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Available now- an original hand signed and numbered (out of 20) print of Jimi Hendrix, based on an oil painting by Joni, featuring Hendrix with angel wings setting his guitar on fire at The Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 – although Joni says she 'prefers to think of him in Heaven'.

100% of the proceeds of this print go to MusiCares to help provide a safety net of critical assistance for music people in times of need. More information here.

Joni has taken an early prize as the Grammy Awards grind into gear in Las Vegas. This afternoon she was awarded the Grammy for Best Historical Recording for her Archives, Volume 1 box set - collecting the award in person. "I didn't expect this," said Joni, who won alongside co-producer Patrick Milligan (pictured) and mastering engineer Bernie Grundman.

A good time was had by all lucky attendees! Here is the list of performances (thanks to Sam Stone). More details to follow.

House band: Love Or Money
Herbie Hancock: Hejira
Violet Grohl: Help Me
Angelique Kidjo: If
John Legend: River
Yola: Urge for Going
St. Vincent: Court and Spark
Pentatonix: Why Do Fools Fall in Love > Raised on Robbery
Chloe Bailey: Chelsea Morning
Cyndi Lauper: Magdalene Laundries
Billy Porter: Both Sides Now
Beck: Jungle Line
Allison Russell: Free Man in Paris
Graham Nash: A Case of You (pre-recorded video)
Brandi Carlile: Woodstock (with Stephen Stills)
Jon Batiste: Medley- Down To You piano interlude/Last verse > Bad Dreams > Shine
Sara Barielles, Madison Cunningham, Lucius: California
Black Pumas: Dreamland
Lauren Daigle, Brandi & Lucius: Come In From The Cold
Leon Bridges: Amelia
Mickey Guyton & Allison Russell: For Free
Ensemble: Circle Game with Joni
Ensemble: Big Yellow Taxi with Joni

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Big Yellow Taxi is a New England based band, created to explore the music of Joni Mitchell, from her earliest solo recordings to the multiple projects she recorded/performed with many of the world’s top musical artists.

The band features the soaring voice of Teresa Lorenço, along with a band composed of some of New England’s most sought after and talented musicians.

The mission of the band is to present a two set show that immerses the audience in an intimate and emotional journey through many of Joni’s best and most powerful songs: a performance that means to go beyond mere imitation, to explore a musical intensity that will leave audiences entertained, moved and elated, much the same way these beautiful songs have had a joyous and profound impact on our lives.

Joanie Schwartz has been performing in clubs and cafes all over New England for the past 50 years. She plays a variety of styles of music from blues to bluegrass and jazz to contemporary folk. Joanie is best known for her original songs and her guitar work. More information here.

Court and Spark – The Joni Mitchell Songbook, brings together five of the North West’s most experienced musicians to celebrate the kaleidoscopic musical world of Joni Mitchell. The band is led by the many voices of Jade Thunder– equally at home in the simple folk music melodies of the late sixties and the cool jazz sounds of Joni’s later albums. Toni Hughes is on keyboards, with Martin Byrne on bass and David Crilly on guitars. Daz Jones drives the band on drums and percussion.

The Court and Spark show will take you on a musical journey that will probably mirror your own journey through life, from Ladies of the Canyon, Clouds, For the Roses, Blue and Court and Spark, to the cool, evocative sounds of Hissing of Summer Lawns, Hejira, Mingus and Turbulent Indigo. More information here.

Renée Fleming, Lalah Hathaway, Aoife O’Donovan, and Moses Sumney gather for a heartfelt tribute to folk music legend Joni Mitchell. This special evening will be led by Vince Mendoza—who won Grammys for his arrangement of “Both Sides Now,” from Mitchell’s album of the same name, and “Woodstock” from Travelogue. More information here.

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