A Chronology of Appearances   v4.0

Compiled by Simon Montgomery, © 2001.

Special thanks to Joel Bernstein for his contributions and assistance.
This work-in-progress lists all currently known appearances, drawn from a variety of sources.

Latest Update: Jul 10, 2014

Unconfirmed information is  highlighted .
Date format is YYYY.MM.DD

Unless otherwise noted, appearances took place in the U.S.
Appearances in Canada are denoted by city and province.

Please send comments, corrections or additions to: JoniChronology@gmail.com



1962

  1962       Waskesiu Lake   Waskesiu,  SK  
According to Joni, "“I started making music …in Saskatchewan
mostly up at northern lakes, up around Lake Waskesiu, …it
was just self-entertainment with the gang then."”

  1962.10.31   The Louis Riel   Saskatoon,  SK  
Joni's first paid performance

  1962.11.05   The Louis Riel   Saskatoon,  SK  
  1962.11.14   The Louis Riel   Saskatoon,  SK  



1963

  1963       The Louis Riel   Saskatoon,  SK  
Joni participated in weekly “Hoot Nights” playing her ukulele.

  1963.08     For Men Only—CKBI-TV   Prince Albert,  SK  
Nineteen-year-old Joni Anderson was booked as a one-time
replacement for a late-night moose-hunting show. During
the program Joni was interviewed and performed several
songs accompanying herself on baritone ukulele.

  1963.09     The Yardbird Suite   Edmonton,  AB  

  1963.09.13   The Depression!   Calgary,  AB  
According to Joni, she performed at The Depression!
over a period of three and a half months, including
the September 13th opening night. Three sets nightly.

  1963.11     [Ski Lodges]   AB  
According to Joni, she performed on several occasions
at ski lodges in the mountains of Alberta.



1964

  1964       The Louis Riel   Saskatoon,  SK  
  1964       The Fourth Dimension   Regina,  SK  
  1964       The Depression!   Calgary,  AB  
  1964       The Yardbird Suite   Edmonton,  AB  

  1964       Hootenannies—Allied Art Centre   Calgary,  AB  
Sponsored by CFAC Radio 1

  1964.02.14   Hootenanny—Univ. Of Alberta-Calgary   Calgary,  AB  
Videotaped by CFCN-TV for later broadcast

  1964.04     Folk & Blues Club   Calgary,  AB  

  1964       The Press Club, Private Banquets   Calgary,  AB  
The Press Club was a local hotel in Calgary.

  1964.04.16   Hootenanny Sing Out—Jubilee Auditorium   Calgary,  AB  
Sponsored by the Calgary Optimist's Club

  1964       School Concert, College of Art and Design   Calgary,  AB  

  1964.05.01   Folk & Blues Club   Calgary,  AB  
  1964.05.02   Folk & Blues Club   Calgary,  AB  

  1964.06     Royal Canadian Legion Hall   Saskatoon,  SK  
Joni performed a short set at an NDP Political Rally.

  1964.07.09   Calgary Stampede-West's Greatest Hootennany   Calgary,  AB  
Two shows, 2:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.

  1964.10     The Village Corner   Toronto,  ON  

  1964.10     The Place   Toronto,  ON  
Joni accompanied herself on guitar and tiple.

  1964.10     Back Door Club—YMCA   Toronto,  ON  
According to Joni, “I worked for a while in Toronto
in small clubs, mostly church clubs and ‘Y’ clubs.”

  1964.10     The Purple Onion   Toronto,  ON  

  1964.10.12   The Half Beat   Toronto,  ON  
Joni began a two week engaement

  1964.10.21   The Half Beat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets

  1964.10.26   The Half Beat   Toronto,  ON  
Joni began a three week engagement

  1964.11     The Purple Onion   Toronto,  ON  


1965

  1965       The Bohemian Embassy   Toronto,  ON  
  1965       The Underground   Toronto,  ON  

  1965.03     The Pink Panther   Stratford,  ON  

  1965.03.12   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  
Joni met her future husband, Chuck Mitchell,
while performing downstairs at the Penny Farthing.

  1965.03.19   The New Gate of Cleve   Toronto,  ON  

  1965.04.13   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  
  1965.04.14   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  
  1965.04.15   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  
  1965.04.16   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  
  1965.04.17   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  

  1965.04.19   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  
  1965.04.20   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  
  1965.04.21   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  
  1965.04.22   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  
  1965.04.23   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  

  1965.04.25   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  
  1965.04.26   The Penny Farthing   Toronto,  ON  

  1965.04     The Folk Cellar   Port Huron,  MI  
  1965.04     The Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House   Flint,  MI  

  1965.06.19   The Mitchell Family Home   Rochester,  MI  
Yes, Joni actually performed at her wedding to Chuck Mitchell!

  1965.06.22   The Folk Cellar   Port Huron,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1965.07.20   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
Two sets nightly

  1965.08.02   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Joni attended a Monday night Hootenanny run by
the Toronto Folk Guild and performed two songs.

  1965.08.06   Mariposa Folk Festival—Innis Lake Campground   Caledon East,  ON  
Joni was a late addition, performing at two concerts as well as
an afternoon workshop. These were her first major appearances
before a large audience. The festival dates were Aug. 6-8.

  1965.08     The Red Door   Detroit MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1965.08     The Rathskeller   Detroit MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1965.08.27   The Bucktooth Clam   Traverse City,  MI  
  1965.08.28   The Bucktooth Clam   Traverse City,  MI  
  1965.08.29   The Bucktooth Clam   Traverse City,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell, a three-night engagement

  1965.09     The Jongleur   Jacksonville,  FL  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell (Tuesday-Saturday)

  1965.10.04   Let’s Sing Out #77—Univ. of Manitoba, CJAY-TV, CTV   Winnipeg,  MB  
The program, hosted by Oscar Brand, also featured Dave Van
Ronk and the Chapins (including Harry). Broadcast on Oct. 14.

  1965.10.04   Let’s Sing Out #78—Univ. of Manitoba, CJAY-TV, CTV   Winnipeg,  MB  
The program, hosted by Oscar Brand, also featured The Chapins
(including Harry) and Patrick Sky. Broadcast on Oct. 21.

  1965.10     The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell played a week-long engagement
(Monday-Sunday). Joni met Neil Young for the first time.

  1965.10     The Fourth Dimension   Regina,  SK  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell played a week-long engagement
Monday-Sunday).

  1965.10     The Jongleur   Jacksonville,  FL  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell (Tuesday-Saturday)

  1965.10     The Flick   Coral Gables,  FL  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1965.11.04   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
  1965.11.05   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
  1965.11.06   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
  1965.11.07   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell. Two sets nightly

  1965.12.31   The Fourth Dimension   Regina,  SK  


1966

  1966       This Hour Has Seven Days—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  

  1966       The Poison Apple   Detroit,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1966       The Cellar   Port Huron,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1966.02.04   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
  1966.02.05   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
Two sets nightly

  1966.02.15   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
  1966.02.16   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
  1966.02.17   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
  1966.02.18   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
  1966.02.19   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
  1966.02.20   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell, two sets nightly

  1966.02.22   The Living End   Detroit,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1966.04.23   The Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House   Flint,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1966.04.24   The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  
Joni played a guest set during a David Blue engagement.

  1966.05     The Bucktooth Clam   Traverse City,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell, a two-night engagement

  1966.05     The Flick   Coral Gables,  FL  
Estrella Berosini opened for Chuck and Joni Mitchell.
("Estrella circus girl" of "Ladies Of The Canyon")

  1966.05     The Jongleur   Jacksonville,  FL  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1966.05     The Gaslight Café   New York,  NY  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell played at a Gaslight Hootenanny.

  1966.05.07   Stoneham Town Hall   Stoneham,  MA  
Joni opened for Tom Rush. (unconfirmed)

  1966.05.13   The Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House   Flint,  MI  
  1966.05.14   The Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House   Flint,  MI  

  1966.05.20   The Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House   Flint,  MI  
  1966.05.21   The Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House   Flint,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Itchell

  1966.06     The Gaslight Café   New York,  NY  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell made their first NYC appearance,
during this two-week engagement. According to Joni,
"Joan Baez came down to the Gaslight and said that she
liked my songs and everything ... and she thought I sounded
like Buffy Sainte-Marie!" Dave Fisher and Gil Robbins,
of The Highwaymen, also appeared.

  1966.06     Town Hall   Boston,  MA  
Joni opened for Tom Rush. (unconfirmed)

  1966.06.28   The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  
  1966.06.29   The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  
  1966.06.30   The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  

  1966.07.01   The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  
  1966.07.02   The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  
  1966.07.03   The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  

  1966.07.05   The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  
  1966.07.06   The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  
  1966.07.07   The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  
  1966.07.08   The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  
  1966.07.09   The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  
  1966.07.10   The Fourth Dimension   Winnipeg,  MB  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell played a two-week engagement
(Tuesday-Sunday).

  1966.07.12   The Fourth Dimension   Regina,  SK  
  1966.07.13   The Fourth Dimension   Regina,  SK  
  1966.07.14   The Fourth Dimension   Regina,  SK  
  1966.07.15   The Fourth Dimension   Regina,  SK  
  1966.07.16   The Fourth Dimension   Regina,  SK  
  1966.07.17   The Fourth Dimension   Regina,  SK  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell played a two-week engagement
Tuesday-Sunday).

  1966.08.05   Mariposa Folk Festival—Innis Lake Campground   Caledon East,  ON  
Friday evening concert

  1966.08.07   Mariposa Folk Festival—Innis Lake Campground   Caledon East,  ON  
Afternoon workshop

  1966.08.07   Mariposa Folk Festival—Innis Lake Campground   Caledon East,  ON  
Sunday afternoon concert

  1966.08.12   Someplace Else   Port Huron,  MI  
  1966.08.13   Someplace Else   Port Huron,  MI  

  1966.08.17   Mon Pays, Mes Chansons—CBC TV   Calgary,  AB  
(ie: My Country, My Songs)
Joni recorded several songs for use on the TV Series
Mon Pays, Mes Chansons, w/ David Rea on 2nd guitar.

Chansons was a series of 13 musical programs highlighting
Canadian folk songs old and new, filmed in color against
some of Canada's most attractive scenery coast to coast.
The series was originally telecast on SRC in the fall/winter
of 1966/67 and on the English language CBC network during
the 1966-67 season as a musical salute to the Canadian
Centennial of Confederation
. Each program originated from
a different place, and featured musical numbers appropriate
to the scenic location in which they were set. The two programs
featuring Joni were broadcast on Nov. 10, 1966 & Feb. 9, 1967.

  1966.09.14   The 7 of Clubs   Toronto,  ON  
  1966.09.15   The 7 of Clubs   Toronto,  ON  
  1966.09.16   The 7 of Clubs   Toronto,  ON  
  1966.09.17   The 7 of Clubs   Toronto,  ON  

  1966.09.24   After Four—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  
Gordon Lightfoot also appeared

  1966.10.24   Let’s Sing Out #110—Laurentian University, CBC TV   London,  ON  
The program, hosted by Oscar Brand, also featured
Jimmy Driftwood and Bob Jason. Broadcast on Nov. 3.

  1966.10.24   Let’s Sing Out #112—Laurentian University, CBC TV   Sudbury,  ON  
The program, hosted by Oscar Brand, also featured
Bob Jason and the Allen Ward Trio. Broadcast on Nov. 10.

  1966.11.08   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1966.11.09   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1966.11.10   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Joni's first engagement at the Riverboat. Two sets nightly.

  1966.11.10   Mon Pays, Mes Chansons - Au Pied Des Rocheuses   Calgary,  AB  
(ie: My Country, My Songs - At The Foot Of The Rockies)
This program featured performances by Joni Mitchell
and Jean-Pierre Ferland.

  1966.11.11   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1966.11.12   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Three sets nightly on Friday and Saturday.

  1966.11.13   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets.

  1966.11.14   The Wisdom Tooth   Detroit,  MI  
  1966.11.15   The Wisdom Tooth   Detroit,  MI  

  1966.11.16   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1966.11.17   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell began an engagement
at the 2nd Fret coffeehouse. Two sets

  1966.11.18   Broadside Program—WRTI-FM   Philadelphia,  PA  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell were interviewed backstage
at the 2nd Fret by Barry Berg.

  1966.11.18   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1966.11.19   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell.
Three sets nightly on Friday and Saturday

  1966.11.19   The Murray Burnett Show—WPEN-AM/FM   Philadelphia,  PA  
A music and interview program with Chuck and Joni.

  1966.11.20   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell. Two sets

  1966.11.20   Folklore Program—WHAT-FM   Philadelphia,  PA  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell appeared on this weekly folk music
radio show. They were interviewed by host Gene Shay and
played several songs.

  1966.11.21   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell. Two sets

  1966.12     The Sippin' Lizzard   Flint,  MI  
Possibly Jan. 1967

  1966.12     The Ginger Blue Coffee House   Saginaw,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1966.12     Café Au Go Go   New York,  NY  
Late 1966 or early 1967

  1966.12.08   Focus—WJR   Detroit,  MI  
A Music & Interview program featuring Chuck and Joni Mitchell.
Broadcast on December 23.

  1966.12.09   The Folk Cellar   Port Huron,  MI  
  1966.12.10   The Folk Cellar   Port Huron,  MI  

  1966.12.16   Club 47   Cambridge,  MA  
  1966.12.17   Club 47   Cambridge,  MA  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell



1967

  1967       The Ginger Blue Coffee House   Saginaw,  MI  
  1967       The New Penelope Coffee House   Montreal,  QC  
  1967       The Yellow Door Coffeehouse   Montreal,  QC  
Joni participated in a poetry reading.

  1967.01     The Sippin' Lizzard   Flint,  MI  

  1967.01.03   The Other Side   Fayetteville,  NC  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1967.01.11   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.01.12   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Two sets

  1967.01.13   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Three sets on Saturday night

  1967.01.17   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.01.18   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.01.19   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Two sets nightly

  1967.01.20   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Three sets on Saturday night

  1967.02     Take 30—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  
Hosted by Adrienne Clarkson and Paul Soles,
the program was broadcast on May 1, 1967.

  1967.02.09   Mon Pays, Mes Chansons - À Travers Le Canada   Calgary,  AB  
(ie: My Country, My Songs - Across Canada)
This program featured Joni Mitchell, Catherine McKinnon,
Christine Charbonneau, Gordon Lightfoot, Pauline Julien,
Claude Léveillée, Bonnie Dobson, Jean-Pierre Ferland,
and The Travellers.

  1967.02.14   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.02.15   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.02.16   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets nightly.

  1967.02.17   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.02.18   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Three sets on Friday and Saturday.

  1967.02.19   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets nightly

  1967.02.21   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.02.22   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.02.23   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets nightly.

