Upcoming Tributes & Events

46 Upcoming Tributes and Events

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In celebration of the 75th birthday year of Joni Mitchell, the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and her ongoing 7-year celebration of the music of Joni Mitchell, singer and pianist Hannah Reimann presents a new staging of Mitchell’s work, BOTH SIDES NOW.

Featuring Reimann as lead vocalist, pianist and dulcimer with guest instrumentalist Michele Temple (Pere Ubu) on guitar and backing vocals. Directed by Austin Pendleton. More information here.

In celebration of the 75th birthday year of Joni Mitchell, the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and her ongoing 7-year celebration of the music of Joni Mitchell, singer and pianist Hannah Reimann presents a new staging of Mitchell’s work, BOTH SIDES NOW.

Featuring Reimann as lead vocalist, pianist and dulcimer with guest instrumentalist Michele Temple (Pere Ubu) on guitar and backing vocals. Directed by Austin Pendleton. More information here.

In celebration of the 75th birthday year of Joni Mitchell, the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and her ongoing 7-year celebration of the music of Joni Mitchell, singer and pianist Hannah Reimann presents a new staging of Mitchell’s work, BOTH SIDES NOW.

Featuring Reimann as lead vocalist, pianist and dulcimer with guest instrumentalist Michele Temple (Pere Ubu) on guitar and backing vocals. Directed by Austin Pendleton. More information here.

The Farmington Community Library will on April 25 host the author of a book that recounts folk singer Joni Mitchell’s time in Detroit and how it affected her music.

Author Susan Whitall, author of “Joni in Detroit: How the Cass Corridor Shaped Joni Mitchell’s Iconic Music”, will speak at 7 p.m. in the Main Library Auditorium, 32737 W. 12 Mile Road in Farmington Hills.

Whitall edited the collection of her interviews from Mitchell’s earliest day, along with anecdotal stories. Her presentation will include photographs and recordings.

Registration is suggested; More information here or call 248-553-6880.

The Court and Spark show will take you on a musical journey that will probably mirror your own journey through life, from Ladies of the Canyon, Clouds, For the Roses, Blue and Court and Spark, to the cool, evocative sounds of Hissing of Summer Lawns, Hejira, Mingus and Turbulent Indigo. More information here.

In celebration of the 75th birthday year of Joni Mitchell, the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and her ongoing 7-year celebration of the music of Joni Mitchell, singer and pianist Hannah Reimann presents a new staging of Mitchell’s work, BOTH SIDES NOW.

Featuring Reimann as lead vocalist, pianist and dulcimer with guest instrumentalist Michele Temple (Pere Ubu) on guitar and backing vocals. Directed by Austin Pendleton. More information here.

In celebration of the 75th birthday year of Joni Mitchell, the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and her ongoing 7-year celebration of the music of Joni Mitchell, singer and pianist Hannah Reimann presents a new staging of Mitchell’s work, BOTH SIDES NOW.

Featuring Reimann as lead vocalist, pianist and dulcimer with guest instrumentalist Michele Temple (Pere Ubu) on guitar and backing vocals. Directed by Austin Pendleton. More information here.

For years now, singer/songwriter Kiki Ebsen has enjoyed bringing the diverse catalog of Joni Mitchell's songs to those who resonate in the elegant music and profound lyrics. Kiki's Joni Mitchell Project has received wide acclaim in performances from intimate jazz clubs to outdoor festivals.

You'll enjoy this special evening and the genius of the Joni Mitchell songbook as Kiki & friends return to favorite venue Bogies at Westlake Village. In addition to solo favorites "Both Sides Now," "Case of You," "Coyote," and "Chelsea Morning," you'll enjoy her band arrangements of "Woodstock," "Big Yellow Taxi," and "Free Man in Paris," "Blonde in the Bleachers," "Twisted," "Sex Kills," “Dry Cleaners from Des Moines,” and others in selections from more than 10 of Joni’s albums.

Kiki Ebsen and her band offer original interpretations and styles to Joni’s works. Featuring: Kiki Ebsen, vocals/keys/guitar; Terry Wollman, guitar; Grant Geissman, guitar; Steve Lawrence, bass; and welcoming Bernie Dressel, drums.

Tickets are $20. Music begins at 7pm. More information here.

In celebration of the 75th birthday year of Joni Mitchell, the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and her ongoing 7-year celebration of the music of Joni Mitchell, singer and pianist Hannah Reimann presents a new staging of Mitchell’s work, BOTH SIDES NOW.

