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1970

January ?, 1970 London, ENG (Reprise Records Reception, held shortly after her arrival in England for the upcoming Festival Hall concert. Joni was also interviewed by Caroline Boucher)

January 17, 1970 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG

January 29, 1970 Elstree TV Studios, London, ENG (UK TV This Is Tom Jones!)

March 11, 1970 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA (12th Annual Grammy Awards. Joni received a Grammy for 'Best Folk Performance' for album "Clouds")

July 26, 1970 Centre Island, Toronto, ON (Mariposa Folk Festival)

August 29, 1970 East Afton Farm, Isle Of Wight, ENG (Isle of Wight Festival)

September ?, 1970 Nashville, TN (Joni, Dennis Hopper, Michele Phillips, & Micky Newbury joined Johnny Cash at a Spanish restaurant, for a late night of food, fun, and music after the season's first taping of "The Johnny Cash Show")

September 3, 1970 BBC Television Centre, London, ENG (UK TV "BBC In Concert", with Joni on guitar, piano and dulcimer. Broadcast on October 9th)

October 7, 1970 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN (US TV "The Johnny Cash Show". Broadcast date)

October 16, 1970 Pacific Coliseum Vancouver, BC (Greenpeace Benefit Concert with Phil Ochs & Chilliwack for the Don't Make A Wave Committee, which raised $17,000 for Greenpeace. James Taylor also appeared as Joni's surprise guest)

October 18, 1970 Los Angeles, CA (US TV "Hartford, Mitchell & Seeger - Gentle On Your Mind", TV special with John Hartford, Joni & Pete Seeger)

October 29, 1970 Paris Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "BBC In Concert". James Taylor also appeared, accompanying Joni on several songs, and performing several of his own. Broadcast on December 27th & 30th)

November 7, 1970 Princeton University Dillon Gymnasium, Princeton, NJ (Joni guested with James Taylor on the encore "You Can Close Your Eyes")

November 13, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (Joni sat in with the Mothers of Invention, sang on several songs, and recited her poem "Penelope")

November 21, 1970 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG

1971

January ?, 1971 Queens College, Flushing, NY (Joni was the surprise guest at a James Taylor concert. unconfirmed date)

February 13, 1971 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY

March 28, 1971 Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI (Joni was the surprise guest at a James Taylor concert)

September 10, 1971 Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC (Joni guests at a Crosby & Nash concert)

1972

February 16, 1972 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (supported by Jackson Browne)

February 18, 1972 Masonic Temple Theatre, Detroit, MI (supported by Jackson Browne)

February 21, 1972 Arie Crown Theater, Chicago, IL (supported by Jackson Browne)

February 23, 1972 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY (supported by Jackson Browne)

February 25, 1972 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON (supported by Jackson Browne)

February 28, 1972 Music Hall, Boston, MA (supported by Jackson Browne)

February 29, 1972 Constitution Hall, Washington, DC (supported by Jackson Browne)

March 2, 1972 Academy of Music, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Jackson Browne)

March 4, 1972 Tulane University McAllister Auditorium, New Orleans, LA (supported by Jackson Browne)

March ?, 1972 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (supported by Tom May, who replaced Jackson Browne. unconfirmed location)

March 11, 1972 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA (supported by Jackson Browne. Joni was joined on stage by Jackson, David Crosby, Graham Nash and David Blue for her encore)

March 13, 1972 Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Jackson Browne)

March 15, 1972 Queen Elizabeth Hall, Vancouver, BC (supported by Jackson Browne)

April 2, 1972 John Van Hammersveld's Studio, Venice, CA (El Chingadero, a one-man show of sculptor Boyd Elder's artwork. Among the people singing and playing while sitting on the gallery floor were Joni, Jackson Browne, Ned Doheny & Cass Elliot. Later, Joni and others danced to live music by the still unsigned Eagles)

April 28, 1972 Cleveland Arena, Cleveland, OH (fundraising benefit concert on behalf of George McGovern's presidential campaign, with James Taylor & Paul Simon)

