What's new? Apparently too much to get Linda Ronstadt on the radio.

The singer says her stylistic hopscotch in the 1980s and 1990s means her latest album - the folksy "Feels Like Home" - probably won't get much airplay. She wouldn't even commit to tour for more than three weeks."If I was positive it would get played, that's one thing. But radio stations are controlled by investment groups of dentists or something. It isn't even in the hands of music programmers anymore," she said.

Ronstadt had no trouble getting airplay in the 1970s when she was part of the California rock sound that included the Eagles and Jackson Browne. Then came torch songs like 1983's "What's New" and the Mexican ranchera tunes of 1987's "Canciones de Mi Padre."