Roberta Joan "Joni" Mitchell CC is a Canadian-American singer-songwriter and painter. Drawing from folk, pop, rock, classical music, and jazz, Mitchell's songs often reflect on social and philosophical ideals as well as her feelings about romance, womanhood, disillusionment and joy. Born: November 7, 1943 (age 79 years), Fort Macleod, Canada. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/support
Singer-songwriter Sarah Slean talks about Joni Mitchell’s enduring influence on music and women in the arts. Slean also talks about the challenges of pursuing a music career in the digital age, and what's coming next for her.Slean will be performing orchestral versions of Mitchell’s songs with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra at the end of October. You can find more details here: https://www.vancouversymphony.ca/event/sarah-slean-a-joni-mitchell-tribute/ Audio sources: Glenn Gould, Joni Mitchell, Sarah Slean
Today singer-songwriter and actor Lola Kirke joins for a rollercoaster of a conversation about Joni Mitchell’s classic Hejira album and a lot more besides. We talk about how Lola was turned on to Joni by her then boyfriend, only for listening to the music to inspire her to leave him, Joni’s cross-country road trips and how they inspired the songwriting, whether people can write music like this in the ‘content’ era, how Lola forced her way into a Last Waltz tribute where she performed ‘Coyote’, Joni’s social media presence, celebrity autographs and how this record inspired Lola’s latest single ‘All I Had To Do’.
Seeing Joni Mitchell Live at Newport Folk Festival Last Weekend
Inspired Artist Podcast
Sometimes you're just in the right place at the right time. The sunflowers led me there... This podcast includes footage I took during the concert, both from Brandi Carlile and the "Joni Jam" with Joni Mitchell. I hope you enjoy the recap of this epic event!! Love, Porter For video podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEKkJ6uOARI&t=135s #jonimitchell #brandicarlile #newportfolkfestival------------ABOUT YOUR HOST: Porter Singer is a spiritually-inclined musician, emotional fluency coach, podcaster and the founder of Body Cello. Her intention is to beam out a harmonious vibration that gathers lightworkers in collaborative community. More info: https://portersinger.com/------------Music credits: INTRO: "Don't Worry, Be Happy (Instrumental)" by Porter Singer and Songs of Eden, OUTRO: "If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out (Instrumental) by Porter Singer and Songs of Eden------------*AFFILIATE LINKS* (support the podcast when you buy or join) EARTH BREEZE LAUNDRY SHEETS ~ These Earth-friendly dehydrated laundry sheets will leave your clothes super clean, without the waste of bulky plastic containers. The referral money we get from YOU clicking on that link and ordering will help sustain this podcast AND help care for our beautiful Earth. Thank you in advance!MORE INFO: https://www.earthbreeze.com/?rfsn=6157640.8b8358
S2 - Episode 4 - Queenie van de Zandt - Blue: The Songs of Joni Mitchell
We Are Theatre
Hey Theatre Fans!Welcome back! This week we are talking cabaret with Queenie van de Zandt ahead of her shows in Melbourne and Sydney for Blue: The Song of Joni Mitchell.If you want to catch the shows at Chapel off Chapel or Hayes Theatre Co. please follow the links below for tickets:Melbourne: https://chapeloffchapel.com.au/show/queenie-van-de-zandt-in-blue-the-songs-of-joni-mitchell/Sydney: https://hayestheatre.com.au/event/blue-the-songs-of-joni-mitchell-2/To follow us on socials click the links for Instagram and Facebook:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wearetheatre_/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wertheatre/To listen to more shows on the Broadway Podcast Network head to https://broadwaypodcastnetwork.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Graham Nash on His New Live Album, Joni Mitchell, & His “Brothers” in CSNY
Kyle Meredith With...
Graham Nash catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about Graham Nash: Live, a new release that spotlights a complete run through his first two solo albums, Songs for Beginners and Wild Tales. The legendary songwriter talks about the relevancy of songs “Military Madness,” “Oh Camil,” and “Prison Song,” and forever being tied to his late '60s relationship with Joni Mitchell. He also teases a soon-to-be-released solo record. Nash goes on to also discuss about the photographs of his Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young bandmates featured in his new book, A Life in Focus. He talks about their enduring friendship, including standing together with Neil Young to pull their catalog from Spotify, despite their history of spats. Listen to Graham Nash discuss Graham Nash: Live, his storied career, Neil Young, and more above, or watch the chat via Consequence. Then, make sure to like and subscribe to Kyle Meredith With… wherever you get your podcasts, and you can also follow the Consequence Podcast Network for updates on all our shows. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Episode #200 – it’s a blur but I think captures what the times were like during a pandemic. The role that music played in getting people through. Joni and I shared a band house in Regina. For 10 days. Maybe 1966. Then we reconnected when I hosted the first Greenpeace concert that Joni headlined in Vancouver. We would cross paths much later at The Last Waltz. This is a video interview I can’t remember doing. I also had forgotten the Greenpeace concert for some bizarre reason. She talks about The Last Waltz, being incorrectly painted as a Canadian ex-pat in LA, the effect her songs have on people, the changing of “the old guard” at the Last Waltz, and how she wasn’t ready to retire. We cover a lot of subjects and her music history. How she calls her songs “her babies” and that it's part of female nurturing She waxes about Dylan, Steely Dan and answers the question do we know her as well as we think we do? Joni speaks out strongly on Indian rights!! Neither one of us mention an album or name a song. So I’m not exactly sure when this was recorded. But I’m thinking 1982??? I mention she’s on a speaking tour and Joni talks about organizing a date with Sting, Peter Gabriel, Bryan Adams that speaks of The Human Rights Concerts (Live in New Jersey). That first concert was in 1986..so let's call this interview mid-80s. The time of 82’s Wild Things Run Fast 86’s Dog Eat Dog 88’s Chalk mark in a rainstorm Being influenced by Steely Dan, Thomas Dolby, Willie Nelson, and Peter Gabriel. It’s the perfect interview to celebrate Podcast 200. (Thank You Elliott Garnier and Corey Wood for getting me there) God Bless Joni Mitchell