April 08, 2017
Starting off four summer concerts with Kiki Ebsen’s Joni Mitchell Project is May 6 at South Pasadena’s 9th Annual Eclectic Music Festival and Art Walk. Kiki Ebsen’s Joni Mitchell Project is pleased to be headlining The Carnegie Stage in the Community Room of the South Pasadena Library this year. In all, 60 acts will be performing on multiple stages for the annual event.
In 1968, Kiki Ebsen discovered the magic of Joni Mitchell on “Song to a Seagull.” With each subsequent release including “Clouds,” “Ladies of the Canyon,” and onto “Blue,” Kiki discovered the magic of Mitchell’s brilliant lyrics, amazing arrangements, and solid song stylings, each new album giving greater insight into Joni’s artistry. Ebsen created The Joni Mitchell Project” as an opportunity for Joni-inspired professional musicians to join her in declaring “our respect, regard, and unending appreciation for her gifts.” Concert repertoire includes selections from nine of Mitchell’s albums, from “Song to a Seagull” through “Wild Things Run Fast” (1968–1976).
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)
Tickets: Free Event
Location: Carnegie Stage, South Pasadena Library, 1100 Oxley Street, S. Pasadena, CA 91030
For more info: https://kikiebsen.com/the-joni-mitchell-project