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Melody Maker
March 20, 1976
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JONI MITCHELL'S British concerts are off. She has cancelled her entire European tour this summer because of exhaustion. "Joni's been touring the States and now doctors have ordered her to rest for five months," Barry Dickins of MAM, who were promoting the British shows, told the Melody Maker this week. "It means that she's had to cancel tours of Australia, Japan and Europe."

Mitchell, as exclusively reported in the MM last January, was due to play just four concerts in Britain: Hammersmith Odeon in London from May 27 to 29 and the Glasgow Apollo on May 31.

Also included in her schedule were concerts in Scandinavia, Germany, Holland and France.

The four British shows were sell-outs. Ticket money, however, will be refunded. People who bought tickets direct from MAM should return them enclosing a stamped, addressed envelope, to the MAM office at 24-25 New Bond Street, London. Tickets bought from agencies should be returned to the appropriate office for a refund.

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