  1967.02.24   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.02.25   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Three sets on Friday and Saturday.

  1967.02.26   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets nightly

  1967.03.08   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.03.09   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Two sets nightly

  1967.03.10   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.03.11   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Three sets on Friday and Saturday

  1967.03.12   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Two sets

  1967.03.12   Folklore Program—WHAT-FM   Philadelphia,  PA  
Joni was interviewed by host Gene Shay
and performed several songs.

  1967.03.13   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.03.15   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.03.16   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Two sets nightly

  1967.03.17   Interview   Philadelphia,  PA  
Ed Sciaky interviewed Joni backstage at the 2nd Fret.

  1967.03.17   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.03.18   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Three sets nightly on Friday and Saturday

  1967.03.19   Folklore Program—WHAT-FM   Philadelphia,  PA  
Joni was interviewed by host Gene Shay and performed
several songs. The other guest was Gordon Lightfoot.

  1967.03.20   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Two sets

  1967.03.21   The Living End   Detroit,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1967.03.27   The Living End   Detroit,  MI  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1967.03.31   The Folk Cellar   Port Huron,  MI  
  1967.04.01   The Folk Cellar   Port Huron,  MI  

  1967.04.28   Club 47   Cambridge,  MA  
  1967.04.29   Club 47   Cambridge,  MA  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell

  1967.05     The Other Side   Fayetteville,  NC  
  1967.05     The Other Side   Charleston,  SC  
Chuck and Joni Mitchell's last appearances together

  1967.05     The Flick   Coral Gables,  FL  

  1967.05.01   Take 30—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  
Hosted by Adrienne Clarkson and Paul Soles.
Broadcast date.

  1967.05.24   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.05.25   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Two sets nightly

  1967.05.26   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.05.27   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Three sets on Friday and Saturday

  1967.05.28   Folklore Program—WHAT-FM   Philadelphia,  PA  
Joni was interviewed by host Gene Shay
and performed several songs.

  1967.05.28   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.05.29   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.05.31   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Two sets nightly

  1967.06.01   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Two sets

  1967.06.02   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.06.03   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Three sets on Friday and Saturday

  1967.06.04   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.06.05   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Two sets nightly

  1967.06.20   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.06.21   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.06.22   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.06.23   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.06.24   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.06.25   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  

  1967.06.28   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.06.29   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.06.30   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  

  1967.07.01   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.07.02   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  

  1967.07.05   'Camp Fortune' Summer Festival   Gatineau Park,  QC  
A live concert broadcast by the CBC.

  1967.07.04   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.07.05   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.07.06   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.07.07   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.07.08   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1967.07.09   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
Joni played a three-week engagement.

  1967       Ottawa Summer Music Festival   Ottawa,  ON  
Portions of two shows were recorded by CBC Radio
for broadcast on their Showcase program.

  1967.07     The Living End   Detroit,  MI  

  1967.07     Expo ’67—Place de Nations   Montreal,  QC  

  1967.07.16   Newport Folk Festival   Newport,  RI  
Joni participated in an afternoon Songwriters Workshop
along with Leonard Cohen, Judy Collins, Janis Ian,
David Blue, Mike Settle, Tom Paxton, and Eric Andersen.

  1967.08.01   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.08.02   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.08.03   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets nightly.

  1967.08.03   Mainly Music—CJOH-TV, CTV   Ottawa,  ON  
Broadcast date.

  1967.08.04   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.08.05   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Three sets nightly on Friday and Saturday.

  1967.08.06   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets.

  1967.08.08   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.08.09   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.08.10   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  

  1967.08.11   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Three sets.

  1967.08.12   Mariposa Folk Festival—Innis Lake Campground   Innis Lake,  ON  
Joni was one of the concert performers along with Buddy Guy,
Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup, Richie Havens and David Rea.

  1967.08.13   Mariposa Folk Festival—Innis Lake Campground   Innis Lake,  ON  
Joni and Leonard Cohen co-hosted a Songwriter's Workshop.
Other participants were Buffy Sainte-Marie, Murray McLaughlan
and Gordon Lowe.

  1967.08.13   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets.

  1967.08.23   The Marquee Club   London,  England  
Joni played her first UK show when
she opened for The Piccadilly Line.

  1967.09     The Speakeasy   London,  England  
Joni opened for the Incredible String Band.

  1967.09.14   Digbeth Civic Hall   Birmingham,  England  
An appearance sponsored by The Jug O'Punch Folk Club

  1967.09.16   The White Swan   Leicester,  England  
An appearance sponsored by The Couriers Folk Club

  1967.09.27   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
  1967.09.28   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
  1967.09.29   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
Estrella Berosini opened for Joni the night she first met
  1967.09.30   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
  1967.10.04   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.10.01   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
Three shows nightly.

  1967.10     The Chess Mate   Detroit,  MI  

  1967.10.05   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Two sets nightly.

  1967.10.06   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.10.07   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Three sets on Friday and Saturday.

  1967.10.11   Folk Song ’67—WKCR-FM   New York,  NY  
A recorded program that featured Joni and Cynthia Gooding

  1967.10.11   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.10.12   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Two sets nightly

  1967.10.13   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.10.14   The 2nd Fret   Philadelphia,  PA  
Three sets on Friday and Saturday

  1967.10.23   The Folklore Center   New York,  NY  

  1967.10.26   Café Au Go Go   New York,  NY  
Joni opened for Ian & Sylvia on a bill that also included Howard
Hessman. At the suggestion of Buffy St. Marie, Elliot Roberts
attended this show to hear and meet Joni. After Elliot expressed
an interest in managing her career, Joni invited him to accompany
her to Ann Arbor for her next appearance. Two songs from Joni's
performance were included in the 1991 video/laserdisc release
Village Voices.

  1967.10.27   Canterbury House   Ann Arbor,  MI  
  1967.10.28   Canterbury House   Ann Arbor,  MI  
Three sets nightly

  1967.10.31   The Living End   Detroit,  MI  
  1967.11.01   The Living End   Detroit,  MI  
  1967.11.02   The Living End   Detroit,  MI  
  1967.11.03   The Living End   Detroit,  MI  
  1967.11.04   The Living End   Detroit,  MI  
  1967.11.05   The Living End   Detroit,  MI  

  1967.11.03   Broadsides—WKCR-FM   New York,  NY  
  1967.11.12   Whiting Auditorium   Flint,  MI  

  1967.11.17   The Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House   Flint,  MI  
  1967.11.18   The Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House   Flint,  MI  
  1967.11.19   The Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House   Flint,  MI  

  1967.12.03   The Way It Is—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.12.20   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
  1967.12.21   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
  1967.12.22   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
Two shows nightly.

  1967.12.23   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
  1967.12.24   The Way It Is—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.12.24   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
Three shows nightly.

  1967.12.27   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
  1967.12.28   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
  1967.12.29   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
Two shows nightly.

  1967.12.30   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
  1967.12.31   The Way It Is—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  
  1967.12.31   The Gaslight Café   Coconut Grove,  FL  
Three shows nightly.



1968

  1968       The Pornographic Onion   Toronto,  ON  
  1968       ZARN-FM Studios   Vancouver,  BC  
  1968       The New Penelope Coffee House   Montreal,  QC  

  1968       Gerdes Folk City   New York,  NY  
The date and venue of this recording are questionable.

  1968       Metronome - CBC Radio   Montreal,  QC  
Joni was interviewed by Murray Golan during her recent
engagement at The New Penelope Coffee House.
Broadcast on April 27, 1968.

  1968       Santa Monica Civic Auditorium   Santa Monica,  CA  
Joni made a surprise appearance at a Judy Collins concert.

  1968.01     The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  

  1968.01.08   Club 47   Cambridge,  MA  
  1968.01.09   Club 47   Cambridge,  MA  
  1968.01.10   Club 47   Cambridge,  MA  

  1968.01.21   The Way It Is—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  

  1968.02     UnKnown Venue   ?,  ?  
The specific date, and venue of this recording are UnKnown!,
although it has been INCORRECTLY ID'd as Germany.

  1968.03.06   Club 47   Cambridge,  MA  
  1968.03.07   Club 47   Cambridge,  MA  

  1968.03.08   Canterbury House   Ann Arbor,  MI  
  1968.03.09   Canterbury House   Ann Arbor,  MI  
  1968.03.10   Canterbury House   Ann Arbor,  MI  
Three sets nightly.

  1968.03.12   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1968.03.13   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1968.03.14   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1968.03.15   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
Joni opened at Le Hibou shortly after the recording sessions
for theSong To A Seagull album were completed. During this
engagement Joni was introduced to Graham Nash who was
on tour with the Hollies and had already heard about Joni from
his friend David Crosby.

  1968.03.17   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  

  1968.03.19   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
Jimi Hendrix attended the late show after playing a concert
at the Capitol Theatre and, with Joni's permission, recorded
her performance. (Unfortunately, both Jimi's recorder and the
tapes were stolen several days later.)

  1968.03.20   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1968.03.21   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1968.03.22   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1968.03.23   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  
  1968.03.24   Le Hibou Coffee House   Ottawa,  ON  

  1968.04.04   Swarthmore College   Swarthmore,  PA  
John Fahey opened for Joni at a concert which began hours
after the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The concert was Broadcast on WXPN-FM.

  1968.04.07   The New Generation Club   New York,  NY  
Joni played a show that also featured BB King, Janis Joplin,
the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Richie Havens, Buddy Guy
and Jimi Hendrix jamming with guitarist Roy Buchanan.

  1968.04     Wake A Generation - Film   New York,  NY  
Recorded at 'The New Generation Club' during a memorial
for the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

  1968.04.16   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1968.04.17   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1968.04.18   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets nightly

  1968.04.19   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1968.04.20   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Three sets nightly on Friday and Saturday

  1968.04.21   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1968.04.23   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1968.04.24   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1968.04.25   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets nightly.

  1968.04.26   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1968.04.27   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Three sets nightly on Friday and Saturday

  1968.04.28   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets

  1968.04.30   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1968.05.01   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1968.05.02   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets nightly.

  1968.05.03   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
  1968.05.04   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Three sets nightly on Friday and Saturday

  1968.05.05   The Riverboat   Toronto,  ON  
Two sets.

  1968.05     Show of the Week—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  

  1968.05.19   Through The Eyes Of Tomorrow—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was featured along with singer-composers Mark Stone,
Bruce Mackay, and the Edmonton group, The Loving Sound
  1968.06     Open Session—KRLA   Pasadena,  CA  
A music and interview program

  1968.06.04   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1968.06.05   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1968.06.06   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1968.06.07   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1968.06.08   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1968.06.09   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
Hedge & Donna opened for Joni at her first series of shows
in the Los Angeles area. Two sets nightly.

  1968.06.11   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1968.06.12   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1968.06.13   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1968.06.14   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1968.06.15   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1968.06.16   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
Dave Van Ronk opened for Joni. Two sets nightly

  1968.06.19   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.06.20   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.06.21   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.06.22   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.06.23   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.06.23   The Way It Is—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  

  1968.06.24   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
Jerry Jeff Walker opened for Joni. Two sets nightly

  1968.06.26   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.06.27   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.06.28   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.06.29   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
Bunky & Jake opened for Joni. Two sets nightly
Comedian David Steinberg also appeared.

  1968.06.30   Capitol Theatre   Ottawa,  ON  

  1968.07.01   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.07.03   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.07.04   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.07.05   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.07.06   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.07.07   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.07.08   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
Bunky & Jake opened for Joni. Two sets nightly

  1968.07.15   The Cellar Door   Washington,  DC  
  1968.07.16   The Cellar Door   Washington,  DC  
  1968.07.17   The Cellar Door   Washington,  DC  
  1968.07.18   The Cellar Door   Washington,  DC  
  1968.07.19   The Cellar Door   Washington,  DC  
  1968.07.20   The Cellar Door   Washington,  DC  

  1968.07.27   Newport Folk Festival   Newport,  RI  

  1968.08     The New Penelope Coffee House   Montreal,  QC  

  1968.08.09   Mariposa Folk Festival—Centre Island   Toronto,  ON  
Jean Carignan, Bukka White, Henry Crowdog
Oscar Brand and Mike Cooney also performed.
View festival program here.

  1968.08.11   Mariposa Folk Festival—Centre Island   Toronto,  ON  
Joni participated in an afternoon 'New Songwriters Concert' and
was co-host along with Murray McLaughlan. Bruce Cockburn
also performed.
View festival program here.

  1968.08.14   Schaefer Music Festival—Wollman Skating Rink Theater   New York,  NY  
Arlo Guthrie opened for Joni. Two Shows.

  1968.08.15   The Today Show—NBC TV   New York,  NY  

  1968.08.23   Philadelphia Folk Festival—Old Pool Farm   Upper Salford,  PA  

  1968.09.07   Big Sur Folk Festival—Esalen Institute   Big Sur,  CA  
Performers included Joni, Judy Collins, Stephen Stills, Joan Baez,
"Mama" Cass Elliott and Mimi Fariña (who was married that day).

  1968.09.12   The Joey Bishop Show—ABC TV   New York,  NY  

  1968.09.18   The Revolution Club   London,  England  

  1968.09     The Monday Show—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Hosted by David Jacobs

  1968.09     Unknown Location   London,  England  
Reprise Records hosted a reception to celebrate the UK release
of Joni's first album Song To A Seagull.

  1968.09.23   Top Gear—BBC Radio 1, 201 Piccadilly - Studio 1   London,  England  
Joni was accompanied by the John Cameron Group.
Broadcast on Sept. 29

  1968.09.28   Festival Of Contemporary Song—Royal Festival Hall   London,  England  
Joni appeared along with headliners Fairport Convention.
Jackson C. Frank and Al Stewart also performed.

Concert program.

  1968.10.04   Bovard Auditorium, USC   Los Angeles,  CA  

  1968.10.09   The Stone Balloon   New Haven,  CT  
  1968.10.10   The Stone Balloon   New Haven,  CT  
Two shows nightly.

  1968.10.11   The Stone Balloon   New Haven,  CT  
  1968.10.12   The Stone Balloon   New Haven,  CT  
Two shows nightly.

  1968.10.19   SUNY (State Univ. of NY)   Stony Brook,  NY  
Tim Hardin opened for Joni. Two Shows.

  1968.10.23   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.10.24   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.10.25   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.10.26   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.10.27   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
  1968.10.28   The Bitter End   New York,  NY  
Tom Flanders and Neil Young opened for Joni.
Two sets nightly.

  1968.10.31   The Main Point   Philadelphia,  PA  
Chris Smither opened for Joni. Two sets

  1968.11.01   The Main Point   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1968.11.02   The Main Point   Philadelphia,  PA  
Chris Smither opened for Joni.
Three sets on Friday and Saturday

  1968.11.03   The Main Point   Philadelphia,  PA  
Chris Smither opened for Joni. Two sets

  1968.11.03   Folklore Program—WDAS-FM   Philadelphia,  PA  
Joni was interviewed by host Gene Shay, and performed
several songs. The other guests were Chris Smither and
Dave Van Ronk.