Featuring Reimann as lead vocalist, pianist and dulcimer with guest instrumentalist Michele Temple (Pere Ubu) on guitar and backing vocals. Directed by Austin Pendleton. More information here.

Inspired by Sheila Weller’s book “Girls Like Us,” the vocal trio of the same name performs on April 30 at Portage High School West Auditorium. The program celebrates the groundbreaking music of singer-songwriters Carole King, Carly Simon and Joni Mitchell.

When: 7 p.m. April 30
Where: Portage High School West Auditorium, 6450 U.S. 6, Portage
Tickets: $15 adults; free for students
Information: 219-762-5025; More information here.

In celebration of the 75th birthday year of Joni Mitchell, the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and her ongoing 7-year celebration of the music of Joni Mitchell, singer and pianist Hannah Reimann presents a new staging of Mitchell’s work, BOTH SIDES NOW.

Featuring Reimann as lead vocalist, pianist and dulcimer with guest instrumentalist Michele Temple (Pere Ubu) on guitar and backing vocals. Directed by Austin Pendleton. More information here.

2019 marks 50 years since Joni Mitchell released her album, Clouds, which featured arguably her best loved song, Both Sides Now. Singer/songwriter Joanna Eden presents a breathtaking show in celebration of her hero, lovingly recreating Joni's masterpieces from Clouds and from her wider repertoire.

In this 'labour of love' show, audiences join Joanna on a musical journey through the myriad of ideas, textures, themes, voices and emotions of Mitchell's canon. In the 'me' part of Joni & Me, Joanna traces Joni's influences in some of her own songs, describes how she introduced multi-Grammy winner Sam Smith to Joni's songs, and how it felt to watch her now-superstar student emerging as a singer/songwriter. Joanna will be joined by musicians Lewis Andrews and Chris Allard.

"Definitely worth seeking out" - Sir Michael Parkinson
"Melody, mystery and bite" - Mojo
"The UK's answer to Diana Krall and Norah Jones" - Time Out

More information here.

In celebration of the 75th birthday year of Joni Mitchell, the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and her ongoing 7-year celebration of the music of Joni Mitchell, singer and pianist Hannah Reimann presents a new staging of Mitchell’s work, BOTH SIDES NOW.

Featuring Reimann as lead vocalist, pianist and dulcimer with guest instrumentalist Michele Temple (Pere Ubu) on guitar and backing vocals. Directed by Austin Pendleton. More information here.

Celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the world premiere of Joni Mitchell's The Fiddle and the Drum, a storied collaboration that launched what has become Alberta Ballet's hallmark concept-it's signature portrait ballets.

The fruit of an intense 2-year labour of love between famed Canadian singer-songwriter, Joni Mitchell, and choreographer Jean Grand-Maître, witness what the songstress describes as "the most satisfying project of her career."

Joni Mitchell's The Fiddle and the Drum gives passionate expression to Mitchell's lifelong concern with the issues of conflict, violence and humanity's continuing devastation of the environment. Alberta Ballet dancers depict Mitchell's most famous characters from her lyrics and artwork, at times in counterpoint, abstractly illustrating our fragile hope and potential for the creation of beauty. More information here.

In celebration of the 75th birthday year of Joni Mitchell, the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and her ongoing 7-year celebration of the music of Joni Mitchell, singer and pianist Hannah Reimann presents a new staging of Mitchell’s work, BOTH SIDES NOW.

Featuring Reimann as lead vocalist, pianist and dulcimer with guest instrumentalist Michele Temple (Pere Ubu) on guitar and backing vocals. Directed by Austin Pendleton. More information here.

Due to popular demand, John and I will be presenting an expanded version of Joni Mitchell's Blue Album Tribute Concert entitled: Joni's Blue and Her Blue Lovers on May 9th, 10th, 23rd and 24th at The Monkey Hill Bar at 6100 Magazine Street in New Orleans. Besides presenting all the songs from the Blue Album, we will include songs from the men who inspired these songs, including Graham Nash, James Taylor, Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan. More information here.

The Joni Mitchell Songbook brings together a group of top-drawer musicians, led by singer Sarah Miller and keyboard player Aidan Goldstraw, whose devotion to the artist’s back catalogue shines through in performance. This is no ordinary tribute act – it’s an evening spent together, exploring the work of a musical genius.

