Linda Ronstadt says she suffers from Parkinson’s disease, which has robbed her ability to sing.   The 67-year-old music legend tells AARP Magazine, in an article posted online Friday, that she was diagnosed eight months ago and “can’t sing a note.”  Ronstadt says she began to show symptoms as long as eight years ago, but attributed her inability to sing then to a tick disease. When her hands began to tremble, Ronstadt said she thought the shaking was the result of a shoulder operation.   She said she was “completely shocked” when she finally saw a neurologist and was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. “I wouldn’t have suspected that in a million, billion years.  “No one can sing with Parkinson’s disease,” Ronstadt told AARP music writer Alanna Nash. “No matter how hard you try.”    Ronstadt now uses poles to walk on uneven ground and a wheelchair when traveling, the AARP story said.   Bear Radio plays her hits “Love Is A Rose”,  “Silver Threads and Golden Needles” and “Tracks Of My Tears”    read more