  1968.11.04   Our Kind Of Crowd—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  
A TV Special that featured the Canadian group
"3's A Crowd", Joni Mitchell, and Richard Pryor.

  1968.11.07   BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Joni was accompanied by the John Cameron Group.
The program was recorded during her Sept. visit to England.

  1968.11.08   Hunter College Auditorium   New York,  NY  
Joni opened for Blood, Sweat & Tears.

  1968.11     Unknown Venue   Hartford,  CT  
  1968.11     The Northfield School for Girls   Northfield,  MA  
  1968.11     University of Massachusetts   Amherst,  MA  
  1968.11     Cahn Auditorium, Northwestern University   Evanston,  IL  

  1968.11     University of Windsor   Windsor,  ON  
  1968.11.10   Alumni Hall, Univ. Of Western Ontario   London,  ON  
  1968.11     Unknown Venue   Halifax,  NS  

  1968.11.18   Mandel Hall - University of Chicago   Chicago,  IL  

  1968.11.23   Brooklyn College   Brooklyn,  NY  
Tim Hardin opened for Joni.

  1968.11.25   The Cellar Door   Washington,  DC  
  1968.11.26   The Cellar Door   Washington,  DC  
  1968.11.27   The Cellar Door   Washington,  DC  
  1968.11.28   The Cellar Door   Washington,  DC  
  1968.11.29   The Cellar Door   Washington,  DC  
  1968.11.30   The Cellar Door   Washington,  DC  
David Rea opened for Joni.

  1968.12.29   Miami Pop Festival—Gulfstream Park   Hallandale,  FL  
During her encore Joni was accompanied by
Graham Nash & Richie Havens.


1969

  1969       Massey Hall   Toronto,  ON  

  1969.01.11   Cahn Auditorium, Northwestern University   Evanston,  IL  

  1969.01.18   The Mama Cass Television Program—ABC TV   Los Angeles,  CA  
Broadcast on April 8 and June 26, 1969.

  1969.01.21   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1969.01.22   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1969.01.23   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1969.01.24   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1969.01.25   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1969.01.26   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
Dave Van Ronk opened for Joni. Two sets nightly

  1969.02.01   Carnegie Hall   New York,  NY  
  1969.02.14   Zellerbach Auditorium   Berkeley,  CA  

  1969.03     Top Of The Clock—CTV   Saskatoon,  SK  

  1969.03.13   Simpson-Sears Department Store   Saskatoon,  SK  
Joni signed autographs at the store where she once worked.

  1969.03.14   Centennial Auditorium   Saskatoon,  SK  

  1969.03.28   Unicorn Coffee House   Boston,  MA  
  1969.03.29   Unicorn Coffee House   Boston,  MA  
James Taylor opened for Joni.

  1969.03.30   Queens College   Flushing,  NY  

  1969.04.08   The Mama Cass Television Program—ABC TV   Los Angeles,  CA  
Broadcast date.

  1969.04.11   Sargent Gymnasium, Boston Univ.   Boston,  MA  
Jaime Brockett and Livingston Taylor opened for Joni.

  1969.04.12   Cahn Auditorium, Northwestern University   Evanston,  IL  

  1969.04.18   Kresge Auditorium, M.I.T.   Cambridge,  MA  

  1969.04.20   Academy of Music   Philadelphia,  PA  
Jerry Jeff Walker opened for Joni.

  1969.04.25   Fillmore East   New York,  NY  
  1969.04.26   Fillmore East   New York,  NY  
Taj Mahal and the James Cotton Blues Band opened for Joni.
Two shows nightly

  1969.04.27   McConaughy Hall, Wesleyan Univ.   Middletown,  CT  

  1969.04.30   Johnny Cash's Home   Hendersonville,  TN  
Joni, Graham Nash and Bob Dylan joined Johnny Cash
at his home for dinner. According to Joni "We all of us,
Willy, Dylan, Cash and myself sat there for hours just
singing and playing our own - and each others - songs.
It was wonderful," Joni concluded.

  1969.05     Skip Weshner Show—KRHM fm   Los Angeles,  CA  
Music and conversation.

  1969.05.01   The Johnny Cash Show—ABC TV, Ryman Auditorium   Nashville,  TN  
Bob Dylan also appeared in the premier show of the series,
which was broadcast on June 7.

  1969.05.04   The Way It Is—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  

  1969.05.20   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1969.05.21   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1969.05.22   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1969.05.23   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1969.05.24   The Troubadour    W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1969.05.25   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
David Ackles opened for Joni. Two sets nightly

  1969.06.07   The Johnny Cash Show—ABC TV, Ryman Auditorium   Nashville,  TN  
Broadcast date.

  1969.06.26   The Mama Cass Television Program—ABC TV   Los Angeles,  CA  
Broadcast date.

  1969.06.29   Salle Wilfred-Pelletier   Montreal,  QC  
  1969.06.30   Capitol Theatre   Ottawa,  ON  

  1969.07.07   Mississippi River Festival—Southern Illinois Univ.   Edwardsville,  IL  
Joni and Arlo Guthrie were the featured performers in a
concert filmed by NET TV. The Aug. 3 broadcast was titled
The Sounds Of Summer–Mississippi River Festival.

  1969.07.10   Avon Theatre   Stratford,  ON  

  1969.07.13   The Uncola Music Festival—Memorial Stadium   Mount Vernon,  NY  
Tim Hardin opened for Joni.

  1969.07.19   The Johnny Cash Show—ABC TV, Ryman Auditorium   Nashville,  TN  
Broadcast date

  1969.07.19   Newport Folk Festival—Festival Field   Newport,  RI  
Joni participated in an afternoon Songwriters Workshop
along with James Taylor, Paul Geremia and others.
Joni recalls that she first met James at this workshop.

  1969.07.19   Newport Folk Festival—Festival Field   Newport,  RI  
Evening concert

  1969.07.20   South Shore Music Circus   Cohasset,  MA  

  1969.07.22   The Music Shed at Tanglewood   Lenox,  MA  
Tim Hardin and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band also performed.

  1969.07.24   Schaefer Music Festival—Wollman Skating Rink Theater   New York,  NY  
Tim Hardin opened for Joni.

  1969.07.25   Mariposa Folk Festival—Centre Island   Toronto,  ON  
July 25-27. Joni and Joan Baez were the featured performers
during the ninth Mariposa Folk Festival. Portions were filmed
by the CBC and broadcast on Sept. 28 in a program titled
Mariposa: A Folk Festival.

  1969.08.01   Atlantic City Pop Festival—Atlantic City Race Track   Atlantic City,  NJ  

  1969.08.03   The Sounds Of Summer - Mississippi River Festival   Edwardsville,  IL  
Joni and Arlo Guthrie were featured performers in a concert
filmed by NET TV on July 7 at the Mississippi River Festival.

  1969.08.16   Auditorium Theatre   Chicago,  IL  
Joni opened for Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
at their first concert. Two Shows.

  1969.08.18   The Dick Cavett Show—ABC TV, Television Center   New York,  NY  
David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Jefferson Airplane also
appeared. The program was broadcast on Aug. 19.

  1969.08     Vancouver Pop Festival—Paradise Valley Resort   Squamish,  BC  
The festival dates were Aug. 22-24.

  1969.08.22   CalExpo - California Exposition & State Fair   Sacramento,  CA  

  1969.08.25   The Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1969.08.26   The Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1969.08.27   The Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1969.08.28   The Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1969.08.29   The Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1969.08.30   The Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1969.08.31   The Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni opened for Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and
occasionally joined them during their encore.

  1969.09.13   Big Sur Folk Festival—Esalen Institute   Big Sur,  CA  
  1969.09.14   Big Sur Folk Festival—Esalen Institute   Big Sur,  CA  
Joni performed solo and was also accompanied by Crosby,
Stills & Nash and John Sebastian. Portions of her performances
were subsequently featured in the film Celebration at Big Sur.

  1969.09.28   Mariposa: A Folk Festival—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  
Recorded during the ninth Mariposa Folk Festival, July 25-27.
Joni and Joan Baez were the featured performers along with
Michael Cooney, Ian and Sylvia, Doc Watson, Bruce Cockburn,
Doug Kershaw and David Rea.

  1969.10.19   Gala 50th Anniversary Concert—Pauley Pavilion, UCLA   Westwood,  CA  
Joni was the special guest artist with the
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. Joni performed nine songs alone,
and three with the orchestra.

  1969.10.27   Rockefeller Chapel, Univ. Of Chicago   Chicago,  IL  

  1969.11.01   Centennial Auditorium   Saskatoon,  SK  

  1969.11.05   Interview-WMS-WCFM   Williamstown,  MA  

  1969.11.22   California State Univ.   Fullerton,  CA  
John Fahey opened for Joni.

  1969.11.29   College Of Holy Cross   Worcester,  MA  
An afternoon concert

  1969.11.29   Alden Memorial Auditorium,
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  
Worcester,  MA  
An evening concert

  1969.12.05   Symphony Hall   Boston,  MA  

  1969.12.06   Crouse College Auditorium   Syracuse,  NY  
Patrick Sky opened for Joni.
Two shows, 8pm and 10pm.

  1969.12.07   Univ. of Hartford   Hartford,  CT  

  1969.12.10   Memorial Field House, Springfield College   Springfield,  MA  
Turley Richards opened for Joni.

  1969.12.11   Shapiro Athletic Center, Brandeis Univ.   Waltham,  MA  

  1969.12.12   Harrington Auditorium, M.I.T.   Cambridge,  MA  

  1969.12.13   Kleinhans Music Hall   Buffalo,  NY  

  1969.12.14   The Masonic Temple Theater   Detroit,  MI  
Joni was a surprise guest performer at a CSNY concert.



1970

  1970.01     Reprise Records Reception   London,  England  
Joni’s record company held a reception shortly after her
arrival in England for the upcoming Festival Hall concert.
Joni was also interviewed by Caroline Boucher.

  1970.01.17   Royal Festival Hall   London,  England  

  1970.01.29   This Is Tom Jones!—Elstree TV Studios   London,  England  
Broadcast by ABC-TV in the U.S. and ITV in the U.K.

  1970.03.11   12th Annual Grammy Awards—Shrine Auditorium   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni received a Grammy for ‘Best Folk Performance’
for the Clouds album.

  1970.07.26   Mariposa Folk Festival—Centre Island   Toronto,  ON  
Other performers included David Rea and James Taylor

  1970.08.29   Isle of Wight Festival—East Afton Farm   Isle Of Wight,  GodshilleEngland  
Several selections from Joni’s performance were
released on videotape, laserdisc and DVD.

  1970.09     A Spanish Restaurant   Nashville,  TN  
Joni, Dennis Hopper, Michele Phillips, and Micky Newbury
joined Johnny Cash for a late night of food, fun, and music
after the season's first taping of The Johnny Cash Show.

  1970.09.03   BBC Television Centre   London,  England  
Joni was featured on guitar, piano and dulcimer.
This program, the initial show of the BBC In Concert
series, was broadcast on Oct. 9, 1970.

  1970.10.07   The Johnny Cash Show—ABC TV, Ryman Auditorium   Nashville,  TN  
Broadcast date.

  1970.10.09   Joni Mitchell - In Concert   London,  England  
This program was subtitled Joni Mitchell Sings Joni Mitchell.
Joni was featured on guitar, piano and dulcimer in the premier
episode of the BBC In Concert series.

  1970.10.16   Greenpeace Benefit Concert—PNE Coliseum   Vancouver,  BC  
Joni Mitchell, Phil Ochs, and the BC band Chilliwack performed at
a benefit concert for the Don't Make A Wave Committee, which
raised $17,000 for Greenpeace. James Taylor also appeared
as Joni's surprise guest.

  1970.10.18   Gentle On My Mind—KCOP-TV   Los Angeles,  CA  
Described as a ‘rock-folk’ TV Special, this program featured
John Hartford, Pete Seeger and Joni. The full program title
was Hartford, Mitchell & Seeger - Gentle On Your Mind.

  1970.10.29   In Concert—BBC Radio 1, Paris Theatre   London,  England  
James Taylor also appeared, accompanying Joni on several
songs, and performed several of his own. The program was
broadcast on Dec. 27 and 30.

  1970.11.07   Dillon Gymnasium, Princeton Univ.   Princeton,  NJ  
Joni appeared for the encore during a James Taylor concert
and sang “You Can Close Your Eyes” with James.

  1970.11.13   Fillmore East   New York,  NY  
Joni Mitchell sat in with the Mothers of Invention, sang
on several songs, and recited her poem Penelope>/i>.

  1970.11.21   Royal Festival Hall   London,  England  


1971

  1971.01     Queens College   Flushing,  NY  
Joni was the surprise guest at a James Taylor concert.

  1971.03.28   Honolulu International Center   Honolulu,  HI  
Joni was the surprise guest at a James Taylor concert.

  1971.05.17   Joni Mitchell - In Concert—BBC 2 TV Theatre   London,  England  
A re-edited version of the In Concert program
Joni Mitchell Sings Joni Mitchell originally broadcast
on Oct. 9, 1970.

  1971.09.10   Queen Elizabeth Theatre   Vancouver,  BC  
Joni was the surprise guest at a Crosby & Nash concert.


1972

Tour of North America

  1972.02.16   Paramount Theatre   Seattle,  WA  
  1972.02.18   The Masonic Temple Theater   Detroit,  MI  
  1972.02.21   Arie Crown Theater, McCormick Center   Chicago,  IL  
  1972.02.23   Carnegie Hall   New York,  NY  
  1972.02.25   Massey Hall   Toronto,  ON  
  1972.02.28   The Music Hall   Boston,  MA  
  1972.02.29   Constitution Hall   Washington,  DC  

  1972.03.02   Academy of Music   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1972.03.04   McAllister Auditorium, Tulane Univ.   New Orleans,  LA  

  1972.03     Kiel Auditorium   St. Louis,  MO  
Jackson Browne was ill. Tom May opened for Joni.

  1972.03.11   Berkeley Community Theatre   Berkeley,  CA  
David Crosby, Graham Nash, David Blue and
Jackson Browne joined Joni during her encore.

  1972.03.13   Dorothy Chandler Pavilion   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1972.03.15   Queen Elizabeth Hall   Vancouver,  BC  

End of tour

  1972.04.02   El Chingadero—John VanHammersveld's Studio   Venice,  CA  
A one-man show of sculptor Boyd Elder's artwork. Among the
people singing and playing while sitting on the gallery floor were
Joni, Jackson Browne, Ned Doheny and Cass Elliot. Later, Joni
and others danced to live music by the still unsigned Eagles.

