Upcoming Tributes & Events

43 Upcoming Tributes and Events

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Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema in Toronto will feature a 6-part lecture series on Joni. Dr. Mike Daley tells Joni’s story in detail, exploring her Alberta and Saskatchewan upbringing, her early years in Toronto's burgeoning folk scene, her musical partnerships, and the romantic affairs and marriages that inspired some of her unforgettable compositions. He’ll examine the fascinating life and career of a Canadian icon.

Led by Dr. Mike Daley (Leonard Cohen: Words and Music, The Beatles and their World, Bob Dylan: Words and Music), a music historian and professional musician who has taught at Guelph, McMaster, Waterloo and York Universities.

Part 2: October 22: Joni's breakthrough
Part 3: October 29: Rock stardom
Part 4: November 12: Jazz explorations
Part 5: November 19: Navigating the changing pop landscape
Part 6: November 26: Final works and legacy projects

More information here

Marianne Trudel and Karen Young, two exceptional, engaging, genuine artists, are joining forces here for an unforgettable concert. One piano, one voice: atmospheric, intimate, and moving. An original and extremely touching take on songs by Joni Mitchell. Freedom, tenderness, spontaneity, and musical complicity distinguish this fabulous duo. A true gem! More information here.

Skate away with Bear & Co. for a spellbinding musical homage to the incomparable Joni Mitchell. The creators of last year’s smash-hit tribute to Leonard Cohen reunite to celebrate the soaring vocals, incisive vision, humour, wit, and bracing singularity of this uncompromising artist, whose painter’s hand is ever-present in her music. Passing around even more instruments than last year, Pierre Brault, Rachel Eugster, Robin Guy, and Scott Richardson—directed by Eleanor Crowder—offer “a rainbow on the wall” of huge hits and hidden gems, from the blue, red, green, and gold of “Both Sides Now” to the crimson crystal beads of “Urge for Going.”

Help us honour the Canadian genius whom Rolling Stone hails as “one of the greatest poets in 20th-century music—a visionary talent of achingly candid lyrics, fleet guitar lines and stirringly elegant vocals.” Gaze up with us at the Prairie sky as Joni Mitchell’s blaze of creative brilliance warms our hearts. And yes, you and your choir will once again be invited to join in (bearandcompanytheatre@gmail.com for details). More information here.

All ages warmly welcomed!

Buy Tickets here
Adult: $36 + $3 facility fee = $39
Senior (65+): $32 + $3 facility fee = $35
Student/Artist*/Unwaged/Preview: $20 + $3 facility fee = $23
*including Theatre Ontario members

Created by Bear & Co.
Director: Eleanor Crowder
Ensemble: Pierre Brault, Rachel Eugster, Robin Guy, Scott Richardson
October 18-27, 2018 (preview Oct. 17)
Tuesday-Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Matinees Oct. 21 at 2:30 p.m., Oct. 24 at 11 a.m., and Oct. 27 at 2:30 p.m.

Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema in Toronto will feature a 6-part lecture series on Joni. Dr. Mike Daley tells Joni’s story in detail, exploring her Alberta and Saskatchewan upbringing, her early years in Toronto's burgeoning folk scene, her musical partnerships, and the romantic affairs and marriages that inspired some of her unforgettable compositions. He’ll examine the fascinating life and career of a Canadian icon.

Led by Dr. Mike Daley (Leonard Cohen: Words and Music, The Beatles and their World, Bob Dylan: Words and Music), a music historian and professional musician who has taught at Guelph, McMaster, Waterloo and York Universities.

Part 3: October 29: Rock stardom
Part 4: November 12: Jazz explorations
Part 5: November 19: Navigating the changing pop landscape
Part 6: November 26: Final works and legacy projects

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.

The band is Aidan Goldstraw on keys, Sarah Miller (Climax Blues Band, Tony Christie) on vocals, Nick Mellor (Don Felder, John Miles) on guitar, Ollie Collins (Badly Drawn Boy, Corinne Bailey Rae) on bass and Carl Hemingsley (Wynton Marsalis, Ruby Turner) on drums. More information and tickets here.

More than a dozen of our region's top talent will pay homage to the legendary singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, in honor of her 75th birthday, in a very special concert benefiting the Myasthenia Gravis Association of Western PA. Musicians Give for MG.

General Admission ~ $20 in advance (General Admission tickets will be $25 at the door.)

VIP tickets ~ $40 each, sold by tables of 2, 4 or 6 only~ includes reserved seating, choice of one free alcoholic drink or one free soda , a limited edition poster and commemorative event t-shirt.

