Past Tributes & Events

Past tributes and events

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Blueface Quartet will play at “The Boss” (Piazzale Giovanni de Agostini 8 Milano) their concert tribute to Joni Mitchell.

The four musicians are:
Barbara Natta Lagomarsino: vocal and guitar
Patrizio Ricci: guitar and lap steel guitar
Massimo Spinosa: bass
Gino Carravieri: Drums
More info here

Following her sold out performances at The Brisbane Cabaret Festival, QUEENIE VAN DE ZANDT brings her new cabaret show BLUE: The Songs Of Joni Mitchell to Melbourne and Sydney!

Renowned for her artful storytelling and raw, emotive vocals, cabaret chanteuse Queenie van de Zandt, returns to the cabaret stage with a brand new show exploring the songs, stories and art of the musical legend that is Joni Mitchell.

Renaissance woman, painter and poet, Mitchell created a soundtrack for the Woodstock generation.

In BLUE: The Songs of Joni Mitchell, Queenie, along with musical directors Vicky Jacobs (Melbourne season) and Max Lambert (Sydney Season), and a live band, explore her love of all things Joni - affectionately reinterpreting Joni Mitchell's melancholy music, and intimately revealing the stories behind some of her most haunting songs such as A Case of You, Both Sides Now and Little Green. More info here.

Following her sold out performances at The Brisbane Cabaret Festival, QUEENIE VAN DE ZANDT brings her new cabaret show BLUE: The Songs Of Joni Mitchell to Melbourne and Sydney!

Renowned for her artful storytelling and raw, emotive vocals, cabaret chanteuse Queenie van de Zandt, returns to the cabaret stage with a brand new show exploring the songs, stories and art of the musical legend that is Joni Mitchell.

Renaissance woman, painter and poet, Mitchell created a soundtrack for the Woodstock generation.

In BLUE: The Songs of Joni Mitchell, Queenie, along with musical directors Vicky Jacobs (Melbourne season) and Max Lambert (Sydney Season), and a live band, explore her love of all things Joni - affectionately reinterpreting Joni Mitchell's melancholy music, and intimately revealing the stories behind some of her most haunting songs such as A Case of You, Both Sides Now and Little Green. More info here.

The Music of Joni Mitchell performed by The Debra Mann Quartet, Tuesday, June 27, 2017, 8-9:30 PM

Wellfleet Harbor Actor's Theater, 2357 State Highway Route 6, Wellfleet, MA

featuring
Debra Mann, piano and vocals
Dino Govoni, sax
Ron Ormsby, acoustic bass
Bar Weisman, drums
tickets here.

After releasing two ambitious studio albums and relentlessly touring for the last three years, Providence, RI art-pop power trio Arc Iris is ready to unveil its next project to the world: a complete re-imagination of Joni Mitchell's seminal album Blue. Whereas acoustic guitars and minimal arrangements are some of the hallmarks on Mitchell's original recording, Arc Iris' interpretation of the music is bold and modern. The band mixes the sounds of symphonic analogue synths, heavy drum beats, and sampling, while the iconic songs themselves are never swallowed up by the tide of these inventive arrangements. More info

Kiki Ebsen’s Joni Mitchell Project returns to The E Spot Lounge at Vitello’s Upstairs in Studio City on their 2017 summer tour. After two sold-out concerts at this venue in tribute to their favorite singer-songwriter, Kiki Ebsen and her band, including Grant Geissman, Terry Wollman, Steven Lawrence, and Matt Starr return in concert and offer patrons the opportunity to enjoy an evening of music by the iconic singer/songwriter.

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).

Location: E-Spot Lounge, Vitello’s Restaurant, 4349 Tujunga Ave., Studio City, CA 91604
Tickets: http://www.vitellosrestaurant.com/purchase-tickets
Time: 8:00–10:00pm
For more info: https://kikiebsen.com/the-joni-mitchell-project

In what will be an unforgettable celebration of her music rather than a typical “tribute” show, ‘This is Joni’ offers something for everyone, not just for solid fans of Joni Mitchell’s extensive musical history.

Written and performed by Melbourne singer/song writer, Lauren Elizabeth, the audience will be taken through an exploration of memorable songs from the legendary singer/songwriter, who defined a generation through her music. It is impossible to categorize Joni’s sound, as she explored so many genres, and this show pays homage to them all.