This comprehensive survey of Joni’s career includes landmarks such as Big Yellow Taxi (her most covered song), River and A Case of You (both from the breakthrough album Blue), the radio hits of Help Me and Free Man In Paris (from double-platinum Court and Spark) and the jazz-infused stylings of In France They Kiss On Main St (The Hissing of Summer Lawns) and Coyote (Hejira). More information here.

The Court and Spark show will take you on a musical journey that will probably mirror your own journey through life, from Ladies of the Canyon, Clouds, For the Roses, Blue and Court and Spark, to the cool, evocative sounds of Hissing of Summer Lawns, Hejira, Mingus and Turbulent Indigo. More information here.

Due to popular demand, John and I will be presenting an expanded version of Joni Mitchell's Blue Album Tribute Concert entitled: Joni's Blue and Her Blue Lovers on May 9th, 10th, 23rd and 24th at The Monkey Hill Bar at 6100 Magazine Street in New Orleans. Besides presenting all the songs from the Blue Album, we will include songs from the men who inspired these songs, including Graham Nash, James Taylor, Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan. More information here.

Celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the world premiere of Joni Mitchell's The Fiddle and the Drum, a storied collaboration that launched what has become Alberta Ballet's hallmark concept-it's signature portrait ballets.

The fruit of an intense 2-year labour of love between famed Canadian singer-songwriter, Joni Mitchell, and choreographer Jean Grand-Maître, witness what the songstress describes as "the most satisfying project of her career."

Joni Mitchell's The Fiddle and the Drum gives passionate expression to Mitchell's lifelong concern with the issues of conflict, violence and humanity's continuing devastation of the environment. Alberta Ballet dancers depict Mitchell's most famous characters from her lyrics and artwork, at times in counterpoint, abstractly illustrating our fragile hope and potential for the creation of beauty. More information here.

Singer Kimberly Ford has created "A Celebration of Joni Mitchell," a group of World Class musicians with a shared passion for Joni's music. The band includes George Friedenthal on keys; Lee Rollag on guitar; Tom Buckner on saxophone; Tom Etchart on bass, and Charles Levin on drums. They perform songs from every decade of Joni's career.

Kimberly and the band perform beautifully nuanced versions of Joni's quintessential classics, without resorting to Tribute Band-style mimicry... A true "celebration" of Mitchell's artistry. Ford has been a fan since her coming-of-age years, where she learned to sing using Mitchell’s soul-baring, 1971 “Blue” album as a primer. “Her poetry and melodies spoke to my experiences before I even had a language for them." More information here.

Katie Catinella seems to have channeled the romance and spirit of Joni. This is no mere recreation of sounds and looks; this is an artist’s recreation of the album and the artist. Every song beckons you back to the Age of Aquarius, every anecdote is informative and interesting. Katie is amazing with her interpretations. John Cain accompanies on lead guitar and piano, and balances tasteful with terrific. Monkey Hill Bar Annex, 6100 Magazine Street, New Orleans. Reservations: melonsongs@gmail.com.

Katie Catinella seems to have channeled the romance and spirit of Joni. This is no mere recreation of sounds and looks; this is an artist’s recreation of the album and the artist. Every song beckons you back to the Age of Aquarius, every anecdote is informative and interesting. Katie is amazing with her interpretations. John Cain accompanies on lead guitar and piano, and balances tasteful with terrific. Monkey Hill Bar Annex, 6100 Magazine Street, New Orleans. Reservations: melonsongs@gmail.com.

In the 1960s, Toronto developed one of the world’s most vibrant music scenes, with folk, blues and rock performers who went on to international acclaim. In this whirlwind tour of the musical culture that flourished on Yonge Street and in Yorkville through the end of the decade, Curious Minds favourite Dr. Mike Daley (The Beatles and their World; Leonard Cohen: Words and Music) will bring these legendary artists—and they world they inhabited—to thrilling new life.

Using archival video, photos and recorded music, he’ll immerse us in the sights and sounds of the historic venues where they performed and showcase the extraordinary talents of musicians like The Band, Ronnie Hawkins, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. He’ll celebrate the world-renowned icons who got their start here in our city and the local stars whose musical talents left an enduring legacy.

This course is led by Dr. Mike Daley, a music historian and professional musician who has taught at Guelph, McMaster, Waterloo and York Universities. More information here.

Katie Catinella seems to have channeled the romance and spirit of Joni. This is no mere recreation of sounds and looks; this is an artist’s recreation of the album and the artist. Every song beckons you back to the Age of Aquarius, every anecdote is informative and interesting. Katie is amazing with her interpretations. John Cain accompanies on lead guitar and piano, and balances tasteful with terrific. Monkey Hill Bar Annex, 6100 Magazine Street, New Orleans. Reservations: melonsongs@gmail.com.