LOCATION
Hard Rock Cafe' Pittsburgh, 15219

More information here

Come celebrate Joni's 75th birthday with some of her biggest fans! Joni's music and art has touched the lives of so many. This show will have songs showcased from the following albums: Song to a Seagull, Clouds, Ladies of the Canyon, Blue, For the Roses, Court and Spark, The Hissing of Summer Lawns, Hejira, Don Juan's Reckless Daughter, Mingus, Wild Things Run Fast and Night Ride Home. Thats over two decades of music! The night will feature Lauren Faggiano on guitar, piano and vocals with her phenomenal band, The Good Souls supporting her.

Ken Schumacher - bass
Sungmin Shin - lead guitar
Cindy Tag - saxophones, clarinet and flutes
Sara Rogers - vocals, guitar, trumpet and flugel horn
Marc DeSalvo - drums
Abdel Albino - percussion
Amanda Dimino - backup vocals

To make this evening that much more special, Leah Zicari, Lindsey Holland, Ed Croft, Cathy Carfagna, David Meinzer & Tom Marinaro will all be making a guest appearance to share some of their favorites with you all. Roz Mikolajek will be showcasing her artistic prowess on canvas, reflecting the depth and color of Joni's music and art. This night is going to be magical, and I hope you all can join us.

More information here

Artistic Collaborations and Performances in Celebration of Joni Mitchell's 75th Birthday
8PM
Gateway City Arts
92 Race Street
Holyoke, MA
$15/ $20

A Collaboration of folk songwriting, jazz composition, and visual art. Ellen Cogen Ensemble headlines by performing some of Joni Mitchell's genre-defying compositions and collaborations as a celebration of one of the most influential songwriters and artists of our time. This set will heavily feature some of Joni's Jazz. During this set there will be live painting happening around the stage.

Ted Levine - sax
John Mason - guitar
Stephen Page - keys
Brandon Goulet - bass
Gary Rzab- drums
Ellen Cogen - voice

Opening up the night will be a variety of acts all performing their renditions and interpretations of Joni Mitchell tunes. 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 Joni Mitchell 75th Birthday Tribute is a production of Theatre Within, the grassroots non-profit behind the Annual John Lennon Tribute, now in its 38th year (11/30 at Symphony Space). All proceeds support the organization’s ongoing free workshops in music, art and meditation for the NY-metro cancer community at Gilda’s Club, NYC. More information here

When the counter-culture blossomed in the late 1960s, Joni Mitchell’s poetic tales of free men in Paris, buskers who played for free, and love — lost and found — raised the bar for folk music fans everywhere. In time, she would meld rock, jazz and world music into a sophisticated style that captured the world’s attention and several Grammy wins. Joni Mitchell was the soundtrack for a generation.

Now 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.

In conversation with Malka Marom.

An extraordinary collection of photographs of the legendary Joni Mitchell, captured by celebrated rock-and-roll photographer Norman Seeff.

Joni: The Joni Mitchell Sessions is the ultimate celebration of a visionary musician and the artist who captured her spirit on film. It is a creative partnership that has lasted for over 40 years. Joni Mitchell, the artist behind celebrated hits "Help Me" and "Big Yellow Taxi," and Norman Seeff, a rock-and-roll photographer with a host of legendary subjects in his portfolio, did some of their best work together. Joni was a truly authentic subject, able to surrender herself to the art and express herself freely within his lens. Through over a dozen sessions across more than a decade together, the photographer captured the many facets of her personality in some of her most famous images. Joni: The Joni Mitchell Sessions is the culmination of their partnership. Timed to release on Joni's 75th birthday, this collection of familiar and rare imagery tracks the pair's history together through these exclusive moments captured on film. A combination of album artwork and candid shots reveals Joni's personality in ways few have managed to capture before or since. Featuring commentary from Seeff on the enlightenment into his art that he gained from their sessions, this compilation is a true reflection on mutual creativity between artist and muse. (Insight Editions)

Event date:
Monday, November 5, 2018 - 7:00pm
Event address:
Book Soup
8818 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069
More information here

Joni Mitchell celebrates her 75th birthday on November 7, 2018. What better way to pay homage to this beloved songwriter and musical pioneer than with a musical tribute, offered in love and admiration to the woman who has inspired generations!

East Bay vocalist Ann Moss leads a consortium of musicians active in the Bay Area's jazz, classical, rock and experimental scenes, including Matt Berkeley (keyboards), Emil Miland (cello), Meredith Clark (harp); d'Pajo, a Gypsy Jazz duo; The Mean Old Daddies, a funk ensemble; and A Sweeter Affair, a vocal ensemble. More information here.