  1972.04.28   Cleveland Arena   Cleveland,  OH  
A fundraising benefit concert on behalf of George McGovern'’s
presidential campaign. Joni, James Taylor and Paul Simon
performed.

Tour of Europe and Hawaii

  1972.05.03   Odeon Theatre   Manchester,  England  
  1972.05.05   Royal Festival Hall   London,  England  
  1972.05.09   Jahrhunderthalle   Frankfurt,  Germany  
  1972.05.13   Royal Theatre Carre   Amsterdam,  Netherlands  
  1972.05.15   The Salle Pleyel   Paris,  France  

  1972.05.19   Sounds For Saturday—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Broadcast on June 10th.

  1972.05.27   Interview—Interview   London,  England  
Penny Valentine'’s interview with Joni appeared in
Sounds magazine on June 3 and 10.

  1972.06.18   Waikiki Shell   Honolulu,  HI  

End of tour

  1972.07.15   Mariposa Folk Festival—Centre Island   Toronto,  ON  

  1972.11.10   Gallery Of Photography   Vancouver,  BC  
Joni attended the opening of an exhibit featuring her
photographs as well as those by Graham Nash and
Joel Bernstein. The exhibit was on view from Nov. 10-29.

  1972.11.16   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1972.11.17   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1972.11.18   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
  1972.11.19   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
Steve Ferguson opened for Joni. Two sets nightly


1973

  1973.04.15   Paul Sauvé Arena   Montreal,  QC  
A benefit concert for the 'Save James Bay Fund'.
The concert featured Peter Yarrow, Joni Mitchell,
Gilles Vigneault, Ian & Sylvia, Murray McLauchlan
and other performers.

  1973.08.11   The Corral Club   Topanga,  CA  
  1973.08.12   The Corral Club   Topanga,  CA  
The Eagles were the opening act. Neil Young and the
Santa Monica Flyers performed and also accompanied Joni.
Two sets nightly

  1973.09.18   Sounds For Saturday—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Originally broadcast on June 10, 1972.

  1973.11     The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  

  1973.12     Interview-Studio Instrument Rentals   Hollywood,  CA  
Joni, Tom Scott, Henry Lewy and Elliot Roberts were
interviewed by Malka Marom during tour rehearsals.
Broadcast by CBC AM in Canada on Feb 3, 1974
on their program The Entertainers.Portions of this
interview were also published in Macleans magazine.

  1973.12     Interview-Studio Instrument Rentals   Hollywood,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Marci McDonald for an article
published by The Toronto Star on Feb. 9, 1974.

  1973.12     Tour Rehearsals, Studio Instrument Rentals   Hollywood,  CA  


1974

Tour of North America and England

  1974.01     Tour Rehearsals, Studio Instrument Rentals   Hollywood,  CA  

  1974.01.18   Kiel Auditorium   St. Louis,  MO  
  1974.01.19   Assembly Hall, Univ. of Illinois   Urbana-Champaign,  IL  
  1974.01.20   Athletic and Convocation Center, Notre Dame Univ.   South Bend,  IN  
  1974.01.22   Dane County Coliseum   Madison,  WI  
  1974.01.23   Auditorium Theater   Chicago,  IL  
  1974.01.25   St. Johns Arena, Ohio State Univ.   Columbus,  OH  
  1974.01.26   Hill Auditorium, Univ. of Michigan   Ann Arbor,  MI  
  1974.01.27   The Masonic Temple Theatre   Detroit,  MI  
  1974.01.29   Constitution Hall   Washington,  DC  
  1974.01.30   Academy of Music   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1974.01.31   The Music Hall   Boston,  MA  

  1974.02.02   Woolsey Hall, Yale Univ.   New Haven,  CT  
  1974.02.03   Barton Hall, Cornell Univ.   Ithaca,  NY  

  1974.02.03   The Entertainers—CBC AM   Toronto,  ON  
A music and interview program. Joni, Tom Scott, Henry Lewy
and Elliot Roberts were interviewed by Malka Marom.

  1974.02.05   Avery Fisher Hall   New York,  NY  
  1974.02.06   Radio City Music Hall   New York,  NY  
  1974.02.07   The Music Hall   Boston,  MA  
  1974.02.09   Wilfred Laurier Univ.   Waterloo,  ON  
  1974.02.10   Massey Hall   Toronto,  ON  
  1974.02.11   Kleinhans Music Hall   Buffalo,  NY  
  1974.02.13   The Music Hall   Cleveland,  OH  
  1974.02.14   Syria Mosque   Pittsburgh,  PA  
  1974.02.16   Honolulu International Center   Honolulu,  HI  
  1974.02.28   Memorial Auditorium   Sacramento,  CA  

  1974.03.01   Berkeley Community Theatre   Berkeley,  CA  
  1974.03.02   Berkeley Community Theatre   Berkeley,  CA  
  1974.03.03   Dorothy Chandler Pavilion   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1974.03.04   Dorothy Chandler Pavilion   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1974.03.05   Anaheim Convention Center   Anaheim,  CA  
  1974.03.08   C.U. Fieldhouse, Univ. of Colorado at Boulder   Boulder,  CO  
  1974.03.09   Highland High School Auditorium   Salt Lake City,  UT  
  1974.03.11   Civic Auditorium   Portland,  OR  
  1974.03.12   Seattle Center Arena   Seattle,  WA  
  1974.03.14   Centennial Auditorium   Saskatoon,  SK  
  1974.03.22   William & Mary Hall, College of William & Mary   Williamsburg,  VA  
  1974.03.23   Carolina Coliseum, Univ. of So. Carolina   Columbia,  SC  
  1974.03.24   Cameron Stadium, Duke Univ.   Durham,  NC  
  1974.03     Austin Coliseum   Austin,  TX  
  1974.03.30   Memorial Auditorium   Dallas,  TX  
  1974.03.31   Hofheinz Pavilion   Houston,  TX  
  1974.04     Grand Ole Opry House   Nashville,  TN  
  1974.04.02   Ellis Auditorium   Memphis,  TN  
  1974.04     William & Mary Hall, College of William & Mary   Williamsburg,  VA  
  1974.04.06   The Omni Coliseum   Atlanta,  GA  
  1974.04.07   Jacksonville Coliseum   Jacksonville,  FL  
  1974.04.08   Miami Civic Auditorium   Miami,  FL  
  1974.04.20   New Victoria Theatre   London,  England  
  1974.04.21   New Victoria Theatre   London,  England  
  1974.04.22   New Victoria Theatre   London,  England  
The third concert was videotaped. An edited version was
broadcast on the BBC's Old Grey Whistle Test on Nov. 19.

Musicians:
Joni Mitchell - Guitar, Piano & Dulcimer
Tom Scott - Woodwinds & Reeds
Roger Kellaway - Piano
Robben Ford - Electric Guitar
Max Bennett - Bass
John Guerin - Drums & Percussion

End of tour

  1974.05     Joni Mitchell - In Concert—BBC2 Television   London,  England  
Recorded at the New Victoria Theatre on April 22, 1974.

  1974.06.02   Beverly Wiltshire Hotel   Beverly Hills,  CA  
Joni performed at an ACLU Dinner honoring Henry Fonda
who was presented with their "Bill of Rights Award".
The Smothers Brothers also performed.

  1974.07.10   Pacific Coliseum   Vancouver,  BC  
Joni made a surprise appearance at a CSNY concert.

  1974.07.25   Mile High Stadium   Denver,  CO  
Joni made a surprise appearance at a CSNY concert.

Summer Tour of North America (+ Honolulu, HI)

  1974.07.26   Park Plaza Resort   Park City,  UT  
  1974.07.28   Civic Arena   St. Paul ,  MN  
  1974.07.29   Ravinia Pavilion   Highland Park,  IL  
  1974.07.30   Blossom Music Center   Cuyahoga Falls,  OH  
  1974.07.31   Convention Center   Louisville,  KY  

  1974.08     Massey Hall   Toronto,  ON  
  1974.08.04   Place des Nations   Montreal,  QC  
  1974.08.06   Mississippi River Festival   Edwardsville,  IL  
  1974.08.08   Pine Knob Music Theatre   Clarkston,  MI  
  1974.08.09   Pine Knob Music Theatre   Clarkston,  MI  
  1974.08.13   Universal Amphitheatre   Universal City,  CA  
  1974.08.14   Universal Amphitheatre   Universal City,  CA  
  1974.08.15   Universal Amphitheatre   Universal City,  CA  
  1974.08.16   Universal Amphitheatre   Universal City,  CA  
  1974.08.17   Universal Amphitheatre   Universal City,  CA  
Selections from this concert series were released on
the live album Miles Of Aisles.

  1974.08.20   Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC)   Saratoga Springs,  NY  
  1974.08.21   Temple Univ. Music Festival   Ambler,  PA  
  1974.08.22   Temple Univ. Music Festival   Ambler,  PA  
  1974.08.24   Merriweather Post Pavilion   Columbia,  MD  
  1974.08.25   Veterans Memorial Coliseum   New Haven,  CT  
  1974.08.27   The Music Shed at Tanglewood   Lenox,  MA  
  1974.08.28   Nassau Coliseum   Uniondale,  NY  

  1974.09.02   Auditorium Arena   Denver,  CO  
  1974.09.08   New York 'SUMMERSAULT' '74—Roosevelt Raceway   Westbury,  NY  
Joni shared the bill with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young,
Jesse Colin Young and the Beach Boys. Joni also sang
with CSNY, adding harmony vocals to several of their songs.

End of tour

  1974.09.14   Wembley Stadium   London,  England  
Joni shared the bill with The Band, Jesse Colin Young,
Joe Walsh and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.

  1974.11.19   The Old Grey Whistle Test—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Recorded at the New Victoria Theatre on April 22.

  1974.12.24   The Troubadour   W. Hollywood,  CA  
On opening night for Flo and Eddie (Mark Volman and
Howard Kaylan of the defunct Turtles), the crowd was
blessed with a bonus show. James Taylor, Carly Simon,
Joni Mitchell, John Guerin, Linda Ronstadt and Albert Brooks
all leaped onstage and commenced crooning Christmas carols.
Before that, the merry sextet wandered from house to house in
the Hollywood hills blessing startled neighbors with carols.



1975

  1975.03.01   17th Annual Grammy Awards—Shrine Auditorium   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni and Tom Scott received the ‘Best Arrangement
Accompanying Vocalists’ Grammy for the song
“Down To You” from the Court And Spark album.

  1975.04.29   The Bottom Line   New York,  NY  
Joni sits in with Tom Scott but will not come out on stage.
She sings with him from a mic backstage.

  1975.07.04   Joni’'s Home   Los Angeles,  CA  
Larry Johnson and Leslie Morris were married by
Graham Nash at Joni’'s home. Joni performed
“"Jericho"” as part of the ceremony.

  1975.10.17   Santa Monica Civic Auditorium   Santa Monica,  CA  
Joni was guest performer during the encore of a Bonnie Raitt
concert. Other guests included Jackson Browne, Tom Waits,
and J.D. Souther.

The Rolling Thunder Revue

  1975.11.13   Veteran's Memorial Coliseum   New Haven,  CT  
Evening show

  1975.11.15   Convention Center   Niagara Falls,  NY  

  1975.11.17   War Memorial Coliseum   Rochester,  NY  
Two shows

  1975.11.19   Memorial Auditorium   Worcester,  MA  
  1975.11.20   Harvard Square Theater   Cambridge,  MA  

  1975.11.21   The Music Hall   Boston,  MA  
Two shows

  1975.11.22   Shapiro Gym, Brandeis Univ.   Waltham,  MA  
  1975.11.24   Civic Center Arena   Hartford,  CT  
  1975.11.26   Civic Center   Augusta,  ME  
  1975.11.27   Municipal Auditorium   Bangor,  ME  
  1975.11.29   Quebec City Coliseum   Quebec City,  QC  

  1975.12.01   Maple Leaf Gardens   Toronto,  ON  
  1975.12.02   Maple Leaf Gardens   Toronto,  ON  
  1975.12.04   The Forum   Montreal,  QC  
  1975.12.07   Correctional Correctional Facility for Women   Clinton,  NJ  

  1975.12.08   The Night of the Hurricane—Madison Square Garden   New York,  NY  
A benefit concert on behalf of the Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter
legal defense fund.

End of tour



1976

Tour of the United States

  1976.01.16   Northop Auditorium, University of Minnesota   Minneapolis,  MN  

  1976.01.18   Elliott Hall of Music, Purdue Univ.   W. Lafayette,  IN  
Neil Young made a surprise appearance.

  1976.01.20   Keil Auditorium   St. Louis,  MO  
  1976.01.22   Sam Houston Coliseum   Houston,  TX  
  1976.01.23   Municipal Auditorium   San Antonio,  TX  
  1976.01.25   Lloyd Noble Center   Norman,  OK  
  1976.01.26   Dallas Convention Center   Dallas,  TX  
  1976.01.28   Municipal Auditorium   Austin,  TX  
Bob Dylan makes a surprise appearance and duets with
Joni on "“Both Sides Now".” He also performed a solo
version of "“Girl From The North Country.”"

  1976.01.29   Pete Maravich Assembly Center, Louisiana State Univ.   Baton Rouge,  LA  
  1976.01.31   Charlotte Coliseum   Charlotte,  NC  

  1976.02.01   Memorial Coliseum, Univ. of Alabama   Tuscaloosa,  AL  
  1976.02.03   UGA Coliseum, Univ. of Georgia   Athens, GA,  GA  
  1976.02.04   Ellis Auditorium   Memphis,  TN  
  1976.02.06   William & Mary Hall, College of William & Mary   Williamsburg,  VA  
  1976.02.07   Cameron Stadium, Duke Univ.   Durham,  NC  
  1976.02.09   Memorial Coliseum, Univ. of Kentucky   Lexington,  KY  
  1976.02.10   Armory Fieldhouse, Univ. of Cincinnati   Cincinnati,  OH  
  1976.02.12   Millet Assembly Hall, Miami Univ.   Oxford,  OH  
  1976.02.13   Music Hall   Cleveland,  OH  
  1976.02.14   Civic Arena   Pittsburgh,  PA  
  1976.02.16   The Spectrum Theatre   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1976.02.18   Civic Center   Providence,  RI  
  1976.02.19   The Music Hall   Boston,  MA  
  1976.02.20   Nassau Coliseum   Uniondale,  NY  

  1976.02.22   Cole Fieldhouse, Univ. of Maryland   College Park,  MD  
Joni was ill and left the stage before completing
her first song. The concert was cancelled.

  1976.02.23   Veterans Memorial Coliseum   New Haven,  CT  
  1976.02.24   War Memorial Coliseum   Syracuse,  NY  
  1976.02.26   Hill Auditorium, Univ. of Michigan   Ann Arbor,  MI  
  1976.02.27   Illinois State Univ.   Normal,  IL  
  1976.02.29   Dane County Coliseum   Madison,  WI  

End of tour

  1976.05.15   Gatesville State School for Boys   Gatesville,  TX  
Joni made a guest appearance with The Rolling Thunder Revue.

