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Susan Whitall, former Creem editor and Detroit News staffer for 30 years, will be releasing a new book called "Joni on Joni: Interviews and Encounters with Joni Mitchell" to be published by the Chicago Review Press in time for Joni's 75th birthday (November 2018). This book will be a compilation of interviews with Joni throughout the years. Susan told JoniMitchell.com "I don't think there have been enough books on Joni, not when you think of how many have been written about Dylan, or the Beatles." We agree. We're making space on our bookshelf. More info here as we get it.

Happy 74th birthday to Joni on the 7th! Leave your birthday greetings for her at WeLoveYouJoni.com. And the seasons, they go round and round...

Put your ear to the pavement on Military Street in downtown Port Huron, Michigan and you just might hear the beat of an almost unimaginably vibrant live music scene - one that vanished more than a half-century ago with the burning of the Dome in 1971.

"In the '50s, there were 17 clubs in Port Huron doing music almost seven nights a week," said Chris Troy, the St. Clair-based producer and director of the new film "Something in the Water: The History of Port Huron Music, Part I."

In the early 1960s, Joni played the Folk Cellar, below the old Military Street Cafe. So did Gordon Lightfoot. Joni was interviewed for the movie - premiering at McMorran Auditorium in Port Huron on November 11. Chris Troy plans a DVD release at some point, we'll have the news here when it's available.

Good things come in threes! Yet another book is in the works on Joni. This one will be called "Joni Mitchell: New Critical Readings", to be published by Bloomsbury late 2018 or early 2019. It’s a collection of critical essays (in the academic, not the negative sense) about Joni, and includes writings by Eric Lott, Gus Stadler, Pam Thurschwell and many others. The book is edited by Ruth Charnock, who hosted the Joni Mitchell Symposium in July of 2015. Further details will be posted here as we have them.

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Kimberly Ford has created "A Celebration of Joni Mitchell," a group of World Class musicians with a shared passion for Joni's music. They perform songs from every decade of Joni's career.

13005 N. Oracle Road, Oro Valley, AZ, 85739
Directions: Oracle Rd & Rancho Vistoso
Cost: $25 (tickets here)
Phone: 1-520-529-1000

On Friday, November 17, 2017, the legendary final concert by The Band on Thanksgiving Day in 1976 in San Francisco will be reenacted by an all-star cast of Western New York’s greatest musicians and performers. This theatrical performance will include all the music and the special guest stars from the beloved film directed by Martin Scorsese. The show will be at Babeville at 341 Delaware Ave. in Buffalo. Doors open 7 PM, Show at 8 PM.

Advanced tickets are $35, Day of Show-$40. Tickets may be purchased at the Sportsmen’s Tavern, the Babeville Box Office or online at babevillebuffalo.com for an additional fee.

Featured local performers: Doug Yeomans, Jim Whitford, Ron Davis, Pete Holquin and Jim Ehinger as The Band. Special guests for the evening will include Buck Quigley, Tom Makar, Dan Delano, Jerry Hall, Sharon Bailey, Rod Nickson, Michael McGuire, Leah Zicari, Ted Cacciatore, Eric Crittenden, Frank Grizanti, Joelle Labert, Mark Norris, Kevin Cox, Bill Smith, Matt Harris, Joe Parisi, Al Jaenecki, Harry Fackelman, Phil Knoerzer and The Brothers Blue.

This loving tribute concert is dedicated to showcasing some of Joni’s greatest compositions, especially from her first decade of recordings.

The ambitious undertaking of this multi-generational group of iconic Gainesville musicians features songs from Mitchell's first decade of recordings, including Song to a Seagull, Clouds, Ladies of the Canyon, Blue, For the Roses, Court and Spark, and Hejira. Of course, it takes four "Joni's" to do this, and they are Cathy DeWitt, Samara Crutchfield, and Janet and Maggie Rucker. The band includes David Beede, dulcimer, Richard Bassil, bass; Brad Bangstad, keyboard; Michael Derry, guitar; and Rob Rothschild, drums. DeWitt and Rucker also perform double duty on piano and guitar.

This concert will be a reprise of the standing-room-only show earlier in the year at the Thomas Center – but with a few surprises!

The venue is perfect for this concert. Heartwood Soundstage is a state-of-the-art recording studio, video production facility, and intimate performance venue - built by musicians for music lovers and music makers. More information here

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