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dontwannascreennameon 2011-Sep-28 at 17:11:24 GMT-5: It was a wonderful show - the first of many times that I would see Joni in concert. She took a break as Apollo 11 was about to land on the moon so the audience could watch on one of the TV monitors that were set up around the venue. I didn't realize that I had become separated from the group of friends with whom I attended the concert. The person next to me said "Isn't this cool? So unbelievable." I turned and looked into those big beautiful blue eyes beneath blond bangs - it was Joni standing alone right next to me. We talked about the moon landing like a couple of school kids and watched the TV until the newsman announced the touchdown. She then said something to the effect that "That was exciting-now I have to get back to work." We smiled at one another and I admit 42 years later that I've had a crush on Joni since that day... [ed.]
janemurphyon 2009-Oct-03 at 18:45:17 GMT-5: On the heels of the Newport show. We were just giddy to be hearing her again...and so close to home! Moon landing, history being made, our history just starting. I remember that Joni became very sad and had to take a pretty long break. Cactus Tree seemed to choke her up. Now I understand, after many loves myself. I marvel now how a young woman could know so much so early, and have to wonder about the wellspring of creativity. And there was the green dress again!
jis010on 2009-Jul-03 at 13:18:35 GMT-5: The day of the moon landing. Concert in the round. She was always around to talk to after a show. Amazing concert and amazing young lady