Due to popular demand, John and I will be presenting an expanded version of Joni Mitchell's Blue Album Tribute Concert entitled: Joni's Blue and Her Blue Lovers on May 9th, 10th, 23rd and 24th at The Monkey Hill Bar at 6100 Magazine Street in New Orleans. Besides presenting all the songs from the Blue Album, we will include songs from the men who inspired these songs, including Graham Nash, James Taylor, Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan. More information here.

Katie Catinella seems to have channeled the romance and spirit of Joni. This is no mere recreation of sounds and looks; this is an artist’s recreation of the album and the artist. Every song beckons you back to the Age of Aquarius, every anecdote is informative and interesting. Katie is amazing with her interpretations. John Cain accompanies on lead guitar and piano, and balances tasteful with terrific. Monkey Hill Bar Annex, 6100 Magazine Street, New Orleans. Reservations: melonsongs@gmail.com.

In the 1960s, Toronto developed one of the world’s most vibrant music scenes, with folk, blues and rock performers who went on to international acclaim. In this whirlwind tour of the musical culture that flourished on Yonge Street and in Yorkville through the end of the decade, Curious Minds favourite Dr. Mike Daley (The Beatles and their World; Leonard Cohen: Words and Music) will bring these legendary artists—and they world they inhabited—to thrilling new life.

Using archival video, photos and recorded music, he’ll immerse us in the sights and sounds of the historic venues where they performed and showcase the extraordinary talents of musicians like The Band, Ronnie Hawkins, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. He’ll celebrate the world-renowned icons who got their start here in our city and the local stars whose musical talents left an enduring legacy.

This course is led by Dr. Mike Daley, a music historian and professional musician who has taught at Guelph, McMaster, Waterloo and York Universities. More information here.

Due to popular demand, John and I will be presenting an expanded version of Joni Mitchell's Blue Album Tribute Concert entitled: Joni's Blue and Her Blue Lovers on May 9th, 10th, 23rd and 24th at The Monkey Hill Bar at 6100 Magazine Street in New Orleans. Besides presenting all the songs from the Blue Album, we will include songs from the men who inspired these songs, including Graham Nash, James Taylor, Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan. More information here.

In the 1960s, Toronto developed one of the world’s most vibrant music scenes, with folk, blues and rock performers who went on to international acclaim. In this whirlwind tour of the musical culture that flourished on Yonge Street and in Yorkville through the end of the decade, Curious Minds favourite Dr. Mike Daley (The Beatles and their World; Leonard Cohen: Words and Music) will bring these legendary artists—and they world they inhabited—to thrilling new life.

Using archival video, photos and recorded music, he’ll immerse us in the sights and sounds of the historic venues where they performed and showcase the extraordinary talents of musicians like The Band, Ronnie Hawkins, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. He’ll celebrate the world-renowned icons who got their start here in our city and the local stars whose musical talents left an enduring legacy.

This course is led by Dr. Mike Daley, a music historian and professional musician who has taught at Guelph, McMaster, Waterloo and York Universities. More information here.

Cantus shows off a completely different side with Covers, arranging and performing the everyday classics of our time. This year features Joni Mitchell’s acclaimed album Blue performed in its entirety — as well as songs by artists like The Beatles, Queen, Michael Jackson, and more. You won’t want to miss it! More information here

In the 1960s, Toronto developed one of the world’s most vibrant music scenes, with folk, blues and rock performers who went on to international acclaim. In this whirlwind tour of the musical culture that flourished on Yonge Street and in Yorkville through the end of the decade, Curious Minds favourite Dr. Mike Daley (The Beatles and their World; Leonard Cohen: Words and Music) will bring these legendary artists—and they world they inhabited—to thrilling new life.

Using archival video, photos and recorded music, he’ll immerse us in the sights and sounds of the historic venues where they performed and showcase the extraordinary talents of musicians like The Band, Ronnie Hawkins, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. He’ll celebrate the world-renowned icons who got their start here in our city and the local stars whose musical talents left an enduring legacy.

This course is led by Dr. Mike Daley, a music historian and professional musician who has taught at Guelph, McMaster, Waterloo and York Universities. More information here.