Today The Music Center announces two star-studded concerts, JONI 75: A Birthday Celebration Live at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on November 6 and November 7, 2018, featuring an incredible array of singers and musicians who will honor one of the world’s most remarkable artists, Joni Mitchell, on her 75th birthday. On both nights, Glen Hansard, Emmylou Harris, Norah Jones, Chaka Khan, Diana Krall, Kris Kristofferson, Los Lobos, Graham Nash, Seal, and Rufus Wainwright, will perform songs from all stages of Mitchell’s life and career, across the entire oeuvre of her 19 studio albums. Co-musical directors, providing the musical arrangements for the evenings, are percussionist Brian Blade and pianist, composer, arranger, producer Jon Cowherd. Buy tickets now for November 6 and November 7.

Following the second concert, on November 7, 2018, The Music Center will salute Mitchell on her birthday with The Music Center’s Soirée: JONI 75, a special celebration for her and a fundraiser for The Music Center’s artistic programming.

Read the full press release here.

Celebrate Joni Mitchell’s 75th birthday with the Kim Casey Trio at the Fresh Palate in Alpena, Michigan, on November 7, 2018 at 6:30pm.

Acoustic guitarist and Jazz vocalist, Kim Casey, will present up to 25 of Joni Mitchell’s popular songs. Throughout the show, Joni’s remarkable and familiar acoustic and Folk/Jazz music styles are faithfully presented allowing audiences to be swept along in “colored currents” of emotional reminiscence. This unique show requires the use of as many as 13 different acoustic and electric guitars, distinctly played by Kim Casey, each one alternately tuned to Joni Mitchells song specifications.

Songs include: Just Like Me, Night in the City, Both Sides Now, Chelsea Morning, You Turn Me On, I’m a Radio, Marci, The Circle Game, Morgan Town, Little Green, That Song About the Midway, Coyote, Cold Blue Steel, Harry’s House, Night Ride Home, and many more!

Kim Casey leads this extraordinary music group which in includes, John Parsons (Producer, and Production Manager), Eric Dunckel (upright bass), Jim Miller (drums/percussion), Jim Riesterer (guitar technician, music history consultant).

Kim Casey’s presentation, “Songs in the Color of Life” musical documentary which features, among others, Joni Mitchell’s historic contribution to music, has recently been juried into the Michigan Humanities Council, 2018 - 2021 Arts and Humanities Touring Directory. More information here.

When the counter-culture blossomed in the late 1960s, Joni Mitchell’s poetic tales of free men in Paris, buskers who played for free, and love — lost and found — raised the bar for folk music fans everywhere. In time, she would meld rock, jazz and world music into a sophisticated style that captured the world’s attention and several Grammy wins. Joni Mitchell was the soundtrack for a generation.

Now 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.

When the counter-culture blossomed in the late 1960s, Joni Mitchell’s poetic tales of free men in Paris, buskers who played for free, and love — lost and found — raised the bar for folk music fans everywhere. In time, she would meld rock, jazz and world music into a sophisticated style that captured the world’s attention and several Grammy wins. Joni Mitchell was the soundtrack for a generation.

Now 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.

When the counter-culture blossomed in the late 1960s, Joni Mitchell’s poetic tales of free men in Paris, buskers who played for free, and love — lost and found — raised the bar for folk music fans everywhere. In time, she would meld rock, jazz and world music into a sophisticated style that captured the world’s attention and several Grammy wins. Joni Mitchell was the soundtrack for a generation.

Now 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.

Three days before this event, Joni Mitchell will be 75 years old. Composer, pianist and Mitchell fan Reinout Douma sees that as a great opportunity to honor her with his North Pole Orchestra. He arranged her most beautiful songs for orchestra and also invited four young musicians: jazz singer Zara McFarlane from London, saxophone virtuoso Ben van Gelder, upcoming singer Anna Serierse and guitar miracle Jorrit Westerhof. More information here

When the counter-culture blossomed in the late 1960s, Joni Mitchell’s poetic tales of free men in Paris, buskers who played for free, and love — lost and found — raised the bar for folk music fans everywhere. In time, she would meld rock, jazz and world music into a sophisticated style that captured the world’s attention and several Grammy wins. Joni Mitchell was the soundtrack for a generation.

Now 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.

Jazz Vinyl Revisited opens with an exclusive double bill! Singers Jo Lawry, Kate McGarry and Luciana Souza join a top-notch rhythm section for a performance of Joni Mitchell’s Mingus, her 1979 recording with the legendary bassist Charles Mingus. Triple GRAMMY-winning drummer Terri Lyne Carrington and musicians perform Money Jungle: Provocative in Blue, Carrington’s exciting take on Mingus’ 1962 classic collaboration with Duke Ellington and Max Roach.

