This work-in-progress lists all currently known appearances, drawn from a variety of sources.
Researched, Compiled, and Maintained by Simon Montgomery, © 2001-2024.
Special thanks to Joel Bernstein for his contributions and assistance.
Latest Update: February 5, 2024
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1996.02.12 Pamela Wallin Live—CBC Newsworld Beverly Hills, CA
A Conversation with Joni Mitchell. Recorded at The Four Seasons Hotel. Broadcast on Feb. 19, 1996
1996.02.27 Hard Rock Cafe Los Angeles, CA
Joni was presented with the Orville H. Gibson Award for
best Female Acoustic Guitar Player. Other awards were
presented to Eddie Van Halen and Emmylou Harris.
1996.02.28 38th Annual Grammy Awards—Shrine Auditorium Los Angeles, CA
Joni and co-producer Larry Klein received the ‘"Best Pop
Album’" Grammy for the album Turbulent Indigo. Joni and
art director Robbie Cavolina shared a Grammy for ‘Best
1996.03.02 The Gemini Award—Metro Toronto Convention Centre Toronto, ON
The Gemini Awards were given by the Academy of Canadian
Cinema & Television to recognize the achievements of Canada's
Joni rec'd the Gemini Award in recognition of the MuchMusic
television program Joni Mitchell: Intimate & Interactive.
Best Performance in a Performing Arts Program or Series.
1996.05.04 Interview—Channel 2 TV Stockholm, Sweden
Joni was interviewed by Bjorn Carlgren.
1996.05.06 Mixiland Stockholm, Sweden
Sveriges Radio P2 broadcast a one-hour musical tribute to Joni.
1996.05.07 Press Conference Stockholm, Sweden
Joni and Pierre Boulez, co-recipients of
Sweden’s Polar Prize, were interviewed.
1996.05.08 Berwaldhallen Hall Stockholm, Sweden
The Polar Prize award and a prize of one million Swedish kronor
were presented to Joni by the King of Sweden. The ceremony
was broadcast live on Swedish radio and later shown on TV.
1996.08.05 Appointment With Music—The Hits & Misses PROMO Video Sechelt, BC
During the 30-minute trip down memory lane, Mitchell explains
that she was completely against the idea of having a greatest hits
album since she believed most of her work "would be categorized
as misses." Having a "Hits" and a "Misses" was her compromise,
and a chance to reintroduce some songs that may have originally
been overlooked. Broadcast by BRAVO! TV (Canada).
1996.10 Vicki Gabereau Show—CBC Radio Vancouver, BC
Broadcast on Oct. 9 and 10
1996.10.14 Environmental Media Awards—The Beverly Hilton Hotel Los Angeles, CA
Joni was the special musical guest at the sixth annual
Environmental Media Awards ceremony.
1996.10.18 Words + Music - Joni Mitchell & Morrissey Los Angeles, CA
Joni was interviewed by Morrissey. An edited version was
released to radio stations on a promotional CD by Reprise
Records to promote her new releases Hits and Misses.
1996.11.01 Governor-General's Performing Arts Award—Rideau Hall Ottawa, ON
The awards recognize artists for their outstanding body of work
and enduring contribution to the performing arts in Canada.
These national awards are presented in the categories of theatre,
dance, classical music, broadcasting, popular music and film.
1996.11.02 National Arts Centre Ottawa, ON
Joni and other recipients of The Governor-General's Performing
Arts Award were celebrated at a tribute gala televised later by
the English and French networks of CBC/Radio-Canada.
1996.11.04 The Late Show with David Letterman—CBS TV New York, NY
1996.11.07 CBS This Morning—CBS TV New York, NY
Joni Mitchell - A Conversation with Mark McEwen.
Broadcast on Nov. 8, 1996
1996.11.08 The Rosie O'Donnell Show—NBC Television Studio New York, NY
A syndicated U.S. TV talk and entertainment program.
Joni was interviewed and performed one song.
Broadcast on Nov. 29
1996.12.11 Beverly Wilshire Hotel Los Angeles, CA
Joni, Smokey Robinson and Lieber & Stoller were presented
with Lifetime Achievement Awards from the National Academy
of Songwriters. Joni also performed four songs accompanied
by drummer Brian Blade (drums) and Daryl Johnson (bass).