This work-in-progress lists all currently known appearances, drawn from a variety of sources.
Compiled by Simon Montgomery, © 2001-2017.
Special thanks to Joel Bernstein for his contributions and assistance.
Latest Update: October 12, 2017
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1991 McCabe's Guitar Shop & Concert Hall Santa Monica, CA
Joni and Larry attended Eric Andersen's concert at McCabe's.
Eric called Joni on stage. She sang harmony on his song
"Blue River" and performed two additional songs herself.
1991.02 The Night Ride Home Radio Program Los Angeles, CA
This program featured an interview with Joni as well as songs
from her new album. Geffen Records issued an edited version
on a promotional CD for broadcast in Canada.
1991 Morning Becomes Eclectic—KCRW-FM Santa Monica, CA
Joni was interviewed by Chris Douridas.
1991.03.30 Swinging On A Star—CBC FM Vancouver, BC
Joni was interviewed by Murray McLauchlan and performed
several songs with Murray and Larry Klein.
1991.03.31 Joni was Interviewed by Antoine de Caunes Los Angeles, CA
Portions of this interview were used in the
BBC 2 TV Program Rapido, broadcast in May.
1991.04.04 Good Morning America—ABC TV New York, NY
1991.04.12 A&E Revue Los Angeles, CA
An interview program featuring video clips and
a selection of Joni’'s paintings from various eras
1991.04.28 VH1-To-1 Los Angeles, CA
A half-hour interview program featuring video clips and
a selection of Joni''s paintings from various eras
1991.05 Rapido—BBC 2 TV London, England
Joni was interviewed by Tracey MacLeod.
1991 The Late Show—BBC 2 TV London, England
Joni Mitchell was interviewed by Tracey Macleod
1991.05.23 Ramada Renaissance Hotel Saskatoon, SK
Joni spoke at the annual conference of the Canada Council for
The Arts whose self-described goal was to ""make van Goghs""
out of Canadian arts students. With characteristic candor,
Mitchell told the group, ""A lot of great art comes out of mental
disturbance. How are you gonna teach that?""