Jazz Vinyl Revisited gives audiences a rare opportunity to hear groundbreaking jazz recordings of the past, reinterpreted and performed live by outstanding contemporary jazz artists. More information here

On November 11th at Dizzy’s in San Diego, Robin Adler and Mutts of the Planet will be performing Joni Mitchell’s Blue Album in its entirety, including selections from her earlier albums plus several songs that have never been released. More info and advance tickets here.

Come celebrate Joni's 75th birthday with some of her biggest fans! Joni's music and art has touched the lives of so many. This show will have songs showcased from the following albums: Song to a Seagull, Clouds, Ladies of the Canyon, Blue, For the Roses, Court and Spark, The Hissing of Summer Lawns, Hejira, Don Juan's Reckless Daughter, Mingus, Wild Things Run Fast and Night Ride Home. Thats over two decades of music! The night will feature Lauren Faggiano on guitar, piano and vocals with her phenomenal band, The Good Souls supporting her.

Ken Schumacher - bass
Sungmin Shin - lead guitar
Cindy Tag - saxophones, clarinet and flutes
Sara Rogers - vocals, guitar, trumpet and flugel horn
Marc DeSalvo - drums
Abdel Albino - percussion
Amanda Dimino - backup vocals

To make this evening that much more special, Leah Zicari, Lindsey Holland, Ed Croft, Cathy Carfagna, David Meinzer & Tom Marinaro will all be making a guest appearance to share some of their favorites with you all. Roz Mikolajek will be showcasing her artistic prowess on canvas, reflecting the depth and color of Joni's music and art. This night is going to be magical, and I hope you all can join us.

More information here

Joni's Soul perform in celebration of Joni's birthday (only a little belatedly!) at this historic Chelsea venue, welcoming long-time Nina Simone drummer and Joniphile Paul Robinson to their ranks. The band started as a collaboration between "from-the-heart" soul singer Gina Foster and former Van Morrison guitarist Ronnie Johnson, enlisting some of UK's very finest players with a shared love for an artist they consider to be one of the greatest singer/songwriters and guitar innovators of the last half century.

Coyote, Hejira, Edith and the Kingpin, The Hissing of Summer Lawns, A Case of You, Trouble Child, Help Me and Gina’s gorgeous version of Both Sides Now - it’s through songs like these that the band explore the unique songwriting and gift of performance Joni Mitchell revealed in her iconic albums Blue, Court and Spark, Hejira, The Hissing of Summer Lawns and beyond …

Drawing on their own emotional response to these songs Joni’s Soul have looked beyond merely the faithful reproduction of the Joni Mitchell songbook to shine a light on the most soulful aspects of her words and music. The band's recently released cd 'Shades Of Joni' passionately illustrates their well-defined and warm interpretations of some of the finest songwriting and performance of the twentieth century.

Gina Foster (vocals), Ronnie Johnson and Patrick Johnson (guitars), Ross Stanley (keyboards), Steve Pearce (bass), Paul Robinson (drums). More information here.

Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema in Toronto will feature a 6-part lecture series on Joni. Dr. Mike Daley tells Joni’s story in detail, exploring her Alberta and Saskatchewan upbringing, her early years in Toronto's burgeoning folk scene, her musical partnerships, and the romantic affairs and marriages that inspired some of her unforgettable compositions. He’ll examine the fascinating life and career of a Canadian icon.

Led by Dr. Mike Daley (Leonard Cohen: Words and Music, The Beatles and their World, Bob Dylan: Words and Music), a music historian and professional musician who has taught at Guelph, McMaster, Waterloo and York Universities.

Part 4: November 12: Jazz explorations
Part 5: November 19: Navigating the changing pop landscape
Part 6: November 26: Final works and legacy projects

More information here

The Musical Stage Company’s signature concert series, “UNCOVERED,” under the direction of Music Director Reza Jacobs, returns in November with the music of Joni Mitchell and Carole King.

November 13-15, 2018 – Koerner Hall, 273 Bloor St W
November 21, 2018 – Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St.
More information here. Group Tickets (866)- 447-7849 or (647)-438-5559.

CD Release Party!
featuring
Debra Mann, piano and vocals
Dino Govoni, saxophone
Jay Azzolina, guitar
Dave Zinno, acoustic bass
Marty Richards, drums
More information here

Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema in Toronto will feature a 6-part lecture series on Joni. Dr. Mike Daley tells Joni’s story in detail, exploring her Alberta and Saskatchewan upbringing, her early years in Toronto's burgeoning folk scene, her musical partnerships, and the romantic affairs and marriages that inspired some of her unforgettable compositions. He’ll examine the fascinating life and career of a Canadian icon.

