Upcoming Tributes & Events

Upcoming tributes and events

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Bogies in Westlake Village invited Kiki Ebsen to reprise her Joni Mitchell Project after their sold-out Sept. ’17 show, which also celebrated the release of Kiki’s latest CD, “Cool Songs, Vol. 2 – The Music of Joni Mitchell.” A decade of favorite Joni Mitchell songs from “Both Sides Now” and “Case of You” to “Coyote” and “Chelsea Morning” with dynamic arrangements of “Woodstock,” “Big Yellow Taxi,” and “Free Man in Paris.” Enjoy “Blonde in the Bleachers,” “Twisted,” and “Sex Kills” and other songs from Joni’s later, more edgy material, all in one evening of music.

Kiki Ebsen’s Joni Mitchell Project features:
Kiki Ebsen | Vocals, Piano, Keyboard, Guitar
Grant Geissman | Guitars, Sitar, Vocals
Terry Wollman | Guitar, Vocals
Steven Lawrence | Bass
Matt Starr | Drums

Location: Bogies, 32001 Agoura Rd., Westlake Village, CA 91361
Tickets here
Time: 6:30–8:30pm More info

Following on from her sold out performance of the Songs of Joni Mitchell in summer 2017, Cork songwriter Clare O'Mahony pays tribute to one of her favourite songwriters, Joni Mitchell. The Songs of Joni Mitchell will feature songs from Joni Mitchell's earlier albums (Clouds, Ladies of the Canyon) right through and up to her more recent recordings including the stunning A Case of You.

Clare’s own influences include the Canadian songwriter. She will be accompanied on the night by a full band. More information here

Don’t Give Yourself Away
Vince Mendoza, conductor
Sarah Slean, vocalist

In the early 2000s, arranger and conductor Vince Mendoza went in to the studio with Joni Mitchell to record two albums: “Both Sides Now” and “Travelogue” – the SSO is thrilled to present Don’t Give Yourself Away to celebrate the music of Joni Mitchell.

Joni Mitchell’s career crossed musical boundaries, challenged musical ideas, and spoke to the human race in an intimate, personal, political, and profound way. One of the true maverick’s of musical arts, her music and lyrics had a lasting impact on generations of music makers and music lovers.

It is a pleasure to present the first concert experience of these arrangements with their arranger on stage with us. The night is dedicated to the iconic Joni Mitchell in gratitude for the inspiration she has given the musical community.

7:30PM, Saturday, March 3, 2018
TCU Place, Sid Buckwold Theatre
35 – 22nd Street East
Saskatoon, SK S7K 0C8
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