This work-in-progress lists all currently known appearances, drawn from a variety of sources.
Researched, Compiled, and Maintained by Simon Montgomery, © 2001-2024.
Special thanks to Joel Bernstein for his contributions and assistance.
Latest Update: February 5, 2024
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2007.01.27 King Edward Hotel Toronto, ON
Joni attended a "welcome" cocktail party in honor of the 2007
inductees to the Canadian Songwriters Hall Of Fame.
2007.01.28 Joni Mitchell: Both Sides Now—CBC Radio Toronto, ON
A Documentary portrait of Joni's Life and music.
2007.01.28 John Bassett Theatre, Metro Convention Center Toronto, ON
Hall Of Fame Gala. Joni was inducted into the Canadian
Songwriters Hall of Fame alongside legendary songwriters
Leonard Cohen and Gilles Vigneault. Five songs penned by
Joni Mitchell were officially inducted into the Canadian
Songwriters Hall of Fame and some of the most respected
artists in the music industry travelled to Toronto to pay tribute
at a ceremony at the Metro Convention Centre. The program
was broadcast nationally on CBC Radio One on Jan. 29.
A one-hour television special was broadcast nationally
by the CBC on March 5.
2007.01.29 Canadian Songwriters Hall Of Fame Gala—CBC Radio Toronto, ON
A radio broadcast featuring highlights from the
Canadian Songwriters Hall Of Fame induction ceremony.
The Premier performance! The Fiddle and The Drum,
explores Joni's life-long concerns about environmental'
neglect and the warring nature of mankind within a ballet
performed to a select soundtrack of her eternal songs.
The unique combinations of three art forms - music,
dance and art - comprise an engaging spectacle that
Joni calls "...the best project of her career."
Broadcast by BRAVO! TV (Canada) on Oct. 22, 2007.
Subsequently released on DVD.
2007.03.05 Words To Music: Canadian Songwriters Hall Of Fame Toronto, ON
A one-hour television special broadcast by CBC TV.
2007.03.20 Come In From The Cold: The Return Of Joni Mitchell Los Angeles, CA
As Joni Mitchell puts the finishing touches to her first album
of new songs for nine years, she talks to Amanda Ghost in this
new, two-part series based on their in-depth conversation and
illustrated with famous and less widely known Mitchell recordings.
2007.03.27 Come In From The Cold: The Return Of Joni Mitchell Los Angeles, CA
Joni Mitchell talked openly to Amanda Ghost about the effect
her music has had on the world, why she dropped out of the
hit-making rat race and what it was that brought her back to
songwriting and recording as a form of creative expression,
in the concluding part of this two-part series.
2007.09.23 Violet Ray Gallery New York, NY
Joni was interviewed by Reese Erlich for the NPR program
All Things Considered. The program was broadcast on Sept. 28th.
2007.09.24 Violet Ray Gallery New York, NY
Joni spoke with Russ Mitchell for a CBS News profile broadcast on
the Nov. 4th edition of the CBS News - Sunday Morning program.
2007.09.25 Violet Ray Gallery New York, NY
Joni attended the opening of an exhibition of her triptychs
called Green Flag Song, on themes of "war, torture, revolution".
2007.09.25 Sunshine Cinema New York, NY
Joni attended the New York premiere of The Fiddle and the Drum,
an anti-war ballet she co-created, based on her songs.
2007.10.19 Meg Griffin's Disorder—Sirius Radio New York, NY
Joni talks about her new album Shine, struggles with record
labels, contributing her photographs and music to a recent ballet
and the urgency of environmental concerns. Special guest and
collaborator, Herbie Hancock was present as well.
2007.10.22 Joni Mitchell's The Fiddle and the Drum—Bravo! TV (Canada) Edmonton, AB
World Television Premiere.
Joni collaborated with Alberta Ballet's artistic director
Jean Grand-MaÌtre to create "The Fiddle and The Drum"
a ballet set to her music and performed before projections
of her artwork. This one-hour dance, music and visual arts
performance special is a reflection of Mitchell's life-long
concerns about environmental neglect and the warring nature
of mankind. Subsequently released on DVD.
2007.10.28 An All Star Tribute To Herbie Hancock—Kodak Theatre Los Angeles, CA
The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz hosted an all-star tribute
concert for musician Herbie Hancock in honor of his contributions
to the genre and the music industry. Chaka Khan, Al Jarreau, Sting,
Joni Mitchell and others performed at the Event.
Joni spoke with Russ Mitchell about the days she used to pay for
art school by playing music at a coffee house for $15 a night.
As she told Russ "I got a gig at the freshman coffee house, which,
you know, I had to pay my own way to art school. I had to back it up
with rent," she said. "So I had no money for movies or bowling,
which I liked also. Or cigarettes, which I've smoked since I was 9."
2007.11.09 Tavis Smiley Program - Late Night On PBS Los Angeles, CA
A conversation about Joni's new album Shine.
2007.11.15 Charlie Rose Program—PBS-TV New York, NY
A conversation about Joni's new album Shine.
2007.12.02 Andrew Marr Show—BBC 1 TV London, England
Joni was interviewed via satellite from California.