Led by Dr. Mike Daley (Leonard Cohen: Words and Music, The Beatles and their World, Bob Dylan: Words and Music), a music historian and professional musician who has taught at Guelph, McMaster, Waterloo and York Universities.

Part 5: November 19: Navigating the changing pop landscape
Part 6: November 26: Final works and legacy projects

More information here

The Musical Stage Company’s signature concert series, “UNCOVERED,” under the direction of Music Director Reza Jacobs, returns in November with the music of Joni Mitchell and Carole King.

November 21, 2018 – Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St.
More information here. Group Tickets (866)- 447-7849 or (647)-438-5559.

Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema in Toronto will feature a 6-part lecture series on Joni. Dr. Mike Daley tells Joni’s story in detail, exploring her Alberta and Saskatchewan upbringing, her early years in Toronto's burgeoning folk scene, her musical partnerships, and the romantic affairs and marriages that inspired some of her unforgettable compositions. He’ll examine the fascinating life and career of a Canadian icon.

Led by Dr. Mike Daley (Leonard Cohen: Words and Music, The Beatles and their World, Bob Dylan: Words and Music), a music historian and professional musician who has taught at Guelph, McMaster, Waterloo and York Universities.

Part 6: November 26: Final works and legacy projects

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 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.

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.

Joni's Soul began as a collaboration between expressive "from-the-heart" singer Gina Foster and former Van Morrison guitarist Ronnie Johnson, enlisting some of UK's very finest players with a shared love for an artist they consider to be one of the greatest singer/songwriters and guitar innovators of the last half century.

Coyote, Hejira, Edith and the Kingpin, The Hissing of Summer Lawns, A Case of You, Trouble Child, Help Me and Gina’s gorgeous version of Both Sides Now - it’s through songs like these that the band explore the unique songwriting and gift of performance Joni Mitchell revealed in her iconic albums Blue, Court and Spark, Hejira, The Hissing of Summer Lawns and beyond …

Drawing on their own emotional response to these songs Joni’s Soul have looked beyond merely the faithful reproduction of the Joni Mitchell songbook to shine a light on the most soulful aspects of her words and music. The band's recently released cd 'Shades Of Joni' passionately illustrates their well-defined and warm interpretations of some of the finest songwriting and performance of the twentieth century.

Joni's Soul is Gina Foster (vocals), Ronnie Johnson and Patrick Johnson (guitars), Ross Stanley (keyboards), Steve Pearce (bass), Richard Bailey (drums). More information here.

Concert with Tania Gill, Ryan Granville-Martin, Joel Schwartz, Ernie Tollar, Christ Gartner, David Sereda, Marla and David Celia, Lori Cullen and Jennifer Foster. 8:30 pm. $35, adv $30. Mar 1 & 2. 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.

JONI MITCHELL'S BLUE, ONE OF THE MOST ICONIC ALBUMS OF ALL TIME, PLAYED FROM BEGINNING TO END. A concert version is now being performed around the country. More information here

Joni's Soul began as a collaboration between expressive "from-the-heart" singer Gina Foster and former Van Morrison guitarist Ronnie Johnson, enlisting some of UK's very finest players with a shared love for an artist they consider to be one of the greatest singer/songwriters and guitar innovators of the last half century.

Coyote, Hejira, Edith and the Kingpin, The Hissing of Summer Lawns, A Case of You, Trouble Child, Help Me and Gina’s gorgeous version of Both Sides Now - it’s through songs like these that the band explore the unique songwriting and gift of performance Joni Mitchell revealed in her iconic albums Blue, Court and Spark, Hejira, The Hissing of Summer Lawns and beyond …

Drawing on their own emotional response to these songs Joni’s Soul have looked beyond merely the faithful reproduction of the Joni Mitchell songbook to shine a light on the most soulful aspects of her words and music. The band's recently released cd 'Shades Of Joni' passionately illustrates their well-defined and warm interpretations of some of the finest songwriting and performance of the twentieth century.

Joni's Soul is Gina Foster (vocals), Ronnie Johnson and Patrick Johnson (guitars), Ross Stanley (keyboards), Steve Pearce (bass), Richard Bailey (drums). More information here.

JONI MITCHELL'S BLUE, ONE OF THE MOST ICONIC ALBUMS OF ALL TIME, PLAYED FROM BEGINNING TO END. A concert version is now being performed around the country. 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.

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

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

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.