Past Tributes & Events

Past tributes and events

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The Hope College folk ensembles will present The Music of Joni Mitchell on Saturday, Feb. 17, at 7:30 p.m. in the Concert Hall of the Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts.

The public is invited. Admission is free.

The folk ensembles will be performing some of the most well-known compositions from Joni Mitchell, called “one of the greatest songwriters ever” by Rolling Stone magazine. The concert will feature student arrangements of Mitchell’s wide-ranging repertoire. The ensembles featured include the Indie Folk Ensemble, American Roots Ensemble, Appalachian String Band Ensemble, OTVD jazz ensemble and Brazilian Drumming Ensemble. More information here.

Join vocalist Gillian Snider as she pays homage to the work of music icon Joni Mitchell. The night’s set list will include the well-loved songs that changed the face of folk music as well as the favourite jazz standards that Joni chose to record. Joining Gillian will be Kim Salkeld (piano), Dave Anderson (trumpet), Nevin Buehler (bass), Kyle Krysa (drums), and special guest Brett Balon (guitar). Jazz-funksters Flying Colours will play the opening set. More information here

Following on from her sold out performance of the Songs of Joni Mitchell in summer 2017, Cork songwriter Clare O'Mahony pays tribute to one of her favourite songwriters, Joni Mitchell. The Songs of Joni Mitchell will feature songs from Joni Mitchell's earlier albums (Clouds, Ladies of the Canyon) right through and up to her more recent recordings including the stunning A Case of You.

Clare’s own influences include the Canadian songwriter. She will be accompanied on the night by a full band. More information here

Bogies in Westlake Village invited Kiki Ebsen to reprise her Joni Mitchell Project after their sold-out Sept. ’17 show, which also celebrated the release of Kiki’s latest CD, “Cool Songs, Vol. 2 – The Music of Joni Mitchell.” A decade of favorite Joni Mitchell songs from “Both Sides Now” and “Case of You” to “Coyote” and “Chelsea Morning” with dynamic arrangements of “Woodstock,” “Big Yellow Taxi,” and “Free Man in Paris.” Enjoy “Blonde in the Bleachers,” “Twisted,” and “Sex Kills” and other songs from Joni’s later, more edgy material, all in one evening of music.

Kiki Ebsen’s Joni Mitchell Project features:
Kiki Ebsen | Vocals, Piano, Keyboard, Guitar
Grant Geissman | Guitars, Sitar, Vocals
Terry Wollman | Guitar, Vocals
Steven Lawrence | Bass
Matt Starr | Drums

Location: Bogies, 32001 Agoura Rd., Westlake Village, CA 91361
Tickets here
Time: 6:30–8:30pm More info

"I am over the moon thrilled to be Celebrating 75 Years of Joni Mitchell's music at the World Renowned Bitter End in New York City. I hope you and your loved ones will join me for a very special evening filled with music and fascinating stories about Joni's life. Tickets are $10. I look forward to hopefully seeing you all in person and sharing with you a lovely evening. I am bring my dulcimer too......promise xo." More information here

BOTH SIDES NOW - Mathilde Santing sings Joni Mitchell
13 januari 2018 20:15 – 22:00
Locatie: Cultuurhuis De Klinker, Meester D.U. Stikkerlaan 251, Winschoten, Groningen, Netherlands
More info

The NAC Presents Series and Arboretum Festival are thrilled to present the 7th edition of Ottawa’s beloved tribute series, I CAN’T BELIEVE IT’S NOT.

To chime in the winter holidays, the series returns with Joni Mitchell’s 1971 masterpiece Blue.

Critically-acclaimed upon its release, Mitchell's fourth album weaved her idiosyncratic folk, with unconventional instrumentation, wild melodies, and hints of her impending explorations into free jazz. Anchored by heavy classics River, California, and A Case of You, The New York Times chose Blue as one of the 25 albums that represented "turning points and pinnacles in 20th-century popular music".

The brainchild of indie troubadour Jon Hynes, the series brings together notable independent musicians to pay tribute to classic albums and legendary artists. Past events have included The Strokes Is This It, Fleetwood Mac Rumours, Talking Heads, David Bowie, Black Sabbath Paranoid, and more!

Joni Mitchell Blue, performed live by:
Jon Hynes
Jeremy Fisher
Keturah Johnson (Heavy Medicine Ban)
Sarah Bradley (FEVERS)
Felicity Decarle (Sparklesaurus)
Jamie Kronick (Scattered Clouds, Ben Caplan)
Martin Charbonneau (FEVERS)
Adam Saikaley
Eniid Goodman

More information here

ORIGINS is a band project lead by Toronto jazz singer, Mandy Lagan. The Band is comprised of Dave Restivo, Ted Quinlan, Andrew Downing, Kevin Turcotte, Jim Vivian and Blair Mackay. This extraordinary group of musicians has been developing arrangements of some old Joni Mitchell classics, merging folk, jazz and rock genres together. The result is a collection of creative, expansive music, that speaks to generations of music lovers. Along with selections from this project there will be a few new surprises thrown in! More information here

A versatile vocalist, Tollar is both a “singer's singer" and a favourite of musicians. Her reverent delivery of lyrics coupled with her rich, soulful musical choices take audiences on an intimate, mature voyage. Her concert on Dec. 9 at the Jazz Room will feature music from her upcoming album of jazz arrangements of Joni Mitchell tunes alongside modern jazz pieces from her discography and more. More information here

Joni Tribute at Talullah's Crafted Food and Wine Lounge at the Renaissance Hotel in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. December 6, 2017 from 7-10pm. Michael Paz and Christina Friis will be hosting a celebration of the music of Joni Mitchell. More information here