Upcoming Tributes & Events

10 Upcoming Tributes and Events

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Joni Mitchell, a supreme model of excellence, sensitivity and integrity. Such a singular writing, at the same time poetic and precise, moving and scathing, which innervates the least of his songs. A true folk prodigy, she has touched hearts around the world and continues to inspire new generations.

Coming from a rich musical and cultural mix, the universe of Virginie is imbued with jazz, blues, Latin, Brazilian, African and soul colors. Great vocal abilities, mastery of improvisation, a warm and bewitching voice at maturity in his art which will be sublimated by the play of the 4 excellent musicians who accompany him.

Complicity and emotions at the rendezvous of this jam. A must for the Baiser Salé!

Virginie Côte voice
Franck Monbaylet piano
William Brunard bass
Frédéric Sicart drums
François Constantin percus/lead

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Oct 6 & 7, 7:30pm – In June of 1971 Joni Mitchell released what would go on to be her most beloved work, the now legendary album “Blue”. A deeply honest and vulnerable collection of songs, Blue has been the soundtrack to the lives of so many throughout the past 5 decades as they’ve navigated their own tumultuous relationships, joys, and sorrows, or as Joni put it, “love so naughty it makes you weak in the knees.” In celebration of 50 years since its release, Broadway songstress Katie Boeck (Voice of Wendla in the Tony-Nominated Revival of Spring Awakening, The Newsroom), is playing and singing the album from start to finish, offering a chance to hear the songs as performed on the record, honoring their original arrangements while interpreting them through her own musical lens and connecting the themes to her own life. From the lonely roads of “All I Want” to the winds of Africa in “Carey” and the “Acid, booze and ass” of the titular track, Katie’s voice echoes the soaring emotional range, playful textures, and haunting hues of Joni’s “Blue” in a way that few can emulate. The show features Katie on Piano, Guitar and Dulcimer, Michael Gannon (Guitar, Vocals), Chris Benelli (Percussion), and Makenna Hartlin (Background Vocals). Tickets for the 6th and for the 7th.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Joni Mitchell’s seminal album “Blue” with classic songs “A Case Of You” : “My Old Man” and many more, we present the outstanding singer/pianist Joanna Eden.

Following on her many sell out shows with Jazz at The Movies, Swinging Christmas and her Embraceable Ella, and Joni Mitchell’s “Clouds” album, Joanna returns to Crazy Coqs with this further celebration of the life and music of the iconic US singer/song writer.

Starting as a finger-picking folkie and winding up as a jazz-savvy experimentalist, Joni Mitchell has brought a sharp eye, light touch and an agile trill of a voice to her songs, which have often dissected her romances and skewered myopic governments.

Mitchell became a critical sensation on Detroit’s folk scene, and her notices led to a series of successful engagements in New York. These early songs, ”Both Sides Now”, “Eastern Rain”, “The Circle Game” & ”Clouds” have become standards.

Joanna on piano, with accomplished guitar & bass virtuoso, Andres Lafone, make a compelling musical duo. More information here.

As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the classic Joni Mitchell masterpiece, Blue, this workshop will delve into the creativity and evolution of Joni Mitchell’s innovative compositions. Considered one of the most important composers of our time, Mitchell has blessed us with her often prophetic, emotional and honest lyrics along with an advanced harmonic sense that put her in the company of iconic musicians like Jaco Pastorious, Charles Mingus, Pat Metheny, James Taylor and more.

The Evolution - Part 1: Explores the music of Joni Mitchell through the years examining her evolution from folk, jazz and other influences. Special attention will be given to her harmonic approach, poetic lyrics and musical relationships. Primarily there will be listening, discussion and conversation regarding her contributions as an honored musical artist. More information here.

Brandi Carlile will perform Joni Mitchell’s Blue in its entirety at Carnegie Hall this fall, her second time covering the legendary LP.

Carlile first performed the album in October 2019 in Los Angeles, shortly after she met the singer-songwriter at her 75th birthday tribute concert. Since then, the two musicians have formed a close bond, with Carlile recently writing the liner notes for the 50th-anniversary reissue of Blue.