  1976.05.16   Tarrant County Convention Center   Fort Worth,  TX  
Joni's guest appearance with The Rolling Thunder Revue.

  1976.11.11   The Tower Theater   Philadelphia,  PA  
Joni, accompanied by Jaco Pastorius and Bobbye Hall,
performed at a benefit concert held for The Main Point
coffeehouse. Two shows

  1976.11.20   California Celebrates the Whales—Memorial Auditorium   Sacramento,  CA  
A benefit concert. Joni was accompanied by
Jaco Pastorius, Bass and Bobbye Hall, Congas.

  1976.11.25   The Last Waltz—Winterland Ballroom   San Francisco,  CA  
Joni joined Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Van Morrison and others
as guest performers at The Band's farewell concert. A film
of the event, directed by Martin Scorsese, was released in
theaters, on videotape, laserdisc and DVD.
A soundtrack album was also released.


1977



1978

  1978.07.22   Madison Square Garden   New York,  NY  
Joni appeared at a Crosby, Stills & Nash concert,
and contributed harmony vocals during their encore.

  1978.09.02   Bread & Roses Festival of Music—Greek Theatre   Berkeley,  CA  
  1978.09.03   Bread & Roses Festival of Music—Greek Theatre   Berkeley,  CA  


1979

  1979       Interview-CBC Radio   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni and Henry Lewy were interviewed by Malka.

  1979.05.06   May 6 Coalition Rally—Anti-Nuclear Rally   Washington,  DC  

  1979.05.27   Berkeley Jazz Festival—Greek Theatre   Berkeley,  CA  
Joni performed with Jaco Pastorius, Don Alias,
Herbie Hancock and Tony Williams.

  1979.06.15   Playboy Jazz Festival—Hollywood Bowl   Hollywood,  CA  
Joni was accompanied by Herbie Hancock,
Don Alias, Gene Perla and Michael Brecker.

Tour of North America

  1979.07.19   Tour Rehearsals   Hollywood,  CA  
July 19-21 and July 23-29

  1979.08.03   Zoo Amphitheatre   Oklahoma City,  OK  
  1979.08.05   Red Rocks Amphitheatre   Morrison,  CO  
  1979.08.06   Red Rocks Amphitheatre   Morrison,  CO  
  1979.08.09   Mississippi River Festival   Edwardsville,  IL  
  1979.08.11   Pine Knob Music Theatre   Clarkston,  MI  
  1979.08.12   Pine Knob Music Theatre   Clarkston,  MI  
  1979.08.14   Blossom Music Center   Cuyahoga Falls,  OH  
  1979.08.16   Alpine Valley Music Theater   E. Troy,  WI  
  1979.08.17   Alpine Valley Music Theater   E. Troy,  WI  
  1979.08.19   Minneapolis Auditorium   Minneapolis,  MN  
  1979.08.21   The Music Shed at Tanglewood   Lenox,  MA  
  1979.08.22   Merriweather Post Pavilion   Columbia,  MD  
  1979.08.23   Merriweather Post Pavilion   Columbia,  MD  
  1979.08.25   Forest Hills Tennis Stadium   New York,  NY  
  1979.08.27   Civic Center   Providence,  RI  
  1979.08.28   Robin Hood Dell West   Philadelphia,  PA  
Renamed The Frederic R. Mann Music Center later in 1979

  1979.09.02   Pacific Coliseum    Vancouver,  BC  
A press conference was held at the Coliseum after the concert

  1979.09.03   Memorial Coliseum   Portland,  OR  
  1979.09.07   Civic Auditorium   San Francisco,  CA  
  1979.09.08   Civic Auditorium   San Francisco,  CA  

  1979.09.09   Santa Barbara County Bowl   Santa Barbara,  CA  
Portions of this concert were released on the live album
Shadows And Light. An edited videotape of the concert
was shown on the Showtime cable channel and later
released on videotape, laserdisc and DVD.

  1979.09.12   Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1979.09.13   Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1979.09.14   Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1979.09.15   Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1979.09.16   Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  

End of tour

  1979.11.10   The Art Garden   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni attended a party celebrating the publication of STARART,
a coffee table art book exhibiting the fine art of several music
Icons. The book was designed and edited by Deborah Chesher.
Several of the other artists were also present, including John
Mayall, Klaus Voormann, Ron Wood and Commander Cody.



1980

  1980.07.19   Vorpal Gallery   Laguna Beach,  CA  
Joni attended the opening of an exhibit featuring her paintings
as well as those of John Mayall, Klaus Voormanm, Ron Wood
and Commander Cody. These paintings were featured in the
book Starart, designed and edited by Debby Chesher.
The exhibit was on display from July 19-Aug. 1.

  1980.10.04   Bread & Roses Festival of Music—Greek Theatre   Berkeley,  CA  
  1980.10.05   Bread & Roses Festival of Music—Greek Theatre   Berkeley,  CA  

  1980.10.22   innerview   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Jim Ladd for a syndicated
radio program initially broadcast on Dec. 29.

  1980.12.02   Shadows And Light   Santa Barbara,  CA  
A Showtime cable TV broadcast, recorded at the
Santa Barbara County Bowl on Sept. 9, 1979.


1981

  1981.02.05   O'Keefe Center for the Performing Arts   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.



1982

  1982.02.18   The Mudd Club   New York,  NY  
Joni made a guest appearance during Eric Andersen's concert,
adding harmony to his song "Blue River." This show was
released on the CD Eric Andersen Live at the Mudd Club.

  1982.03     McCabe's Guitar Shop & Concert Hall   Santa Monica,  CA  
Joni made a guest appearance during Eric Andersen's concert.

  1982.04     Studio 54   New York,  NY  
Joni performed at a benefit for the Franklin Furnace Art Gallery.

  1982.11.06   Rock On—BBC Radio 1   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Richard Stanley. In 1983, Geffen
Records released a limited edition UK-only package of two
7” singles with an edited version of the interview on side one
and details of a special contest on side two. The other record
was “"Chinese Café/Unchained Melody"” b/w "“Ladies Man.”"

  1982.12     Interview-WNEW-FM   New York,  NY  


1983

Wild Things Tour '83

  1983.02.20   Production Rehearsal—A&M Studios   Hollywood,  CA  
Several songs were filmed and three were released
as promotional videos.

  1983.02.28   Kouseinenkin Dai-Hall   Tokyo,  Japan  

  1983.03.02   Sunpalace Hall   Fukuoka,  Japan  
  1983.03.03   Festival Hall   Osaka,  Japan  
  1983.03.04   Festival Hall   Osaka,  Japan  
  1983.03.05   Shi Kokaido Hall   Nagoya,  Japan  
  1983.03.06   Nippon Budokan Hall   Tokyo,  Japan  
  1983.03.07   Nippon Budokan Hall   Tokyo,  Japan  
  1983.03.11   Capitol Theatre   Sydney,  Australia  
  1983.03.12   Capitol Theatre   Sydney,  Australia  

  1983.03.14   Festival Hall   Brisbane,  Australia  
  1983.03.16   Palais Theatre   Melbourne,  Australia  
  1983.03.17   Palais Theatre   Melbourne,  Australia  
  1983.03.19   Festival Theatre   Adelaide,  Australia  
  1983.03.21   Melbourne Concert Hall   Melbourne,  Australia  

  1983.03.23   Sydney Opera House   Sydney,  Australia  
  1983.03.24   Sydney Opera House   Sydney,  Australia  
  1983.03.25   Sydney Opera House   Sydney,  Australia  
  1983.03.27   St. James Theatre   Auckland,  New Zealand  
  1983.03.28   Wellington Town Hall   Wellington,  New Zealand  
  1983.03.30   Christchurch Town Hall   Christchurch,  New Zealand  

  1983.04.11   Tour Rehearsals Hammersmith Odeon   London,  England  
  1983.04.12   Tour Rehearsals Hammersmith Odeon   London,  England  

  1983.04.14   NEC Arena-Birmingham   Birmingham,  England  
  1983.04.15   The Dave Fanning Show—RTE Radio 2 - RTÉ 2fm   Dublin,  Ireland  
Joni was interviewed by Dave Fanning.

  1983.04.16   RDS Music Hall   Dublin,  Ireland  
  1983.04.17   RDS Music Hall   Dublin,  Ireland  
  1983.04.19   Playhouse Theatre   Edinburgh,  Scotland  
  1983.04.20   Playhouse Theatre   Edinburgh,  Scotland  

  1983.04.22   My Top 12—BBC Radio 1, BBC Broadcast House   London,  England  
A music and interview program. Joni talks to Andy Peebles
and chooses 12 all-time favorite music tracks for an
imaginary album. Broadcast on May 29.

  1983.04.22   Saturday Live—BBC Radio 1, BBC Broadcast House   London,  England  
Joni was interviewed by Richard Skinner.
Broadcast on May 23

  1983.04.22   Interview-Capital Radio   London,  England  
  1983.04.23   Wembley Arena   London,  England  
  1983.04.24   Wembley Arena   London,  England  
An afternoon videotaping, without an audience present.

  1983.04.24   Wembley Arena   London,  England  
This evening concert was videotaped by the BBC; an edited
version was broadcast on the BBC’s Old Grey Whistle Test
and simulcast by BBC Radio 1 on June 19.

  1983.04.26   Interview Session   Brussels,  Belgium  
Joni was interviewed by Luxa Floor and Fred Brouwers
for the Dutch radio program Domino.

  1983.04.26   Koninklijk Circus   Brussels,  Belgium  
This concert was broadcast live on radio.

  1983.04.27   Congressgebouw   The Hague,  Netherlands  
  1983.04.29   Theatre de Beaulieu   Lausanne,  Switzerland  
  1983.04.30   Theatre des Champs Elysees   Paris,  France  

  1983.05.01   Casino de Paris   Paris,  France  
  1983.05.03   CCH - Congress Centrum Hamburg   Hamburg,  Germany  
  1983.05.04   Alte Oper   Frankfurt,  Germany  
  1983.05.05   Eberthalle   Ludwigshafen,  Germany  
  1983.05.07   L'Arena di Verona   Verona,  Italy  
  1983.05.08   Palasport   Genova,  Italy  
  1983.05.09   Teatro Tanda Lampugnano   Milan,  Italy  
  1983.05.12   Konserthuset   Stockholm,  Sweden  
  1983.05.13   Konserthus   Oslo,  Norway  
  1983.05.14   Falkoner Centret   Copenhagen,  Denmark  

  1983.06.09   Civic Theatre   San Diego,  CA  
  1983.06.10   Santa Barbara County Bowl   Santa Barbara,  CA  
  1983.06.12   Concord Pavilion   Concord,  CA  
  1983.06.13   Universal Amphitheatre   Universal City,  CA  
  1983.06.14   Universal Amphitheatre   Universal City,  CA  
  1983.06.16   Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre   Irvine,  CA  
  1983.06.17   Compton Terrace   Tempe,  AZ  

  1983.06.19   Old Grey Whistle Test—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Videotaped at Wembley Arena on the evening of April 24

  1983.06.23   Reunion Arena   Dallas,  TX  
  1983.06.24   The Summit   Houston,  TX  
  1983.06.25   Frank Irwin Center, Univ. of Texas at Austin   Austin,  TX  
  1983.06.27   Assembly Center, Louisiana State Univ.   Baton Rouge,  LA  
  1983.06.29   Lloyd Noble Arena   Norman,  OK  
  1983.06.30   Starlight Theatre   Kansas City,  MO  

  1983.07     Sunday Morning—CBC Radio   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Peter Gzowski
Broadcast on July 17, 1983

  1983.07.02   Fox Theatre   St. Louis,  MO  
  1983.07.03   Alpine Valley Music Theater   East Troy,  WI  
  1983.07.04   Pine Knob Music Theatre   Clarkston,  MI  
  1983.07.06   Poplar Creek Music Theater   Hoffman Estates,  IL  
  1983.07.09   RKO Palace Theater   Columbus,  OH  
  1983.07.10   Stanley Theater   Pittsburgh,  PA  

  1983.07.11   Four Seasons Hotel   Toronto,  ON  
Joni & Larry Klein held a press conference.
  1983.07.12   CNE Bandshell   Toronto,  ON  
  1983.07.13   Shea’s Performing Arts Center   Buffalo,  NY  
  1983.07.15   Mann Music Center   Philadelphia,  PA  
  1983.07.16   Garden State Arts Center   Holmdel,  NJ  

  1983.07.18   Finger Lakes Performing Arts Center   Canadaigua,  NY  
Finger Lakes Community College

  1983.07.19   Colt State Park Amphitheatre   Bristol,  RI  
  1983.07.20   Concert On The Common—Boston Commons   Boston,  MA  
  1983.07.22   Merriweather Post Pavilion   Columbia,  MD  
  1983.07.24   Jones Beach Theatre   Wantaugh,  NY  
  1983.07.26   Blossom Music Center   Cuyahoga Falls,  OH  
  1983.07.28   Madison Square Garden   New York,  NY  
  1983.07.30   Red Rocks Amphitheatre   Morrison,  CO  

End of tour

  1983.08.12   Refuge Of The Roads   Culver City,  CA  
An afternoon videotaping, without an audience present,
portions of which were included in the DVD, videotape
and laserdisc release Refuge Of The Roads.


1984



1985

  1985.02.10   Tears Are Not Enough—Manta Sound Recording Studio   Toronto,  ON  
Northern Lights, a group of Canada’s most accomplished
artists, gathered to record the song “Tears Are Not Enough”
for inclusion on the We Are The World benefit album.
A videotape and laserdisc of the song and a “Making Of...”
documentary were also released.

  1985.02.26   27th Grammy Awards —Shrine Auditorium   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni & Dionne Warwick presented the Grammy award
for 'Album Of The Year' to Lionel Richie.

  1985.09.22   Farm Aid—Memorial Stadium, Univ. of Illinois   Champaign,  IL  
Joni performed solo at the first annual Farm Aid concert to
benefit small farmers in the U.S. Other performers included
Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Bob Dylan and Tom Petty.

  1985.10.28   The James Corcoran Gallery   Los Angeles,  CA  
Geffen Records held a Dog Eat Dog release party. Billed as
"“Joni Mitchell-–New Paintings New Songs”", the gathering
was a benefit for the Museum of Contemporary Art.
The paintings were on display from Oct. 28 until Oct. 30th.

  1985.10.31   Good Morning America—ABC TV   Los Angeles,  CA  

  1985.11     Warner Bros. Music Show #131   Los Angeles,  CA  
An interview and music from the album Dog Eat Dog.
Joni was interviewed by Bill Flanagan for ‘Musician’ Magazine.

