The pop/rock icon – and now Rock and Roll Hall of Famer – returns with 'Duets,' which spurs her best chart rank since 1990
New Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Linda Ronstadt roars back onto the Billboard 200, as her new compilation "Duets" debuts at No. 32. The bow instantly grants Ronstadt her highest-charting album since 1990.
The multi-genre performer last charted higher with "Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind" (featuring Aaron Neville), which peaked at No. 7 on March 17, 1990. That set spawned three hit singles with Neville on the Billboard Hot 100, including the smash No. 2 ballad "Don't Know Much." It also produced the No. 11 hit "All My Life" and her so-far final Hot 100 entry, "When Something Is Wrong With My Baby," which topped out at No. 78. ("Much" and "Life" each topped Adult Contemporary, while "Baby" rose to No. 5.)