if you were in a 70's/80's country/cover band with a female vocalist you played ALL of Ronstadt's radio hits in every set if the gal could handle it: You're No Good Blue Bayou When will I be loved Silver Threads/Golden Needles Living in the U.S.A. Poor Poor Pitiful Me Tumblin' Dice Heatwave That'll be the day It's So Easy I Can't help It Willin' There's a complete set, right there... The great part was all the precision guitar arrangements by Andrew Gold(RIP) too. After watching this movie I would argue that Linda Ronstadt, not Whitney Houston or Celine Dion was the best female vocalist of my generation. Just the massive number of albums sold, the sold out arenas, etc...Platinum album after platinum album...Then the Mexican albums, and Standard albums...what a range. So if you have the chance, take your significant other and see this movie about a true giant and trailblazer, you will not regret it; guaranteed.