  1985.11     Interview - WNEW-FM   New York,  NY  
Joni was interviewed by Dennis Elsas.

  1985.11.26   Old Grey Whistle Test—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Joni was interviewed by Richard Skinner at home
and in her art studio in early 1985.

  1985.12.06   Wogon—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Joni and Michael Mullins sang "Good Friends."

  1985.12.07   Saturday Live   London,  England  
FM Radio Interview

  1985.12.29   Rock Master Class—Duke of York Theatre, Capital Radio   London,  England  
Joni was interviewed and performed several songs accompanied by Larry Klein.


1986

  1986.01.12   Mixed Bag—WNEW-FM   New York,  NY  
Joni was interviewed by Pete Fornatel and also performed
one song.

  1986.04.01   Whistle Test Extra—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Joni was interviewed by Richard Skinner at home and in
her art studio in 1985. The program also featured video
clips of live performances from 1970, 1974 and 1983.

  1986.06.15   A Conspiracy Of Hope—Giants Stadium   E. Rutherford,  NJ  
Joni was an unscheduled performer.
A Conspiracy of Hope was a short tour of six benefit concerts
on behalf of Amnesty International that took place in the U.S.
during June 1986. The purpose of the tour was not to raise
funds but rather to increase awareness of human rights and
of Amnesty's work on its 25th anniversary, and to invite a new
generation take action to free prisoners of conscience.

  1986.08.28   Get Tough On Toxics—Long Beach Arena   Long Beach,  CA  
Joni joined other musicians including Neil Young and Warren
Zevon in this benefit concert and performed several songs.


1987

  1987.08.29   Showtime Coast To Coast   Los Angeles,  CA  
A cable TV series hosted by Herbie Hancock. Joni was a guest
on the first show for a jam session with Herbie, Bobby McFerrin,
Wayne Shorter, David Sanborn and Larry Klein.

  1987.10.27   Pacific Amphitheatre   Costa Mesa,  CA  
Cowboys For Indians–Justice For Leonard Peltier
This benefit concert featured Joni, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson,
and other socially conscious musicians. Joni performed with
a band that included Larry Klein, Wayne Shorter, Mark Isham,
Vinnie Colaiuta and Michael Landau.


1988

  1988.03.17   Interview   No. Hollywood,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Timothy White for his book Rock Lives.

  1988.03     The Journal—CBC TV   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Paul McGrath. Broadcast on March 11.

  1988.03     MuchWest—Interview, MuchMusic TV Network   Vancouver,  BC  
Joni was interviewed by Terry David Mulligan.
Broadcast April 5, 1988.

  1988.03.22   The Hot Stove Club—Maple Leaf Gardens   Toronto,  ON  
Joni held a press conference promoting her new album
Chalk Mark In A Rain Storm.

  1988.03.22   New Music—CITY TV   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Denise Donlon shortly after the press
conference at the Hot Stove Club. The interview took place at
the home of Denise Donlon & (husband) Murray McLaughlin.
Broadcast on April 21, 1988.

  1988.03.25   Bessborough Hotel   Saskatoon,  SK  
A press conference

  1988.04.01   Prime Time Live—CBC Radio   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Ralph Benmergui.

  1988.04.04   Good Morning America—ABC TV   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Hollywood reporter Chantal.

  1988.04.19   Avsminkat   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed for a program broadcast in Sweden.

  1988.05     Interview BBC Radio 1   London,  England  
Joni was interviewed by host Johnny Walker.

  1988.05     Interview Capitol Radio   London,  England  
Joni was interviewed by David Jensen. Geffen Records
issued an edited version on a promotional CD entitled
A Special Conversation For Radio to promote her album
Chalk Mark In A Rainstorm.

  1988.05     MTV-Britain   London,  England  

  1988.05     Interview Session - Amstel Hotel   Amsterdam,  Holland  
Joni was interviewed by by Hubert van Hoof for a program
broadcast on Sept. 4th as Joni Mitchell's All-Time Favorites.

  1988.05     TopPop Spesial—NRK (Norwegian Broadcasting)   Oslo,  Norway  
Joni was interviewed by Hege Duckert.

  1988.05.09   Breakfast Time—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Joni was interviewed by Caroline Righton.

  1988.05.09   Rapido—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  

  1988.05.20   Wired—Granada Television   London,  England  
A music and interview program, hosted by Lenore Pemberton.

  1988.05     Kippevel—VARA TV   Amsterdam,  Holland  
Joni was interviewed by Jan Douwe Kroeske and
also performed two songs. Broadcast on May 26.

  1988.05.20   Eclection (Art Exhibition)—Parco Gallery   Tokyo,  Japan  
An exhibition scheduled to coincide with the release of
Chalk Mark In A Rain Storm. This show was the first, and
only exhibition, during which Joni actually sold paintings.
Joni attended the opening reception on May 20th.
The exhibit was on display until June 8th.

  1988.05     The Album Show—Radio EON FM   Australia  
Joni was interviewed by Billy Pinnell.

  1988.05     National Album Review   Australia  
Joni was interviewed and played one song during
a syndicated radio broadcast.

  1988.05.31   Ray Martin Midday Show—9 Network TV   Australia  

  1988.06.05   Sunday Program—9 Network TV   Australia  
  1988.06.07   Rock Arena Show—ABC TV   Sydney,  Australia  

  1988.07.07   Top Half—Avalon Studios TV-NZ   Wellington,  New Zealand  
Joni was interviewed by Dylan Taite.

  1988.07.09   Vicki Gabereau Show—CBC Radio   Toronto,  ON  
A radio broadcast featuring an interview with Joni.

  1988.07.31   Radio With Pictures—Avalon Studios TV-NZ   Wellington,  New Zealand  
Joni was interviewed by Dick Driver and also
performed two songs. (Broadcast date)

  1988.09.04   Hubier On The Air—KRO Radio   Amsterdam,  Holland  
A music and interview program.
Joni spoke to Hubert van Hoof and chose 12 songs
for a program titled Joni Mitchell's All-Time Favorites.

  1988.10.22   San Remo Songfest—Ariston Theatre, RAI TV   San Remo,  Italy  
L'impegno, L'amore was the title of an Italian TV broadcast
of Joni's concert at the 1988 San Remo Song Fest where
she also received the 1988 Tenco Award for her songwriting.

  1988.12.09   Universal Amphitheatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
"A Benefit For Victims of Violent Crime" sponsored by the
non-profit corporation Helping Innocent People. Organized by
honorary chairman Larry Carlton, the concert featured Joni
along with Christopher Cross, David Foster, Michael Franks,
Stanley Jordan, Lyle Lovett, Michael McDonald, Michelle Pillar,
Juice Newton and Take Six.


1989

  1989.03     Spirit Of The Forest—RCA Studios   New York,  NY  
Recording session for the song "“Spirit Of The Forest"
included on Earthrise– - The Rainforest Video and also
released on 7”, 12” and CD singles in the UK.

  1989.05     Quintessential Covina   Covina,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Jeff Plummer for a 'Local Access'
Cable TV program.

  1989.06.03   Our Common Future—Avery Fisher Hall   New York,  NY  
A five-hour, live global telecast, featuring international celebrities
and dignitaries, intended to create awareness of environmental
issues and to urge universal cooperation in solving ecological
problems. Broadcast primarily from Avery Fisher Hall,
Lincoln Center, in New York City, the telecast was relayed
to over 100 countries. The program interspersed musical
performances from New York, the Soviet Union, England,
Australia, Poland, Norway and Brazil with taped pro-environmental
messages from world leaders. Joni performed with Herbie
Hancock, Larry Klein, Wayne Shorter, Andy Summers and Omar Hakim.

  1989.09.08   Pan American Indian Art Show—Pasadena Center   Pasadena,  CA  
Joni and Ali McGraw participated in the opening ceremony.

  1989.09.18   The Ghost Of Faffner Hall—HBO   Newcastle,  England  
A thirteen-part weekly series combining music education
and puppetry. The series explores the world of music and
illustrates the fundamental concepts of music education.
Guest performances by a variety of international musical stars
are featured, along with a whole new cast of Muppet characters,
including Fughetta Faffner, a ghost with a love of music.
The HBO series, produced by Jim Henson, featured
Joni's lip-synched performance of "Night Ride Home"


1990

  1990.07.21   The Wall - Live In Berlin—Potsdamer Platz   Berlin,  Germany  
Joni joined an international cast of musicians at a benefit
concert in support of "The Memorial Fund for Disaster Relief", on the
site of the recently toppled Berlin wall. The concert
was later released on CD, VideoTape, LaserDisc and DVD.

  1990.09.06   Interview-Greater London Radio   London,  England  
Joni was interviewed by Trevor Dunn about the exhibit of her
paintings, Diary Of A Decade. The exhibit helped to mark the
beginning of Canada In The City - a two-week celebration of art,
music, and culture that was the first major Canadian-themed
festival in the UK. The interview was broadcast on July 7.
The exhibit was on display from Sept. 11 to Oct. 7.

  1990.09.10   Diary of a Decade—Rotunda Gallery   London,  England  
Joni answered questions from the press at a private viewing of
Diary Of A Decade, the first European exhibition of her paintings.

  1990.11.01   Los Angeles Theatre Center   Los Angeles,  CA  
THE JONI MITCHELL PROJECT: A Theatrical Retrospective.
The Joni Mitchell Project was a revue-type show featuring
five singers performing Joni’'s songs accompanied by a
five-piece band. A few days after the opening Joni attended
and performed a new song, "“Cherokee Louise."
The show ran three months.

  1990.12.10   Billboard Music Awards   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni presented an award for #1 World Single to Sinéad
O'Connor for her version of Prince's "“Nothing Compares 2 U."”


1991

  1991       McCabe's Guitar Shop & Concert Hall   Santa Monica,  CA  
Joni and Larry attended Eric Andersen''s concert at McCabe''s.
Eric called Joni on stage. She sang harmony on his song
""Blue River"" and performed two additional songs herself.

  1991.02     The Night Ride Home Radio Program   Los Angeles,  CA  
This program featured an interview with Joni as well as songs
from her new album. Geffen Records issued an edited version
on a promotional CD for broadcast in Canada.

  1991       Morning Becomes Eclectic—KCRW-FM   Santa Monica,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Chris Douridas.

  1991.03.30   Swinging On A Star—CBC FM   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Murray McLauchlan and performed
several songs with Murray and Larry Klein.

  1991.04.04   Good Morning America—ABC TV   New York,  NY  

  1991.04.12   A&E Revue   Los Angeles,  CA  
An interview program featuring video clips and
a selection of Joni’'s paintings from various eras

  1991.04.28   VH1-To-1   Los Angeles,  CA  
A half-hour interview program featuring video clips and
a selection of Joni''s paintings from various eras

  1991.05     Rapido—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Joni was interviewed by Tracey MacLeod.

  1991       The Late Show—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Joni Mitchell was interviewed by Tracey Macleod



1992



1993

  1993.02.14   Sheraton Hotel   New Orleans,  LA  
Joni appeared at a benefit concert sponsored by N.O.A.A.H.H.,
The New Orleans Artists Against Hunger and Homelessness.
She was accompanied by Jimmy Buffett's band.

  1993.05.23   Canada Council for the Arts   Saskatoon,  SK  
Joni spoke at the annual conference of the Canada Council for
The Arts whose self-described goal was to “"make van Goghs”"
out of Canadian arts students. With characteristic candor,
Mitchell told the group, “"A lot of great art comes out of mental
disturbance. How are you gonna teach that?"”

  1993.06.05   Troubadours of Folk—Drake Stadium, UCLA   Westwood,  CA  
Joni, in her first solo concert in twenty-one years, headlined a
show that featured Judy Collins, Arlo Guthrie, Jefferson Starship,
Roger McGuinn, John Prine, Eric Andersen and others. One of
her songs was later broadcast nationwide on the PBS program
Troubadours Of Folk but was not included on the commercially
released videotape and laserdisc of the same name.

  1993.07.12   Beverly Hilton Hotel   Beverly Hills,  CA  
Joni appeared at Milton Berle's eighty-sixth birthday
party celebration and performed one song.

  1993.11.14   The Willows (Golf & Country Club)   Saskatoon,  SK  
Joni received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the
Saskatchewan Recording Industry Association. After
the presentation Joni gave an hour-long interview and
performed a new song.


1994

  1994.05     Interview - Todaiji Temple   Nara,  Japan  
Joni was interviewed in an informal setting during the
rehearsals for The Aionoshi Festival. The interview
was broadcast in Canada by CityTV on July 2, 1994.

  1994.05.20   The Aionoshi Festival—Todaiji Temple   Nara,  Japan  
  1994.05.21   The Aionoshi Festival—Todaiji Temple   Nara,  Japan  
  1994.05.22   The Aionoshi Festival—Todaiji Temple   Nara,  Japan  
Joni was accompanied, on different songs, by Hotei Tomoyasu
on electric guitar, Ryu Hongjun on traditional Japanese flute,
Wayne Shorter on soprano saxophone and the Chieftans. Joni
joined Bob Dylan and other performers during the encore of
each show. The final concert was broadcast live on TV in Japan
by NHK and elsewhere as The Great Music Experience.

  1994.08.04   Edmonton Folk Music Festival—Gallagher Park   Edmonton,  AB  
Joni performed a twelve song set.

  1994.08.05   Press Conference   Edmonton,  AB  

  1994.08.07   Edmonton Folk Music Festival—Gallagher Park   Edmonton,  AB  
Joni appeared with the entire roster of performers
during the festival’s closing finale.

  1994.08.19   Troubadours of Folk—PBS-TV   Westwood,  CA  
Richie Havens performed and narrated a highlights program
recorded during a two-day 1993 folk festival in Los Angeles.

  1994.09.05   The World Café—WXPN-FM   Philadelphia,  PA  
Joni was interviewed by David Dye.

  1994.09.12   Morning Becomes Eclectic—KCRW-FM   Santa Monica,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Chris Douridas. She also performed
seven songs accompanied by Larry Klein on bass.
The program was broadcast on Oct. 25.
  1994.09.13   Ghengis Cohen   Los Angeles,  CA  
The night after their appearance on KCRW, Larry dragged Joni
out to a small club in the L.A. area, where she performed
a short set for the surprised audience.
  1994.09     Interview—Q107-FM   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Steve Warden.

  1994.09.14   Interview - Joni's Home   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Barney Hoskins. An edited version
was published in the Dec. issue of MOJO Magazine.

  1994.09     Canada AM—CTV   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Valerie Pringle.

  1994.09     Midday—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Kevin Newman.
Broadcast on Oct. 22

  1994.09.23   Intimate & Interactive—MuchMusic TV   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed and performed nine songs in a program
broadcast live from the MuchMusic TV Studios.

  1994.09     The Dini Petty Show—CTV   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Dini and performed two songs.
Broadcast on Oct. 17.

