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The Barnes and Noble book store chain has selected MORNING GLORY ON THE VINE to be part of this year’s #BNSignedEditions selection for holiday. Copies of the book, hand-signed by Joni, will be at B&N stores and online starting Saturday, November 16.

For all concerned, know that Joni is safe and sound from the fire threatening the area.

I always dreamed of seeing my book in a bookstore window. This feels even better than I imagined.
- Joni Mitchell

Thank you, Book Soup in Los Angeles for this beautiful window display featuring Joni’s new book Morning Glory on the Vine.

In the image, taken on release day, you can see reflected in Book Soup’s window the old sign from Tower Records on Sunset—in that store over 40 years ago Joni had her first window display of an album. Photo courtesy of Hannah K. Johnson.

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5 Upcoming Tributes and Events

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A Celebration of Joni Mitchell featuring Kimberly Ford is a rocking tribute to the most iconic singer-songwriter of the Woodstock generation. Mitchell touched millions with her nearly 40-year career that spanned genres from contemporary folk to jazz to full-throated pop-rock. This incredible seven-piece band, modeled on Joni’s tenure with Tom Scott & the L.A. Express, plays all your favorite tunes, like Help Me, Both Sides Now, Conversation, Blue, River, All I Want, Free Man in Paris, Carey and, of course, Woodstock. The band also throws in a few you might not have heard before ... More information here.

Come celebrate Joni’s 76th birthday with some of her biggest fans! Joni’s music and art has touched the lives of so many.

Doors open at 6:30. Food and drinks available for purchase through the infamous Roots Cafe!

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, Mingus and Night Ride Home. That's over two decades of music! Lauren and The Good Souls will be the hosts for this evening and consist of...
Lauren Faggiano - guitar, piano and vocals
Ken Schumacher – bass
Sungmin Shin – lead guitar
Cindy Tag – saxophones, clarinet and flute
Sara Rogers – vocals, guitar and trumpet
Marc DeSalvo – drums
Nelson Rivera – percussion and tenor saxophone
Amanda Dimino – vocals and cello

To make this evening that much more special, Maria Gillard, Travis Prinzi and Chris Burley will be making a guest appearance to share some of their favorites with you all.

Kit Corti 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.

$15 Pre-sale
$20 at the door
More information here.

A Celebration of Joni Mitchell featuring Kimberly Ford is a rocking tribute to the most iconic singer-songwriter of the Woodstock generation. Mitchell touched millions with her nearly 40-year career that spanned genres from contemporary folk to jazz to full-throated pop-rock. This incredible seven-piece band, modeled on Joni’s tenure with Tom Scott & the L.A. Express, plays all your favorite tunes, like Help Me, Both Sides Now, Conversation, Blue, River, All I Want, Free Man in Paris, Carey and, of course, Woodstock. The band also throws in a few you might not have heard before ... More information here.

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