A CHRONOLOGY OF APPEARANCES  v4.0
Compiled by Simon Montgomery, © 2001
 

1972 Tour of North America
1972 Tour of Europe
1974 Tour of North America
1975 Rolling Thunder Revue
1976 Tour of the United States
1979 Tour of North America
1983 Refuge World Tour
1998 West Coast Tour of North America
1998 Fall Tour of North America
2000 Both Sides Now Tour Of North America

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  1965.03     The Pink Panther    Stratford,  ON  

  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)

  1966.04.23   The Sippin' Lizzard Coffee House    Flint,  MI  
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

  1966.11.10   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.

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

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

  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.

  1967.02.09   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.

  1967.05.24   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   The 2nd Fret    Philadelphia,  PA  
  1967.07.05   'Camp Fortune' Summer Festival    Gatineau Park,  QC  
A live concert broadcast by the CBC.

  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.

  1967.08.13   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.

  1967.10.23   The Folklore Center    New York,  NY  

  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  

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

  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  
  1968.03.20   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  

  1968.04.30   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.

  1968.06.30   Capitol Theatre    Ottawa,  ON  

  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  

  1968.08.11   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.

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

  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     University of Massachusetts    Amherst,  MA  
  1968.11     Cahn Auditorium, Northwestern University    Evanston,  IL  

  1968.11     University of Windsor    Windsor,  ON  
  1968.11     Unknown Venue    Halifax,  NS  

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

  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.

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

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

  1969.08.22   CalExpo - California Exposition & State Fair    Sacramento,  CA  

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

  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.

  1970.10.09   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.

  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.

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

  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.

  1975.04.29   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.

  1975.10.17   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.

  1976.01.23   Municipal Auditorium    San Antonio,  TX  
  1976.05.16   Tarrant County Convention Center    Fort Worth,  TX  
Joni's guest appearance with The Rolling Thunder Revue.

  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.

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

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

  1983.03.21   Melbourne Concert Hall    Melbourne,  Australia  

  1983.06.17   Compton Terrace    Tempe,  AZ  

  1983.07.11   Four Seasons Hotel    Toronto,  ON  
Joni & Larry Klein held a press conference.
  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.

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

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

  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.

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

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

  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.

  1988.07.07   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)

  1988.12.09   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.
  1989.09.08   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"
  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.

  1994.08.19   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     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     Midday—CBC TV    Toronto,  ON  
Joni was interviewed by Kevin Newman.
Broadcast on Oct. 22

  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.

  1994.10     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.

  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.

  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  

  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.

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

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

  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.

  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       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.
  2007.01.27   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.

  2008.01.19   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.

  2008.09.06   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.

 

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