  1994.09     Morningside—CBC FM   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by the host, Peter Gzowski,
and performed three songs. Broadcast on Oct. 17

  1994.09     Primetime Magazine—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Laurie Brown.
Broadcast on Oct. 17

  1994.09     Interview—CKFM Mix 99.9   Toronto,  ON  
Broadcast on Oct. 19

  1994.09     Vicki Gabereau Show—CBC Radio   Vancouver,  BC  
An interview with Joni broadcast on Oct. 25, 1994

  1994.09     Global Entertainment Desk—Global TV   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Elaine Loring.
Broadcast on Oct. 25+26.

  1994.09     Rita & Friends—CBC TV   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Rita McNeil and performed
two songs. Broadcast on Nov. 18.

  1994.10     The Arts Tonight—CBC Radio   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Shelagh Rogers in a wide ranging
session that included portions of a 1974 interview as well
several selections from Joni's performance at the
Edmonton Folk Festivalheld earlier in 1994.
Broadcast on Dec. 5, 1994.

  1994.10.24   Ruth Bloom Art Gallery   Santa Monica,  CA  
Reprise held a Turbulent Indigo record release ‘meet & greet’.
Invited guests and the press could view more than thirty of
Joni’s paintings while listening to the new album.

  1994.10.24   Naked Café, VH1—Ruth Bloom Art Gallery   Santa Monica,  CA  
An interview with Joni.
Broadcast on March 19, 1995

  1994.10.24   Last Call With Elvis Mitchell—Ruth Bloom Art Gallery   Santa Monica,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Elvis Mitchell.

  1994.10.25   The Music Hall—KSCA-FM   Glendale,  CA  
Joni was interviewed and also performed several songs.

  1994.11.13   The Late Show—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Joni Mitchell was interviewed by Tracey Macleod and sang
two songs from her latest album. The program was broadcast
on Dec. 6.

  1994.11.13   41 Queensgate Terrace   London,  England  
Joni performed for more than an hour in a solo showcase
for 200 media and record company people from all over
Europe. A press conference was held after the concert.

  1994.11.19   The New Music—CityTV, Art Gallery of Ontario   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed during an Art Exhibition featuring
paintings by Pablo Picasso & Vincent Van Gogh.

  1994.12.03   Wiltern Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was the surprise guest at Shawn Colvin’'s concert.



1995

  1995.01.19   Commitment To Life VIII—Universal Amphitheatre   Universal City,  CA  
A benefit concert for AIDS Project L.A. Joni joined
Sheryl Crow, Little Richard, Tammy Wynette, Garth
Brooks, Marianne Faithfull and others in a three-hour
concert honoring Elton John and Tom Hanks.

  1995.01.26   Reprise Music Show—Wells Fargo Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
A live concert broadcast from The Autry Museum
of Western Heritage

  1995.01.26   Cyber-Talk—Wells Fargo Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni answered questions after the Reprise Music Show
for Warner/Reprise Online's weekly interactive talk show.

  1995.02.03   Tonight Show—NBC TV   Los Angeles,  CA  

  1995.02.17   Gavin Convention   New Orleans,  LA  
Joni attended and performed at the Gavin convention,
an annual meeting of radio station programming directors
and disc jockeys.

  1995.03     Interview KGO-TV (Channel 7)   San Francisco,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Michael Vosse

  1995.04.24   The Late Show with David Letterman—CBS TV   New York,  NY  

  1995.05.06   New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival   New Orleans,  LA  

  1995.05.11   Weekend Edition Sunday—National Public Radio   Washington,  DC  
Joni was interviewed by Liane Hansen and also performed
three songs. The program was broadcast on May 28.

  1995.11.05   Waldorf Astoria Ballroom   New York,  NY  
People For The American Way - –Annual Dinner. Joni performed
a short set at this dinner honoring cartoonist Gary Trudeau.
She was accompanied by drummer Brian Blade, whom she had
met in May at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

  1995.11.06   The Fez   New York,  NY  
Joni performed an unscheduled concert at this small club
accompanied by drummer Brian Blade.

  1995.11.07   The Bottom Line   New York,  NY  
Joni made a guest appearance during an Eric Andersen concert.

  1995.12.08   CBS This Morning—CBS TV   New York,  NY  
Broadcast on Jan. 3, 1996

  1995.12.09   Billboard Century Awards   Los Angeles,  CA  
  1995.12.12   The Tonight Show—NBC TV   Los Angeles,  CA  


1996

  1996.02.19   Pamela Wallin Live—CBC TV   Bel Air,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Pamela Wallin.

  1996.02.27   Hard Rock Cafe   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was presented with the Orville H. Gibson Award for
best Female Acoustic Guitar Player. Other awards were
presented to Eddie Van Halen and Emmylou Harris.

  1996.02.28   38th Annual Grammy Awards—Shrine Auditorium   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni and co-producer Larry Klein received the ‘"Best Pop
Album’" Grammy for the album Turbulent Indigo. Joni and
art director Robbie Cavolina shared a Grammy for ‘Best
Recording Package.’

  1996.05.04   Interview—Channel 2 TV   Stockholm,  Sweden  
Joni was interviewed by Bjorn Carlgren.

  1996.05.06   Mixiland   Stockholm,  Sweden  
Sveriges Radio P2 broadcast a one-hour musical tribute to Joni.

  1996.05.07   Press Conference   Stockholm,  Sweden  
Joni and Pierre Boulez, co-recipients of
Sweden’s Polar Prize, were interviewed.

  1996.05.08   Berwaldhallen Hall   Stockholm,  Sweden  
The Polar Prize award and a prize of one million Swedish kronor
were presented to Joni by the King of Sweden. The ceremony
was broadcast live on Swedish radio and later shown on TV.

  1996.10     Vicki Gabereau Show—CBC Radio   Vancouver,  BC  
Broadcast on Oct. 9 and 10

  1996.10.14   Environmental Media Awards—The Beverly Hilton Hotel   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was the special musical guest at the sixth annual
Environmental Media Awards ceremony.

  1996.10.18   Words + Music – Joni Mitchell & Morrissey   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Morrissey. An edited version was
released to radio stations on a promotional CD by Reprise
Records to promote her new releases Hits and Misses.

  1996.11.01   Rideau Hall   Ottawa,  ON  
Joni received The Governor-General's Performing Arts Award,
given "“to celebrate Canadian performers who have enriched our
lives while they pursued their dreams.”"

  1996.11.02   National Arts Centre   Ottawa,  ON  
Joni and other recipients of The Governor-General's Performing
Arts Award were celebrated at a tribute gala televised later by
the English and French networks of CBC/Radio-Canada.

  1996.11.04   The Late Show with David Letterman—CBS TV   New York,  NY  

  1996.11.07   CBS This Morning—CBS TV   New York,  NY  
Joni was interviewed by Mark McEwen.
Broadcast on Nov. 8

  1996.11.08   The Rosie O'Donnell Show—NBC Television Studio   New York,  NY  
A syndicated U.S. TV talk and entertainment program.
Joni was interviewed and performed one song.
Broadcast on Nov. 29

  1996.12.11   Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni, Smokey Robinson and Lieber & Stoller were presented
with Lifetime Achievement Awards from the National Academy
of Songwriters. Joni also performed four songs accompanied
by drummer Brian Blade and bassist Daryl Johnson.


1997

  1997.09.22   Gabereau Live—CTV   Vancouver,  BC  
Joni and daughter, Kilauren Gibb, were interviewed
by Vicki Gabereau on Vancouver's Granville Island.


1998

  1998.03     Morning Becomes Eclectic—KCRW-FM   Santa Monica,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Chris Douridas.
Broadcast on March 27.

  1998.04.16   Stormy Weather—Wiltern Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was the headliner at this benefit concert for
The Walden Woods Project. Selections from this
concert were released on a promotional CD by AT&T.

West Coast Tour of Noth America with Bob Dylan

  1998.05.14   General Motors Place   Vancouver,  BC  
  1998.05.16   The Gorge Amphitheatre   George,  WA  
  1998.05.17   The Gorge Amphitheatre   George,  WA  
  1998.05.19   San Jose Arena   San Jose,  CA  
  1998.05.21   Pauley Pavilion, UCLA   Westwood,  CA  
  1998.05.22   Pauley Pavilion, UCLA   Westwood,  CA  
  1998.05.23   Arrowhead Pond Arena   Anaheim,  CA  

End of tour

  1998.05.29   Stage 22, Warner Brothers Studios   Burbank,  CA  
  1998.05.30   Stage 22, Warner Brothers Studios   Burbank,  CA  
Videotaping sessions with a live audience for the
pay-per-view TV Special Painting With Words & Music.
Also released on VideoTape, LaserDisc and DVD.

  1998.07     Beverly Hills Hotel   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Barbara McDonough. Portions of
the interview were included in a series of Promo Video Clips
produced for the MTV "Influences" Campaign.

  1998.08.15   A Day In The Garden—Yasgur's Farm   Bethel,  NY  
A Woodstock anniversary concert

  1998.09.09   Interview - Bel Air Hotel   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Jody Denberg for a program that was
broadcast by KGSR-FM, Austin, TX on Oct 4. The interview
was also released by Reprise Records on a promotional CD
titled A Conversation With Joni Mitchell to promote her new
album Taming The Tiger.

  1998.09.18   Old Town School Of Folk Music   Chicago,  IL  
A benefit concert

  1998.10.02   Good Morning America, ABC TV   New York,  NY  

Fall Tour of North America with Bob Dylan

  1998.10.18   Production Rehearsal, the Complex - Stage 1   Hollywood,  CA  
  1998.10.19   Production Rehearsal, the Complex - Stage 1   Hollywood,  CA  
  1998.10.20   Production Rehearsal, the Complex - Stage 1   Hollywood,  CA  
  1998.10.21   Production Rehearsal, the Complex - Stage 1   Hollywood,  CA  

  1998.10.23   Target Center   Minneapolis,  MN  
  1998.10.25   United Center   Chicago,  IL  
  1998.10.26   Market Square Arena   Indianapolis,  IN  
  1998.10.28   The Palace of Auburn Hills   Auburn Hills,  MI  
  1998.10.29   Maple Leaf Gardens   Toronto,  ON  
  1998.10.30   Corel Center   Kanata,  ON  

  1998.11.01   Madison Square Garden   New York,  NY  
  1998.11.02   The War Memorial at Oncenter   Syracuse,  NY  
  1998.11.03   Blue Cross Arena   Rochester,  NY  
  1998.11.05   Cole Fieldhouse, Univ. of Maryland   College Park,  MD  
  1998.11.07   Alexander Memorial Coliseum, Georgia Tech   Atlanta,  GA  

End of tour

  1998.11.21   Punk Jazz - Liberty City—BBC Radio 3   London,  England  
The second program of the three-part documentary,
Punk Jazz: A Portrait Of Jaco Pastorius with comments
from Joni Mitchell, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter,
Don Alias and others.


1999

  1999.02.20   Joni Mitchell - Both Sides Now—BBC Radio 2   Los Angeles,  CA  
A profile of Joni hosted by Mary Black, which included
recording excerpts and comments from Joni, Elliot Roberts,
Graham Nash, Peter Gabriel and Natalie Merchant

  1999.02.28   Musikbolaget   Los Angeles,  CA  
A music and interview program broadcast in Sweden

  1999.04.08   Take It Easy–California Cool—BBC Radio 2   London,  England  
A look at the early careers of Crosby, Stills & Nash,
Jackson Browne and the Eagles (with comments from
Joni, Roger McGuinn, David Crosby, Graham Nash,
Jackson Browne, Peter Asher, Linda Ronstadt,
Don Henley and Glen Frey)

  1999.04.15   Take It Easy –California Cool—BBC Radio 2   London,  England  
A look at the ascendancy of California rock in the mid-1970’s
(with comments from Joni, Graham Nash, David Crosby,
Peter Asher, Randy Newman and others)

  1999.04.22   Take It Easy– California Cool—BBC Radio 2   London,  England  
A look at the political aspects of the West Coast music scene
(with comments from Joni, Jackson Browne, Randy Newman,
Don Henley and others)

  1999.05.17   The Beverly Hilton Hotel   Beverly Hills,  CA  
The 16th annual ASCAP Pop Music Awards took place.
Joni was honored with the Founders Award, ASCAP's
highest honor bestowed upon songwriters. Janet Jackson
and Stevie Wonder participated in a tribute to Joni.

  1999.07.01   Joni'’s Jazz—Central Park   New York,  NY  
A live concert celebrating the music of Joni Mitchell with
a special focus on the albums Mingus, Court And Spark,
The Hissing Of Summer Lawns
and Hejira. Guest artists
included Eric Andersen, Dean Bowman, Erin Hamilton,
Jon Hendricks & Annie Ross, Joe Jackson, John Kelly,
Chaka Khan, P.M. Dawn, Toshi Reagon, Carl Hancock Rux,
Duncan Sheik and Jane Siberry.

  1999.12.01   Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE)   Los Angeles,  CA  
Guest curator, artist Amy Adler, collaborated with Joni to
create an display of her paintings for an exhibition titled
Amy Adler curates Joni Mitchell. The exhibition was on
view from Dec. 1-Dec. 23.

  1999.12     Interview KCSN-FM   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Rene Ingle during a walking tour of
the Amy Adler curates Joni Mitchell exhibition at LACE.
Broadcast on Dec. 21.


2000

  2000.02.02   Interview—Joni's Home   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Stephanie Bennett for the unreleased
documentary film Joni Mitchell - –Both Sides Now And Then.

  2000.02.11   The Magazine—CBC TV Newsworld   Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by music critic Ross Porter
for a segment, titled All That Joni.

  2000.03.15   Year 2000—Niche-TV.com   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni presented a sobering perspective on the future
of the planet in an internet webcast interview for
The Millenium Project.

  2000.03.22   SpeakEasy—MuchMoreMusic TV   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Jana Lyn White.

  2000.04     Words + Music—Interview   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni discussed her new CD Both Sides Now. The
interview was also released by Reprise Records
on a promotional Words + Music CD.

  2000.04.03   The Late Show With David Letterman—CBS TV   New York,  NY  

  2000.04.03   The Today Show—NBC TV   New York,  NY  
Broadcast on April 14

  2000.04.04   The Rosie O'Donnell Show—NBC Television Studio   New York,  NY  
Broadcast on April 10

  2000.04.06   All-Star Tribute To Joni Mitchell—Hammerstein Ballroom   New York,  NY  
Joni attended as various musicians paid tribute to her and
her music. Among the performers were Cyndi Lauper, James
Taylor, Cassandra Wilson, Richard Thompson, Shawn Colvin
and Elton John. Joni also performed accompanied by a full
orchestra. An edited videotape of the event was shown on
the TNT cable TV network on April 16.

  2000.05.08   RadioWoodstock.com   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni discussed her newest CD release during an interview
broadcast on the internet.