Performing her many hits such as ‘Help Me’, ‘Big Yellow Taxi’, ‘Blue’ and ‘Free Man In Paris’, plus a collection of songs spanning Joni’s 40-odd year career, Lauren will perform with her outstanding 6 piece band, comprising some of Melbourne’s finest musicians and special guest vocalists.

The show will also explore the artist and painter that is Joni Mitchell and the work she has produced, dating back to the early 195o’s, right up to the present day.

‘This is Joni’ intends to tour Australia throughout 2017, followed by an extensive tour of Europe in 2018.

Line up details:
Lauren Elizabeth - Lead vocals
Sam Keevers - Piano
Nathan Slater - Guitars/vocals
Philip Rex - Bass
Haydn Meggitt - Drums
Mimi Zaetta-Thomas - Backing vocals
Raleigh Williams - Backing vocals

More info here

Gina Foster, who is probably best known for her work with the iconic group “Swing Out Sister”, is a truly gifted and impressive singer. Perhaps most familiar to those at the Club for her shows here with her friend Beverley Skeete (Rhythm Kings), Gina is renowned as one of the most soulful session vocalists around and has worked prolifically in jazz, soul, groove, pop and dance music with high profile artists including Eric Clapton, Sinead O’Connor and many more. Tonight Gina will be returning to the 606 with her band for an encore performance of “Joni’s Soul”, her acclaimed programme celebrating the life and music of iconic singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell. As she says "It's not easy to pick a set-list from such a prolific artist, with so many great songs to choose from. But so far our interpretations, with emphasis on the heart and soul, have been going down a storm! From “Hejira” to “Both Sides Now”, “Hissing of Summer Lawns”, “Coyote”, “Carey” and “Edith and the Kingpin”, it's a pleasure to hear these great songs played live and a special pleasure to perform them." And she has put together a terrific band to help accomplish that task, with Graham Harvey on piano and keyboards, Ronnie Johnson along with son Patrick Johnson on guitars, Laurence Cottle on bass and Ian Thomas on drums. This promises to be a very special night indeed. Booking recommended.

GINA FOSTER'S "JONI'S SOUL"
606 Club London 90 Lots Road Chelsea SW10 0QD
SUNDAY 11 JUNE 8:30PM
Bookings & Information: 606club.co.uk :: 0207 352 5953
Tickets: £10

“Gina Foster…is an incredibly talented and versatile vocalist” -Visit London

Joe's Pub
425 Lafayette St
New York, NY
More info

The three piece Shadows and Light perform stunning interpretations of iconic singer–songwriter Joni Mitchell’s legendary song book, including classics from the landmark ‘Blue’ album, along with numbers like ‘Hejira’, ‘Secret Place’ and ‘Hissing of Summer Lawns’. With vocalist Maura Vambeck, Dave Mulligan on guitar and Paul Enright on keyboard, their hypnotic performance of the lyrics and life of Joni brings to vivid life Joan Anderson, the poet, artist and mother. More info

The group, at his debut, will play songs from Blue and Hejira, trying to respect the original character of the music. When they first met they discovered that Joni Mitchell’s music was their common passion, and so they decided to play her music

Saturday May 27 2017 there will be a tribute to Joni Mitchell concert of Blueface Quartet in Italy. Argomm Theatre is in Via Graziano Imperatore 40, Milano, Italy. More info

Blueface Quartet is:
Barbara Natta Lagomarsino: vocal and guitar
Patrizio Ricci: guitar and lap steel guitar
Massimo Spinosa: bass
Gino Carravieri: Drums

Singer/songwriter Joanna Eden presents a breathtaking show in celebration of her hero Joni Mitchell. With a world-class band featuring pianist/guitarist Chris Ingham and Lewis Andrews on bass/guitar, she lovingly interprets Joni's masterpieces; taking the audience on a journey through the myriad of ideas, textures, themes, voices and emotions of Mitchell's canon... and tracing Joni's influences in some of her own songs. Expect to catch glimpses of a singer and her band in ecstasy!

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The Firehall Arts Centre is proud to produce and present the world premiere of Circle Game: Reimagining the Music of Joni Mitchell from Saturday, April 29 to Saturday, May 20, 2017.