May 3, 1972 Odeon Theatre, Manchester, ENG (supported by Jackson Browne)

May 5-6, 1972 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG (supported by Jackson Browne)

May 9, 1972 Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, GER (supported by Jackson Browne)

May 13, 1972 Royal Theatre Carre, Amsterdam, NED (supported by Jackson Browne)

May 15, 1972 Salle Pleyel, Paris, FRA (supported by Jackson Browne)

May 19, 1972 London, ENG (UK TV "Sounds For Saturday". Broadcast June 10th)

May 27, 1972 London, ENG (Joni is interviewed by Penny Valentine fot Sounds magazine, published on June 3rd & 10th)

June 18, 1972 Waikiki Shell, Honolulu, HI (supported by Jackson Browne)

July 15, 1972 Centre Island, Toronto, ON (Mariposa Folk Festival)

November 10, 1972 Gallery Of Photography, Vancouver, BC (Joni attended the opening of an exhibit featuring her photographs as well as those by Graham Nash & Joel Bernstein. The exhibit was on view from November 10-29)

November 16-19, 1972 Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA (2 shows each night, supported by Steve Ferguson)

1973

April 15, 1973 Paul Sauvé Arena, Montreal, QC (Benefit concert for the 'Save James Bay Fund', featuring Joni, Peter Yarrow, Gilles Vigneault, Ian & Sylvia, Murray McLauchlan & others)

August 11-12, 1973 Corral Club, Topanga, CA (2 shows each night, supported by The Eagles. Neil Young and the Santa Monica Flyers performed and also accompanied Joni)

November ?, 1973 Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA

December 1973 Studio Instrument Rentals, Hollywood, CA (Tour rehearsals. During rehearsals Joni, Tom Scott, Henry Lewy and Elliot Roberts were interviewed by Malka Marom for CBC AM in Canada, on their program "The Entertainers" broadcast on Feb 3, 1974 and Joni was interviewed by Marci McDonald for an article published by The Toronto Star on February 9, 1974)

1974

Joni Mitchell Tour of North America 1974 (supported & backed by Tom Scott and the L.A. Express)

  • Joni Mitchell - Piano, Guitar and Dulcimer
  • Tom Scott - Woodwinds and Reeds
  • Roger Kellaway - Piano
  • Larry Nash - Piano (replaces Roger Kellaway)
  • Robben Ford - Electric Guitar
  • Max Bennett - Bass
  • John Guerin - Drums and Percussion

January 1974 Studio Instrument Rentals, Hollywood, CA (Tour rehearsals)

January 18, 1974 Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, MO (supported by Tom Scott & the L.A. Express)

January 19, 1974 University of Illinois Assembly Hall, Urbana-Champaign, IL

January 20, 1974 Notre Dame University Athletic and Convocation Center, South Bend, IN

January 22, 1974 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI

January 23, 1974 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL

January 25, 1974 Ohio State University St. Johns Arena, Columbus, OH

January 26, 1974 University of Michigan Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, MI

January 27, 1974 Masonic Temple Theatre, Detroit, MI

January 29, 1974 Constitution Hall, Washington, DC

January 30, 1974 Academy of Music, Philadelphia, PA

January 31, 1974 Music Hall, Boston, MA

February 2, 1974 Yale University Woolsey Hall, New Haven, CT

February 3, 1974 Cornell University Barton Hall, Ithaca, NY

February 3, 1974 Toronto, ON (CANADIAN TV "The Entertainers", Joni, Tom Scott, Henry Lewy and Elliot Roberts were interviewed by Malka Marom for CBC AM)

February 5, 1974 Avery Fisher Hall, New York City, NY

February 6, 1974 Radio City Music Hall, New York City, NY (with Tom Scott & The LA Express)

February 7, 1974 Music Hall, Boston, MA

February 9, 1974 Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, ON

February 10, 1974 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON

February 11, 1974 Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY

February 13, 1974 Music Hall, Cleveland, OH

February 14, 1974 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA

February 16, 1974 Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI

February 28, 1974 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA

March 1-2, 1974 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA

March 3-4, 1974 Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA

March 5, 1974 Convention Center, Anaheim, CA

March 8, 1974 University of Colorado C.U. Fieldhouse, Boulder, CO

March 9, 1974 Highland High School Auditorium, Salt Lake City, UT

March 11, 1974 Civic Auditorium, Portland, OR

March 12, 1974 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA

March 14, 1974 Centennial Auditorium, Saskatoon, SK

March 22, 1974 College of William & Mary College Hall, Williamsburg, VA

March 23, 1974 University of South Carolina Coliseum, Columbia, SC

March 24, 1974 Duke University Cameron Stadium, Durham, NC

March ?, 1974 Austin Coliseum, Austin, TX

March 30, 1974 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX

March 31, 1974 Hofheinz Pavilion, Houston, TX

April ?, 1974 Grand Ole Opry House, Nashville, TN

April 2, 1974 Ellis Auditorium, Memphis, TN

April 3, 1974 Civic Center, Knoxville, TN

April 6, 1974 Omni, Atlanta, GA

April 7, 1974 Jacksonville Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL

April 8, 1974 Civic Auditorium, Miami, FL

April 20-22, 1974 New Victoria Theatre, London, ENG (The 22nd was videotaped and an edited version was broadcast on the BBC's "Old Grey Whistle Test" on November 19th)

Musicians:

  • Joni Mitchell - Guitar, Piano & Dulcimer
  • Tom Scott - Woodwinds & Reeds
  • Roger Kellaway - Piano
  • Robben Ford - Electric Guitar
  • Max Bennett - Bass
  • John Guerin - Drums & Percussion

June 2, 1974 Beverly Wiltshire Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA (Joni performed at an ACLU Dinner honoring Henry Fonda who was presented with their "Bill of Rights Award" The Smothers Brothers also performed)

July 10, 1974 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC (guests with CSNY)

July 25, 1974 Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO (guests with CSNY)

Joni Mitchell North America Summer Tour 1974 (accompanied by Tom Scott and the L.A. Express, who were also the opening act)

Musicians:

  • Joni Mitchell - Guitar, Piano & Dulcimer
  • Tom Scott - Woodwinds & Reeds
  • Roger Kellaway - Piano
  • Larry Nash - Piano (replaces Roger Kellaway)
  • Robben Ford - Electric Guitar
  • Max Bennett - Bass
  • John Guerin - Drums & Percussion

July 26, 1974 Park Plaza Resort, Park City, UT

July 28, 1974 Civic Arena, St. Paul, MN

July 29, 1974 Ravinia Pavilion, Highland Park, IL (Ravinia Festival)

July 30, 1974 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

July 31, 1974 Convention Center, Louisville, KY

August ?, 1974 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON

August 4, 1974 Place des Nations, Montreal, QC

August 6, 1974 Mississippi River Festival, Edwardsville, IL

August 8-9, 1974 Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI

August 13-17, 1974 Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA (Selections from 17th were released on the live album "Miles Of Aisles")

August 20, 1974 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY

August 21-22, 1974 Temple Univ. Music Festival, Ambler, PA

August 24, 1974 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

August 25, 1974 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT

August 27, 1974 Tanglewood, Lenox, MA

August 28, 1974 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY

September 2, 1974 Auditorium Arena, Denver, CO

September 8, 1974 Roosevelt Raceway, Westbury, NY ('SUMMERSAULT '74, with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Jesse Colin Young & the Beach Boys. Joni also sang harmony with CSNY, on several of their songs)

September 14, 1974 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG (with CSNY, The Band, Jesse Colin Young & Tom Scott & The L.A. Express)

December 24, 1974 Troubadour, West Hollywood, CA (On opening night for Flo and Eddie (Mark Volman and Howard Kaylan of the defunct Turtles), the crowd was blessed with a bonus show. James Taylor, Carly Simon, Joni Mitchell, John Guerin, Linda Ronstadt and Albert Brooks all leaped onstage and commenced crooning Christmas carols. Before that, the merry sextet wandered from house to house in the Hollywood hills blessing startled neighbors with carols)

