JoniMitchell.com has been bringing you the news on Joni since the day the website went live in 1996. It's all archived and searchable here. In addition to the news, you can find an archive of "upcoming tributes and events" that have been listed on the site as well.
Rhino Records will be releasing Joni's album "Blue" on... you guessed it... blue vinyl on January 22. Limited to 6,000 copies! More information here.
The 120-minute 'Joni 75' performance will show one night only - February 7 - in 350-400 theaters across the USA. Details are sketchy but we'll post more here as they come to light.
Norman Seeff's long-awaited book, the extraordinary collection of photographs entitled "Joni: The Joni Mitchell Sessions" is being shipped this week. It is a creative partnership that has lasted for over 40 years. Joni and Norman Seeff, a rock-and-roll photographer with a host of legendary subjects in his portfolio, did some of their best work together. Through over a dozen sessions with Joni, Norman captured the many facets of her personality in some of her most famous images.
Available through Norman's website are 2 versions of the book:
The Premium Edition:
-An 11x14 inch print.
-Password protected access to Seeff’s library of filmed sessions featuring multiple artists exploring Joni as the Boundary Dweller and innovative Artist.
-Seeff’s 7-Stage road map of the Boundary Dweller Archetype as exemplified by Joni. This schematic serves as a tool to empower personal creativity.
The Collectors Edition:
-A signed copy of the book inside a slipcase
-original limited edition signed 11x14 inch print
-A 30x40 inch signed lithographic poster
-Access to Seeff’s video library and his 7-Stage road map as described above
The standard edition, without any of the above features, is available through Amazon and other booksellers starting on December 18th.
The saga of Woody, Buzz and the gang continues. Disney and Pixar released the first trailer to "Toy Story 4." The dreamy teaser features everyone's favorite toys floating through the air. The sequence is set to "Both Sides Now."
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A Celebration of Joni Mitchell featuring Kimberly Ford is a rocking tribute to the most iconic singer-songwriter of the Woodstock generation. Mitchell touched millions with her nearly 40-year career that spanned genres from contemporary folk to jazz to full-throated pop-rock. Hear all your favorite Joni tunes, like Help Me, Conversation, Blue, River, All I Want, Free Man in Paris, Cary and, of course, Woodstock ... The band also throws in a few you might not have heard before ... To hear the band, go to www.celebrationofjonimitchell.com where you can find a video on the home page ...
Kimberly Ford, lead vocals, guitars, mandolin; Leland Rollag, guitar, violin, backup vocals; George Friedenthal, piano, keyboard, melodica, background vocals; Tom Buckner, saxophones; Tom Etchart, basses; Sven Holcomb, background vocals; Charles Levin, drums and percussion
Namba Performing Arts Space
47 South Oak Street
Ventura, CA 93001
Two-set show at 8 p.m.
For more info, call (805) 628-9250
We have just returned from a successful four-day Bay Area tour, including stops at Yoshi's Oakland and Kuumbwa Jazz Center. This is our only show in Ventura this year before we head back out on the road again in February. Our last performance in Ventura in 2016 at Music Under the Stars was a near sell out ...More information here.
Carol Lipnik and Rachelle Garniez, acclaimed songwriter-vocalists and Pangea resident fixtures, join forces in an homage to one of their most treasured inspirations, the great Joni Mitchell.
StorySound Records presents the single “Songs to Aging Children Come”, a harmonically exotic meditation on conscious listening, produced by Dick Connette.
Accompanying the single is a gorgeous video shot by Albie Mitchell and edited by Amanda Homi, which will be screened at the performance. Each known for their singularly expressive blends of beauty and humor, Lipnik and Garniez meet at the crossroads of the surreal and the psychedelic, bringing the eternally relevant message of the song into the present moment. The evening will feature more gems by Joni Mitchell as well as original compositions, and works by other women songwriters and poets from Aretha Franklin to Edna St. Vincent Millay.
Songs to Aging Children Come - Carol Lipnik & Rachelle Garniez
Single and Video Release Party
Sunday, January 20th, 7pm at
Pangea, 178 Second Ave, NYC
tix and info @ pangeanyc.com
In 75 years Joni Mitchell has quite the career: poetress, songwriter and painter. In honoring her, Duluth has a very special evening planned.
The artists include Arna Rennan, Breanne Tepler, Kate McCall Isles, Stephanie Longstreet, Gina Lee, Kim Curtis-Monson, Kristy Marie NurJehan Chisti, Leyla Aktekin, Lisa Lokken, Lyz Jaakola, Maxi Childs, Rochelle Luoma, Rose Hoene, Janie and the Spokes, Caiticoo Dita and many more. More information here.