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2023.02.28 The Library of Congress Great Hall Washington, DC
The festivities surrounding this year's Library of Congress
Gershwin Prize for Popular Song officially kicked-off with
a grand dinner celebrating 2023 honoree Joni Mitchell
The who's who guest list for the dinner included both music-industry
celebrities (James Taylor, Angélique Kidjo, Cyndi Lauper, Graham Nash,
and more) and Washingtonian VIPs (David Rubenstein,
Jean and Steve Case, and more) and featured a three-course menu
served on the second floor of the Library of Congress's Great Hall.
Guests were treated to a surprise performance from Brandi Carlile,
Sara Bareilles, and Lucius (Jess Wolfe & Holly Laessig).
Joni was also presented with a ceremonial flag flown over the U.S. Capitol
by Speaker Kevin McCarthy and Senator Amy Klobuchar.
Senator Klobuchar called Mitchell the "most well-deserved recipient ever"
of the Library of Congress honor.
2023.03.01 DAR Constitution Hall Washington, DC
The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song,
the nation's highest award for influence, impact and achievement
in popular song was awarded to Joni Mitchell.
Joni Mitchell performed for the crowd at a star-studded concert
held in her honour. Other entertainers who also performed
were James Taylor, Brandi Carlile, Cyndi Lauper, Graham Nash,
Annie Lennox, Diana Krall, Herbie Hancock, Angelique Kidjo,
Ledisi and Marcus Mumford.
2023.03.02 The Great Hall - Thomas Jefferson Building Washington, DC
Live! At The Library: A Conversation with Joni Mitchell
Joni in conversation with Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden.