A CHRONOLOGY OF APPEARANCES
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1974.01.26  Hill Auditorium, Univ. of Michigan  Ann Arbor, MI

» This Concert is a part of the 1974 Summer Tour of North America.

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Hill Auditorium at the University of Michigan.
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michjonifan on 2012-Jun-19 at 14:25:38 GMT-5:
I was blown away by this concert. My friend Brendan and I couldn't find dates so we both went and then thought we would try to meet Joni after the show. So we somehow were able to sneak in backstage at Hill following the amazing show. When Joni and her people swept on by, I somehow got behind her and tapped her on the shoulder. She actually stopped and turned and looked at me. I told her I'm a huge fan and told her that I would just love a kiss. Joni said, "Well i have greasy lipstick on but sure." So she kissed me right on the lips and, of course, I was in heaven. Hours later I was laying on my bed in my dorm room at Michigan, a guy walked in looked at me with this huge smile on my face and said, "What's with you?" I said, "Quiet, don't bother me, i'm reliving the experience!" My roommate Steve explained that I had just been kissed by Joni Mitchell. Ahhh Joni what a concert, what a night! Thanks for that night and for all your amazing music over the years!!!!!!!!! You never ever leave me Blue. Love, Richard  [ed.]  [ed.]  [ed.]  [ed.]
bhenry702 on 2010-Sep-23 at 11:57:41 GMT-5:
Long time ago but I recall it as one of the best concerts I've ever seen. I sat in the first row of the balcony at Hill Auditorium and I can remember my amazement of this powerful voice from such a petite lady.