Both Sides Now Tour of North America

  2000.05.09   Production Rehearsal—Raleigh Studios   Manhattan Beach,  CA  
  2000.05.10   Production Rehearsal—Raleigh Studios   Manhattan Beach,  CA  

  2000.05.12   Greek Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
  2000.05.13   Chronicle Pavilion at Concord   Concord,  CA  
  2000.05.17   Mars Music Ampitheatre   West Palm Beach,  FL  
  2000.05.19   Chastain Park Amphitheater   Atlanta,  GA  
  2000.05.22   The Theatre at Madison Square Garden   New York,  NY  
  2000.05.23   The Theatre at Madison Square Garden   New York,  NY  
  2000.05.25   Merriweather Post Pavilion   Columbia,  MD  
  2000.05.27   Oakdale Theater   Wallingford,  CT  
  2000.05.28   FleetBoston Pavilion   Boston,  MA  
  2000.05.30   Rosemont Theater   Rosemont,  IL  
  2000.05.31   Pine Knob Music Theatre   Clarkston,  MI  
  2000.06.02   Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre   Camden,  NJ  

End of tour

  2000.06.29   Interview-Session   Saskatoon,  SK  
Joni was interviewed by Stephanie Bennett for the unreleased
documentary film Joni Mitchell - Both Sides Now And Then.

  2000.06.30   Interview-Session   Saskatoon,  SK  
Joni was interviewed by Stephanie Bennett for the unreleased
documentary film Joni Mitchell - Both Sides Now And Then.

  2000.06.30   Mendel Gallery (Opening Ceremony)   Saskatoon,  SK  
  2000.06.30   Mendel Gallery (Press Conference)   Saskatoon,  SK  
Joni appeared at the opening of VOICES: JONI MITCHELL,
a retrospective of her artwork. The exhibit continued through
Sept. 17.

  2000.09.27   The Andy Dick Show—MTV   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed as part of a humorous
Behind The Music parody segment based on
the fictional character Dale Ghostly.


2001

  2001.02.21   43rd Annual Grammy Awards—Shrine Auditorium   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni and Carlos Santana presented the "‘Record of the Year’"
award to U2. Joni and co-producer Larry Klein received the
"‘Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album"’ Grammy for the album
Both Sides Now. Vince Mendoza received the ‘"Best
Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying A Vocalist"’
award for the Both Sides Now album.

  2001.10.17   Hugh's Room   Toronto,  ON  
Accompanied by her daughter, Kilauren Gibb, Joni paid a visit
to Hugh's Room, a Toronto folk club, and sang a duet with her
old pal Eric Andersen.

  2001.10.19   Royal Alexandra Theatre   Toronto,  ON  
Joni unveiled a ‘Star’ placed in her honor on Canada’s
Walk of Fame during a dedication ceremony.

  2001.10.19   World Leaders: A Festival Of Creative Genius
—Liberty Grand-Exhibition Place
  
Toronto,  ON  
Joni was honored, spoke and performed at this evening tribute,
one of a number of events held during the Festival to honor
creative artists.


2002

  2002.04.10   When Hippies Ruled The World—BBC 2 TV   London,  England  
Joni was interviewed for a series examining fads of
the so-called psychedelic era of hippies and free love.

  2002.06.26   Interview Session-Joni's Home   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Susan Lacy and Joel Bernstein
for the forthcoming American Masters documentary.

  2002.07.01   Interview Session-Joni’'s Home   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Joel Bernstein for the
forthcoming American Masters documentary.

  2002.10.05   Interview Session-Joni'’s Home   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni and Kilauren Gibb were interviewed by Susan Lacy
for the forthcoming American Masters documentary.
Joni’s grandchildren, Marlon and Daisy, were also filmed.

  2002.11.13   Stormy Weather—Wiltern Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was the headliner at this benefit concert
for The Walden Woods Project.

  2002.11.18   13th Annual SOCAN Awards—Art Gallery of Ontario   Toronto,  ON  
Joni received the Wm. Harold Moon Award from the Society of
Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada for her
contributions to bringing international attention to Canadian music.

  2002.12.07   Graham Nash's Home   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni participated in the wedding ceremony of her goddaughter
Sari Andersen, daughter of Debbie Green and Eric Andersen,
and later joined the band at the reception for an impromptu
rendition of "Unchained Melody."


2003

  2003.01.09   Sotheby’s Auction House   New York,  NY  
Joni presented Graham Nash with the Alfred Stieglitz Award
for Creative Amateur Photography
during Aperture Magazine’s
50th Anniversary Golden Gala.

  2003.01     Unknown Location   New York,  NY  
Joni was interviewed by filmmaker Murray Lerner for the
Miles Electric: A Different Kind Of Blue
  2003.11.07   Ruby Lake Resort   Madeira Park,  BC  
Joni celebrated her 60th birthday at a small gathering of family
and friends. Late in the evening she joined the band for an
impromptu rendition of "“Love Potion No. 9.”"


2004

  2004       The Dreamland Radio Special—Radio Special   Los Angeles,  CA  
Maverick Radio Networks Inc., a 1 Hour Radio Special.

  2004.01     Les Deux Café   Hollywood,  CA  
Joni performed two songs with Les Deux Love Orchestra

  2004.05.03   Interview Session - Joni's Home   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Rosanna Arquette
for the documentary film All We Are Saying.

  2004.08.03   RadioActive—KPFK 90.7FM   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Aura Bogado and discussed her recent
Geffen Records release The Beginning of Survival.

  2004.10     Fresh Air—WHYY-FM   Philadelphia PA  
Joni was interviewed by Terry Gross.
The interview was broadcast on Oct. 20.

  2004.10.27   Pollack Hall, McGill Univ.   Montreal,  QC  
Joni was awarded an honorary “doctorate of music” degree,
the first such award she's been given in Canada. The presentation
at the school's fall convocation followed a day-long academic
symposium in her honour.

  2004.10.27   Idols & Icons—CBC TV   Montreal,  QC  
A one on one chat with Joni and highlights from a symposium
on her music held by McGill University, where she also received
an honourary degree. Broadcast on Jan. 3, 2005.

  2004.10.27   The National —CBC TV   Montreal,  QB  
A one on one chat with Joni and highlights from a symposium
on her music held by McGill University, where she also received
an honourary degree. Broadcast on Jan. 7, 2005.

  2004.10.30   Rideau Hall   Ottawa,  ON  
Joni was among 46 people inducted into the Order Of Canada
by Gov. Gen. Adrienne Clarkson. Established on July 1, 1967
to commemorate the country’s 100th birthday, the Order Of Canada
is the country'’s highest honour and recognizes outstanding
achievement and service in various fields of human endeavour.


2005

  2005.04.14   Canada AM —CTV   Bel Air,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Seamus O'Reagan at
the Bel Air Hotel. The interview was broadcast,
in Canada, on April 25 & 26.

  2005.04.22   The Commonwealth Club   San Francisco,  CA  
Joni gave a rare talk at the about her love for the environment
as part of an Earth Day celebration.

  2005.05.19   Credit Union Centre   Saskatoon,  SK  
Joni was a special guest at The Lieutenant Governor's
Centennial Gala Concert
celebrating the centenary of
Saskatchewan'’s creation as a province of Canada in 1905.
Joni did not perform at the concert but a medley of her songs
formed the show’s finale. The Queen of England and the
Duke of Edinburgh also attended.

  2005.06     Interview Session - Joni's Home   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Mark Romanek about the video
Mark conceived and directed for Janet Jackson's song
Got Til It's Gone.



2006

  2006       Interview Session - Joni's Home   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni was interviewed by Gilles Paquin for the documentary
film, "Buffy Sainte-Marie: A Multimedia Life"

  2006.03.08   All We Are Saying   Los Angeles,  CA  
Nearly 55 of the biggest names in music deliberate
on the current state of the industry, work/life balance,
and their personal inspirations in the revealing new
documentary All We Are Saying,broadcast on the
Showtime cable channel.

  2006.11.10   Lev Moross Gallery   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni attended the opening reception of an exhibition of sixty
new artworks titled Green Flag Song / Mixed Media Originals.
This was the first public showing of Joni's artwork since her
retrospective at The Mendel Gallery in Saskatoon, SK in 2000,
and the first exhibition she has created on a single motif.
The exhibit was on display from Nov. 10 until Jan. 18, 2007.

  2006.11.11   Lev Moross Gallery   Los Angeles,  CA  
Joni attended a private reception/party.


2007

  2007.01.27   King Edward Hotel   Toronto,  ON  
Joni attended a "welcome" cocktail party in honor of the 2007
inductees to the Canadian Songwriters Hall Of Fame.

  2007.01.28   Joni Mitchell: Both Sides Now—CBC Radio   Toronto,  ON  
A Documentary portrait of Joni's Life and music.

  2007.01.28   John Bassett Theatre, Metro Convention Center   Toronto,  ON  
Hall Of Fame Gala. Joni was inducted into the Canadian
Songwriters Hall of Fame
alongside legendary songwriters
Leonard Cohen and Gilles Vigneault. Five songs penned by
Joni Mitchell were officially inducted into the Canadian
Songwriters Hall of Fame and some of the most respected
artists in the music industry travelled to Toronto to pay tribute
at a ceremony at the Metro Convention Centre. The program
was broadcast nationally on CBC Radio One on Jan. 29.
A one-hour television special was broadcast nationally
by the CBC on March 5.

  2007.01.29   Canadian Songwriters Hall Of Fame Gala—CBC Radio   Toronto,  ON  
A radio broadcast featuring highlights from the
Canadian Songwriters Hall Of Fame induction ceremony.

  2007.02.08   Dancing Joni & Other Works—Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium   Calgary,  AB  
Joni attended the premier performance of
The Fiddle And The Drum, a new work set to
nine of her songs and performed by Alberta Ballet.

  2007.03.05   Words To Music: Canadian Songwriters Hall Of Fame   Toronto,  ON  
A one-hour television special broadcast by CBC TV.

  2007.03.20   Come In From The Cold: The Return Of Joni Mitchell   London,  England  
As Joni Mitchell puts the finishing touches to her first album
of new songs for nine years, she talks to Amanda Ghost in this
new, two-part series based on their in-depth conversation and
illustrated with famous and less widely known Mitchell recordings.

  2007.03.27   Come In From The Cold: The Return Of Joni Mitchell   London,  England  
Joni Mitchell talked openly to Amanda Ghost about the effect
her music has had on the world, why she dropped out of the
hit-making rat race and what it was that brought her back to
songwriting and recording as a form of creative expression,
in the concluding part of this two-part series.

  2007.09.23   Violet Ray Gallery   New York,  NY  
Joni was interviewed by Reese Erlich for the NPR program
All Things Considered. The program was broadcast on Sept. 28th.

  2007.09.24   Violet Ray Gallery   New York,  NY  
Joni was interviewed by Russ Mitchell for a profile to be
broadcast by CBS-TV on their program Sunday Morning.

  2007.09.25   Violet Ray Gallery   New York,  NY  
Joni attended the opening of an exhibition of her triptychs
called Green Flag Song, on themes of "war, torture, revolution".

  2007.09.25   Sunshine Cinema   New York,  NY  
Joni attended the New York premiere of The Fiddle and the Drum,
an anti-war ballet she co-created, based on her songs.

  2007.10.19   Meg Griffin's Disorder—Sirius Radio   New York,  NY  
Joni talks about her new album Shine, struggles with record
labels, contributing her photographs and music to a recent ballet
and the urgency of environmental concerns. Special guest and
collaborator, Herbie Hancock was present as well.

  2007.10.22   The Fiddle and the Drum—Bravo-TV   Edmonton,  AB  
Joni collaborated with Alberta Ballet's artistic director
Jean Grand-MaÌtre to create "The Fiddle and The Drum" a ballet
set to her music and performed before projections of her artwork.
This one-hour dance, music and visual arts performance special is
a reflection of Mitchell's life-long concerns about environmental
neglect and the warring nature of mankind.

  2007.10.28   Kodak Theatre   Los Angeles,  CA  
The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz is hosted an all-star tribute
concert for musician Herbie Hancock in honor of his contributions
to the genre and the music industry. Chaka Khan, Al Jarreau, Sting,
Joni Mitchell and others performed at the Event.

  2007.11.04   CBS Sunday Morning - All Sides Of Joni Mitchell   New York,  NY  
Joni spoke with Russ Mitchell about the days she used to
pay for art school by playing music at coffee shops for $15.

  2007.11.09   Tavis Smiley Program - Late Night On PBS—Late Night On PBS   Los Angeles,  CA  
A conversation about Joni's new album Shine.

  2007.11.15   Charlie Rose Program—PBS-TV   New York,  NY  
A conversation about Joni's new album Shine.

  2007.12.02   Andrew Marr Show—BBC 1 TV   London,  England  
Joni was interviewed via satellite from California.



2008

  2008.01.19   Charlie Rose - charlie's green room   New York,  NY  
Internet-Only, additional comments from Joni's Nov. 15, 2007
conversation with Charlie Rose.

  2008.03.20   20th Century Fox Sound Studios   Century City,  CA  
Joni was a guest performer during a Herbie Hancock concert
recorded for "Nissan Live Sets On Yahoo! Music" online program

  2008.04.01   Nissan Live Sets On Yahoo! Music   Century City,  CA  
Joni was a guest performer during a Herbie Hancock
concert Broadcasr 'Live' via the internet.

  2008.06.13   Luminato - Toronto Festival of Arts & Creativity   Toronto,  ON  
Joni attended the opening night of her photographic exhibition
Green Flag Song. The exhibition consisted of a series of large
green-toned triptychs created from digitally modified combinations
of photographic images, printed on canvas.

  2008.09.06   Alberta Arts Day—Jubilee Auditorium   Calgary,  AB  
Alberta Arts Day celebrates the community spirit and the
accomplishments of Alberta's many talented artists. Joni
received a special award at the gala and introduced
excerpts from her collaboration with Alberta Ballet
The Fiddle and the Drum.

  2008.09.21   Interview - Ruby Lake Resort   Madeira Park,  BC  
Joni was interviewed by Michael Buday, executive producer at
G|TOO media. Portions of the interview are included in the film
Life Of A Recording currently on display at the Grammy Museum.
The Grammy Museum wanted visitors to get a glimpse of the
creative production process from the artists point of view.
The film won a 2009 CINE Golden Eagle Award.

  2008.09.21   Interview - Ruby Lake Resort   Madeira Park,  BC  
Joni was interviewed by Max Langstaff for the forthcoming PBS
documentary series On Record: The Soundtrack Of Our Lives.
This series is slated to air nationally as a primetime series in the
Fall of 2010 on PBS. Sir George Martin, legendary producer of
the Beatles, will host. Two-time Academy Award-winning
actor Kevin Spacey will narrate.



2009



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