Cantus shows off a completely different side with Covers, arranging and performing the everyday classics of our time. This year features Joni Mitchell’s acclaimed album Blue performed in its entirety — as well as songs by artists like The Beatles, Queen, Michael Jackson, and more. You won’t want to miss it! More information here

Back by popular demand! Join Terri Jo Jenkins (vocals, flute & guitar) and Janine Gastineau (vocals) for the return of their acclaimed tribute show BOTH SIDES NOW: The Music of Joni Mitchell. Celebrate Joni Mitchell’s lifelong journey through music and art via intimate stories and songs from her early folk career to her peerless explorations in jazz and rock. Featuring music from SONGS TO A SEAGULL, CLOUDS, LADIES OF THE CANYON, BLUE, COURT & SPARK, TURBULENT INDIGO, HISSING OF SUMMER LAWNS, HEJIRA, MINGUS, and more. 7pm Saturday, June 8 at the Muse Performance Space, 200 E. South Boulder Rd, Lafayette CO. $15 cover. BOTH SIDES NOW also features a backing band of Denver’s top jazz and folk players: Eric Gunnison (piano), Bill Kopper (guitar), Bill McCrossen (bass) and Raoul Rossiter (percussion). More information here, here, and here.

The Joni Mitchell Songbook brings together a group of top-drawer musicians, led by singer Sarah Miller and keyboard player Aidan Goldstraw, whose devotion to the artist’s back catalogue shines through in performance. This is no ordinary tribute act – it’s an evening spent together, exploring the work of a musical genius.

This comprehensive survey of Joni’s career includes landmarks such as Big Yellow Taxi (her most covered song), River and A Case of You (both from the breakthrough album Blue), the radio hits of Help Me and Free Man In Paris (from double-platinum Court and Spark) and the jazz-infused stylings of In France They Kiss On Main St (The Hissing of Summer Lawns) and Coyote (Hejira). More information here.

The Joni Mitchell Songbook brings together a group of top-drawer musicians, led by singer Sarah Miller and keyboard player Aidan Goldstraw, whose devotion to the artist’s back catalogue shines through in performance. This is no ordinary tribute act – it’s an evening spent together, exploring the work of a musical genius.

This comprehensive survey of Joni’s career includes landmarks such as Big Yellow Taxi (her most covered song), River and A Case of You (both from the breakthrough album Blue), the radio hits of Help Me and Free Man In Paris (from double-platinum Court and Spark) and the jazz-infused stylings of In France They Kiss On Main St (The Hissing of Summer Lawns) and Coyote (Hejira). More information here.

In the 1960s, Toronto developed one of the world’s most vibrant music scenes, with folk, blues and rock performers who went on to international acclaim. In this whirlwind tour of the musical culture that flourished on Yonge Street and in Yorkville through the end of the decade, Curious Minds favourite Dr. Mike Daley (The Beatles and their World; Leonard Cohen: Words and Music) will bring these legendary artists—and they world they inhabited—to thrilling new life.

Using archival video, photos and recorded music, he’ll immerse us in the sights and sounds of the historic venues where they performed and showcase the extraordinary talents of musicians like The Band, Ronnie Hawkins, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. He’ll celebrate the world-renowned icons who got their start here in our city and the local stars whose musical talents left an enduring legacy.

This course is led by Dr. Mike Daley, a music historian and professional musician who has taught at Guelph, McMaster, Waterloo and York Universities. More information here.

Join us for a creative reimagining of Mitchell's groundbreaking music! Andrea Bunch, Emily Thompson, and Ashley Kushner bring decades of singing experience to their original harmony arrangements of Mitchell's work. Randy Morris (guitar), Greg Nergaard (bass) and Janet Cramer (drums) bring virtuosic instrumentation to these much beloved tunes. More information here.

The Stables, Wavendon, UK, Wednesday 19th June 8.45pm

This year marks 50 years since Joni Mitchell released her album 'Clouds' which featured maybe her best loved song 'Both Sides Now'.

Singer/songwriter Joanna Eden presents a breathtaking show in celebration of her hero lovingly recreating Joni's masterpieces from Clouds and from Joni's wider repertoire.

In this 'labour of love' show, audiences join Joanna on a musical journey through the myriad of ideas, textures, themes, voices and emotions of Mitchell's canon.

Joanna accompanies herself on piano and is joined by singer/guitarist Lewis Andrews. More information here.