“In my opinion, Blue is the greatest album ever made,” she wrote. “Blue didn’t make me a better songwriter. Blue made me a better woman… No matter what we are dealing with in these times we can rejoice and know that of all the ages we could have lived through, we lived in the time of Joni Mitchell.”

General tickets for the November 6th concert go on sale Thursday at 11 am E.T. Carlile recently announced her new album In These Silent Days, out October 1st via Low Country Sound/Elektra Records.

In honor of Ms. Mitchell’s 77th birthday, Reckless Daughter - In Celebration of Joni Mitchell will perform the album “Blue”, plus hits and deep cuts from selected albums and adapted live arrangements.

2021 marks the 50th Anniversary of the release of “Blue”. In “Blue”, Ms. Mitchell reveals her personal truth through her storytelling style of songwriting. Vulnerable, heart breaking with glimmers of hope to a new future, the album marks her first step beyond the “folk singer” classification imposed by the recording industry. Produced by Ms. Mitchell, with James Taylor having a few guest appearances, it’s stark style leaves room for each track to unfold to the next. Each song, as she later wrote, a confession that ended up taking years to be actually revealed. Beloved throughout the world, “Blue” is a masterpiece and a treasured work in most music enthusiasts collections and playlists.

Joining Peg Talbott-Lane on vocals for “Blue” are Amanda Brizzi, Roxy Fae, Irene Lambrou & Shannon McGill.

Reckless Daughter - In Celebration of Joni Mitchell, curated / produced by Peg Talbott-Lane, features an 9-piece band under the music direction of guitarist Troy Schoenmeier:| Mark Schreiber & James Farrell on Drums / Percussion | Glenn Marrazzo, Bass | Tony Winkler & Barry Hollander, Acoustic, Electric Guitar & Mandolin | Rob Lawrence, Piano/Organ | Mark Zelesky, Horns | Andrew McMaster, Piano.

Love City Music Collective is a group consisting of Philadelphia area vocalists and musicians with a mission of re-covering influential contemporary Rock / Alternative music no longer being played live by the original artist. More information here.

As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the classic Joni Mitchell masterpiece, Blue, this workshop will delve into the creativity and evolution of Joni Mitchell’s innovative compositions. Considered one of the most important composers of our time, Mitchell has blessed us with her often prophetic, emotional and honest lyrics along with an advanced harmonic sense that put her in the company of iconic musicians like Jaco Pastorious, Charles Mingus, Pat Metheny, James Taylor and more.

The Evolution - Part 1: Exploring Joni Mitchell songs recorded by other artists through the years including dedication recordings such as River: The Joni Letters (Herbie Hancock), After Blue (Tierney Sutton), Songs of Shadow, Songs of Light (Laurie Antonioli) and A Tribute to Joni Mitchell (various artists). More information here.

For the final JBGB Events Jazz Cabaret series at Piano Smithfield, and to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Joni Mitchell’s seminal album “Blue” with classic songs “A Case Of You” : “My Old Man” and many more, we present the outstanding singer/pianist Joanna Eden.

Following on from her many sell out shows with Jazz at The Movies, Swinging Christmas: her Embraceable Ella show, and Joni Mitchell’s “Clouds” album plus a most recent show at The Crazy Coqs, Joanna presents this further celebration of the life and music of the most iconic US singer/song writer.

Starting as a finger-picking folkie and winding up as a jazz-savvy experimentalist, Joni Mitchell has brought a sharp eye, light touch and an agile trill of a voice to her songs, which have often dissected her romances and skewered myopic governments.

Mitchell became a critical sensation on Detroit’s folk scene, and her notices led to a series of successful engagements in New York. These early songs, ”Both Sides Now” “Eastern Rain” “The Circle Game” & ”Clouds” have become standards. More information here.

2021 is the 50th anniversary of Joni Mitchell’s iconic album, Blue. So Sara Colman and her 10 piece band come together to celebrate Mitchell’s music and songs with the launch of her own CD, Ink on a Pin. It features lush strings, soaring horns and richly expressive vocals, proving why Colman is considered one of our leading jazz singers. Breathtaking! More information here.