Ronstadt Revival is the premier tribute to Linda Ronstadt, with a full 7 piece band, including fiddle and pedal steel, to bring you the true authentic sound of the Ronstadt catalog. Real, raw and 100% LIVE music. From Linda’s 1967 beginnings with The Stone Poneys, to her amazing renditions in the 70s of songs by beloved songwriters like Smokey Robinson, Warren Zevon, Lowell George, The Eagles and The Rolling Stones, to her 80s smash album Mad Love with its New Wave vibe. Ronstadt Revival will take you on a timeless journey of all of your favorites including, You're No Good, Blue Bayou, When Will I Be Loved, Tracks of My Tears and so much more!

"Ronstadt Revival sold out 3 shows in one year, we can’t wait to have them back again  " ~ Coach House Concert Hall

“This band brings Linda back!" ~ Keo P. 

“Shannon is an incredibly engaging performer with a fantastic voice and tremendous charisma, our audience loved her!" ~ Empress Theatre 

The fiddle and pedal steel are such a treat! They are the whole package!” ~ Mike H.

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Yeah Yeah!  

In 1995, Linda Ronstadt put out her own version of Tom Petty’s, The Waiting, on her album Feels Like Home. We can’t wait to hear you sing along with us! Yeah yeah! Yeah yeah yeah yeah! CLICK HERE for all of the info! 

June 3-4 • Grand Annex - San Pedro, CA

June 5 • Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Fest - Temecula, CA 

July 17 • The Venue at Farnsworth Hall - Mesa, AZ 

July 22 • The Ritz Theater - Escondido, CA 

August 6 • Gaslamp - Long Beach, CA

And more to come!

Hello Temecula! 🍷  

Balloons? Wine? Linda Ronstadt? Heck, yeah! Come sing along with us as we make our debut at The Temecula Valley Ballon & Wine Festival on Sunday, June 5th! Catch us on the Sweet Oaks Wine Stage at 3:30! Music is included with admission! Ticket Tip: Purchase all of your tickets, parking etc, in advance. CLICK HERE for tickets! 

Puttin' On The Ritz!  

Friday, July 22nd we will be performing live at The Ritz Theater in Escondido, CA! We will be bringing you all of your Linda Ronstadt favorites PLUS a fantastic opening set of hits from the Everly Brothers by local favorite, The Clay Colton Band! CLICK HERE and get tickets early for the best seating!

Get your tickets! 🎟 

Tickets are going fast for both nights at The Grand Annex stage on Friday and Saturday, June 3 and 4, so get them while you can! We can’t wait to hear you sing along! CLICK HERE for more info and the ticket link! 

Two Times The Fun!  

The Grand Annex in San Pedro, CA presents Ronstadt Revival on Friday, June 3 AND Saturday, June 4! Grab your tickets today for two awesome nights of all of your Linda Ronstadt favorites! CLICK HERE for tickets, see you there! 


This Saturday, April 23rd! Ronstadt Revival is headed to Tortoise Rock Casino in Twenty Nine Palms! Tag and share with your desert friends and come sing along to all of your Linda Ronstadt favorites! Free to the public! Show starts at 8pm! For More info go to our EVENTS PAGE. See you there! 


We would like to say a huge thank you to our amazing audience at The Coach House this last Friday, your energy was off the charts! We so appreciate all of the love! So much coming up, please check our EVENTS PAGE and come on out and join us at our upcoming shows! We can't wait! And check out this great review while you're here, thank you, John from Whittier! 

Apr 16, 8:09AM John  •  Whittier, CA 

I am an avid fan of most music. I go to concerts as often as possible. I go to hear bands in "Hole in the wall" bars and I have been to most concert venues in Southern California. When I first heard of a Ronstadt Revival Band, I thought, hey that could be fun. I looked for a venue and the Coach House (30+ miles away) was the soonest date, so, I bought my tickets, and waited for Friday, 04/15/22. We walked in, ate a very well-priced and tasty meal. I listened to the Warm-up band and took note that with more practice I would go see them again. 

I rarely take the time to give my opinion on a band. I have been playing Guitar and singing for oh, let's say about 40 years. I know what I like, I know what sounds good, and have often offered advice to some musicians based on what I hear, and we all know music is a very personal experience, we all hear something different. 

When The Ronstadt Revival band came out the first thing I noted waws how they were dressed. The Slide guitar/Steel guitar player looked like he was going to play some classical pieces. The other guitar player seemed to be dressed somewhat casual. The Drummer looked like many others. The keyboard player was cool, just like he should look. Afterall, the keyboardist is usually the wild one in a band. They are there to jam and get to be a major part of the scene without any break. The Female Guitarist/Violinist/Vocals looked pretty 70's but, from a purely male point of view, was very Hot. Then came out the Linda revivalist. A body to die for, and confidence. She exuded confidence and a very happy personality. 

From the very first note, the very first word sung, they were perfect. The advantage of being in my 60's is that I can remember the original version of Linda. There is no song from Ronstadt that I dislike. In fact, I really love all of the music. I was hoping no one would come in and ruin that feeling. This band did not disappoint. The voices and harmonies were on point, pitch perfect, and very true to the music. The leads were almost exact from what I remember, and the back-up voices were 100% authentic to each song. 

The star, reminded me of a very seasoned Linda. She sparkled. Her voice was the exact smooth voice required by some of the softer tunes, and the perfect amount of Rough for the songs that needed it. I am a fan for life. We will never get another chance to see Linda Ronstadt play and sing again. For accuracy and realism, this band reminded me of Beatlemania when I saw them. I felt like I was at a Beatle concert and it was that good. Ronstadt Revival is just like being there. I do not believe anyone else has the talent and voices to pull off the perfect tone and vibe of the original artist. 

They were vibrant, lively. They made me want to sit at every concert and listen to them over and over again. The entire audience seemed to be entranced by their personal view of the music. As a musician I know how hard it is to get up on stage with a number of people and have the perfect night. This band played together as if they have been playing 20 years together. The audience felt it. No one was looking at their phones. FOr me, it was one of my favorite concerts. There are various levels of bands. The garage band next door, the small bar 2 man band, the do a decent venue for $800 for a couple hours band. Most bands peter out at the large venue, play for two hours and do a couple of originals with some cover music to fill. The people who play in those places are usually good, you go, listen, eat, drink, ignore the music and all is good. Ronstadt Revival is the next level band. They are the "Fill the Greek Theater" type of Band. They are the difference between playing in the Hangar at the OC Fair or Playing at the Amphitheater. The bands that play at the Hangar are great, they have major talent, and it is the perfect venue for a few hundred fans. Ronstadt Revival is for the masses. They are the type of band that travels the world, sings at major music festivals, entrances the young musicians to want to be like them, to make music, to relieve the listener of their daily stress and just live for each beat of the song. 

I woke up this morning singing Linda Ronstadt songs I had not even thought of for a few decades. I am now a devoted fan of theirs. I can see clearly certain parts where the slide guitar, or the back-up vocals were perfect and exactly on point (all of the songs) but no one usually can do that to me. So many words, so much opinion from me, I am sorry, but this band has everything a musician hopes for, and everything a concert goes lives for. Thank you.


Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival

37701 Warren Road, Winchester, CA 92596

Balloons? Wine? Linda Ronstadt? Heck, yeah! Come sing along with us as we make our debut at The Temecula Valley Ballon & Wine Festival on Sunday, June 5th! Catch us on the Sweet Oaks Wine Stage at 3:30! Music is included with admission! Ticket Tip: Purchase all of your tickets, parking etc, in advance.