In the 1960s, Toronto developed one of the world’s most vibrant music scenes, with folk, blues and rock performers who went on to international acclaim. In this whirlwind tour of the musical culture that flourished on Yonge Street and in Yorkville through the end of the decade, Curious Minds favourite Dr. Mike Daley (The Beatles and their World; Leonard Cohen: Words and Music) will bring these legendary artists—and they world they inhabited—to thrilling new life.

Using archival video, photos and recorded music, he’ll immerse us in the sights and sounds of the historic venues where they performed and showcase the extraordinary talents of musicians like The Band, Ronnie Hawkins, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Gordon Lightfoot, Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. He’ll celebrate the world-renowned icons who got their start here in our city and the local stars whose musical talents left an enduring legacy.

This course is led by Dr. Mike Daley, a music historian and professional musician who has taught at Guelph, McMaster, Waterloo and York Universities. More information here.

2019 marks 50 years since Joni Mitchell released her album, Clouds, which featured arguably her best loved song, Both Sides Now. Singer/songwriter Joanna Eden presents a breathtaking show in celebration of her hero, lovingly recreating Joni's masterpieces from Clouds and from her wider repertoire.

In this 'labour of love' show, audiences join Joanna on a musical journey through the myriad of ideas, textures, themes, voices and emotions of Mitchell's canon. In the 'me' part of Joni & Me, Joanna traces Joni's influences in some of her own songs, describes how she introduced multi-Grammy winner Sam Smith to Joni's songs, and how it felt to watch her now-superstar student emerging as a singer/songwriter. Joanna will be joined by musicians Lewis Andrews and Chris Allard.

"Definitely worth seeking out" - Sir Michael Parkinson
"Melody, mystery and bite" - Mojo
"The UK's answer to Diana Krall and Norah Jones" - Time Out

More information here.

The Court and Spark show will take you on a musical journey that will probably mirror your own journey through life, from Ladies of the Canyon, Clouds, For the Roses, Blue and Court and Spark, to the cool, evocative sounds of Hissing of Summer Lawns, Hejira, Mingus and Turbulent Indigo. More information here.

BOTH SIDES NOW: The Music of Joni Mitchell- Featuring vocalists Janine Gastineau & Terri Jo Jenkins, plus Eric Gunnison (pno), Bill Kopper (gtr), Bill McCrossen (b), Raoul Rossiter (drums).

Frank Nichols' House Concerts, Aurora CO
(RSVP for address to frankcn@earthlink.net, seating is limited!) *No Cover! TIPS welcome!*
Potluck - bring any food item OR bottle of wine to share. More information here.

The Joni Mitchell Songbook brings together a group of top-drawer musicians, led by singer Sarah Miller and keyboard player Aidan Goldstraw, whose devotion to the artist’s back catalogue shines through in performance. This is no ordinary tribute act – it’s an evening spent together, exploring the work of a musical genius.

This comprehensive survey of Joni’s career includes landmarks such as Big Yellow Taxi (her most covered song), River and A Case of You (both from the breakthrough album Blue), the radio hits of Help Me and Free Man In Paris (from double-platinum Court and Spark) and the jazz-infused stylings of In France They Kiss On Main St (The Hissing of Summer Lawns) and Coyote (Hejira). More information here.

Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile will perform Joni‘s album Blue during her Walt Disney Concert Hall debut in Los Angeles on October 14. Carlile’s one-time special concert event has been dubbed “Songs Are Like Tattoos.”

Here’s what Brandi had to say about the upcoming show:

“Blue might very well be the best album ever made. I feel the need to play this masterpiece in its entirety so that I can honor Joni Mitchell and the way this album brought me into myself, but also so that I can hear it live too! My soul will be listening alongside yours.

If Joni is right and “songs are like tattoos,” then these songs are an indelible part of our collective story and coming of age. ‘Part of you pours out of me in these lines from time to time.’ Let’s do Blue. Hearts on sleeves and voices raised.

Let’s do this one for Joni.” More information here.

The Joni Mitchell Songbook brings together a group of top-drawer musicians, led by singer Sarah Miller and keyboard player Aidan Goldstraw, whose devotion to the artist’s back catalogue shines through in performance. This is no ordinary tribute act – it’s an evening spent together, exploring the work of a musical genius.

This comprehensive survey of Joni’s career includes landmarks such as Big Yellow Taxi (her most covered song), River and A Case of You (both from the breakthrough album Blue), the radio hits of Help Me and Free Man In Paris (from double-platinum Court and Spark) and the jazz-infused stylings of In France They Kiss On Main St (The Hissing of Summer Lawns) and Coyote (Hejira). More information here.