A Letter From The Publisher, Feb. 28, 1977

The superstars of rock music inhabit a looking-glass world made up of equal parts of glamour and innocence—plus roistering, perpetual motion. For this week's cover story, Los Angeles Correspondent Jean Vallely plunged through the looking glass to spend eight nonstop days with Superstar Linda Ronstadt. She trailed the singer from Washington, D.C., to New York City, where she shared her hotel suite, and then back to the West Coast to visit the star on home ground in her Malibu beach house. "Rock stars don't know what the sun looks like," says Vallely, who would stay up with Linda until dawn, going...

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