The enduring music of Canadian icon and renowned singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell is reimagined in this energetic musical experience. Conceived and directed by two of Vancouver's own theatrical powerhouses, AnDrew Cohen and Anna Kuman, Circle Game features six quadruple-threat talents including Erik Gow (Pride and Prejudice), Scott Perrie (Godspell), Adriana Ravalli (Rock of Ages), Kimmy Choi Rowland (Avenue Q), Sara Vickruck (Love Bomb), and David Z. Cohen (Heathers: The Musical). Together, they play eighteen instruments, creating modern variations on themes by Joni Mitchell.

One of the most influential female recording artists of the late 20th century, Joni Mitchell has often reflected on social and environmental ideals through her music. Millennial culture celebrates the repurposed and the upcycleD. Mitchell's music stands the test of time and once again she is the voice of a generation. The heartbreak of a failed love affair in "River", the fear of imminent ecological disaster in "Big Yellow Taxi", and the promise of a generation gathering to 'get back to the garden' in "Woodstock" are topics that resound as heavily today as they did fifty years ago.

Donna Spencer, Artistic Producer at the Firehall Arts Centre states, "As I look back on the powerful impact Joni Mitchell's songs had on the Baby Boomer generation, I am excited the Firehall will premiere this reimagining of her music in this production conceived and created by Millennials AnDrew Cohen and Anna Kuman. Issues that Mitchell sang about in the '60s and '70s are unfortunately still relevant today. Audiences will not only be reminded of this, but given the opportunity to enjoy her beautiful poetic lyrics and masterful melodies."

More information.

After releasing two ambitious studio albums and relentlessly touring for the last three years, Providence, RI art-pop power trio Arc Iris is ready to unveil its next project to the world: a complete re-imagination of Joni Mitchell's seminal album Blue. Whereas acoustic guitars and minimal arrangements are some of the hallmarks on Mitchell's original recording, Arc Iris' interpretation of the music is bold and modern. The band mixes the sounds of symphonic analogue synths, heavy drum beats, and sampling, while the iconic songs themselves are never swallowed up by the tide of these inventive arrangements. More information.

The music of Joan Baez and Joni Mitchell will take center stage at the Williamsburg Regional Library next month for the library’s annual Dewey Decibel Concert Series.

On May 20, the folk duo Joan & Joni will perform a collection of songs by Joan Baez and Joni Mitchell. Comprised of singer-songwriters Allison Shapira and Kipyn Martin, the band covers classic songs by the two influential folk singers, as well as hidden gems from their extensive back catalogs.More info here.

The three piece Shadows and Light perform stunning interpretations of iconic singer–songwriter Joni Mitchell’s legendary song book, including classics from the landmark ‘Blue’ album, along with numbers like ‘Hejira’, ‘Secret Place’ and ‘Hissing of Summer Lawns’. With vocalist Maura Vambeck, Dave Mulligan on guitar and Paul Enright on keyboard, their hypnotic performance of the lyrics and life of Joni brings to vivid life Joan Anderson, the poet, artist and mother. More info

“Women of Heart and Mind: The Songs of Joni Mitchell,” Moyer Room, May 4-6, 11-13: An all-female musical revue based on the songs of Joni Mitchell. More info

After releasing two ambitious studio albums and relentlessly touring for the last three years, Providence, RI art-pop power trio Arc Iris is ready to unveil its next project to the world: a complete re-imagination of Joni Mitchell's seminal album Blue. Whereas acoustic guitars and minimal arrangements are some of the hallmarks on Mitchell's original recording, Arc Iris' interpretation of the music is bold and modern. The band mixes the sounds of symphonic analogue synths, heavy drum beats, and sampling, while the iconic songs themselves are never swallowed up by the tide of these inventive arrangements. More information.

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
Time: 8:45-10pm
For more info: https://kikiebsen.com/the-joni-mitchell-project

After releasing two ambitious studio albums and relentlessly touring for the last three years, Providence, RI art-pop power trio Arc Iris is ready to unveil its next project to the world: a complete re-imagination of Joni Mitchell's seminal album Blue. Whereas acoustic guitars and minimal arrangements are some of the hallmarks on Mitchell's original recording, Arc Iris' interpretation of the music is bold and modern. The band mixes the sounds of symphonic analogue synths, heavy drum beats, and sampling, while the iconic songs themselves are never swallowed up by the tide of these inventive arrangements. More information.