1975

March 1, 1975 Shrine AuditoriumLos Angeles, CA (17th Annual Grammy Awards. Joni & Tom Scott received the'‘Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists' Grammy for the song "Down To You" from the album "Court And Spark")

April 29, 1975 Bottom Line, New York City, NY (Joni guests with Tom Scott, however she won't come out on stage, instead singing from a mic backstage)

July 4, 1975 Joni's Home, Los Angeles, CA (Larry Johnson & Leslie Morris were married by Graham Nash at Joni's home. Joni performed "Jericho" as part of the ceremony)

October 17, 1975 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (guests during the encore of a Bonnie Raitt concert. Other guests included Jackson Browne, Tom Waits & J.D. Souther)

The Rolling Thunder Revue with Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Joni Mitchell, Roger McGuinn, T-Bone Burnett, Ronee Blakely and others

November 13, 1975 Veteran's Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT

November 15, 1975 Convention Center, Niagara Falls, NY

November 17, 1975 War Memorial Coliseum, Rochester, NY (2 shows)

November 19, 1975 Memorial Auditorium, Worcester, MA

November 20, 1975 Harvard Square Theater, Cambridge, MA

November 21, 1975 Music Hall, Boston, MA (2 shows)

November 22, 1975 Brandeis University Shapiro Gym, Waltham, MA

November 24, 1975 Civic Center Arena, Hartford, CT

November 26, 1975 Civic Center, Augusta, ME

November 27, 1975 Municipal Auditorium, Bangor, ME

November 29, 1975 Quebec City Coliseum, Quebec City, QC

December 1-2, 1975 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON

December 4, 1975 Forum, Montreal, QC

December 7, 1975 Correctional Correctional Facility for Women, Clinton, NJ

December 8, 1975 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (Night of the Hurricane, a benefit concert on behalf of the Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter legal defense fund)

1976

Joni Mitchell US Tour 1976 (accompanied by the L.A. Express, who were also the opening act)

  • Joni Mitchell - Piano, Guitar and Dulcimer
  • David Luell - Saxophone
  • Victor Feldman - Keyboards & Percussion
  • Robben Ford - Electric Guitar
  • Max Bennett - Bass
  • John Guerin - Drums and Percussion

January 16, 1976 University of Minnesota Northop Auditorium, Minneapolis, MN

January 18, 1976 Purdue University Elliott Hall of Music, West Lafayette, IN (Neil Young guests)

January 20, 1976 Keil Auditorium, St. Louis, MO

January 22, 1976 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX

January 23, 1976 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX

January 25, 1976 Lloyd Noble Center, Norman, OK

January 26, 1976 Convention Center, Dallas, TX

January 27, 1976 Municipal Auditorium, Austin, TX (Bob Dylan guests on "Both Sides Now". He also performed a solo version of "Girl From The North Country")

January 29, 1976 L.S.U. Assembly Center, Baton Rouge, LA

January 31, 1976 Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC

February 1, 1976 University of Alabama Memorial Coliseum, Tuscaloosa, AL

February 3, 1976 University of Georgia Coliseum, Athens, GA

February 4, 1976 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN

February 6, 1976 College of William & Mary Hall, Williamsburg, VA

February 7, 1976 Duke University Cameron Stadium, Durham, NC

February 9, 1976 University of Kentucky Memorial Coliseum, Lexington, KY

February 10, 1976 University of Cincinnati Armory Fieldhouse, Cincinnati, OH

February 12, 1976 Miami University Millet Assembly Hall, Oxford, OH

February 13, 1976 Music Hall, Cleveland, OH

February 14, 1976 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA

February 16, 1976 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by L.A. Express)

February 18, 1976 Civic Center, Providence, RI

February 19, 1976 Music Hall, Boston, MA

February 20, 1976 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY

February 22, 1976 University of Maryland Cole Fieldhouse, College Park, MD (cancelled. Joni was ill and left the stage before completing her first song)

February 23, 1976 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT

February 24, 1976 War Memorial Coliseum, Syracuse, NY

February 26, 1976 University of Michigan Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, MI

February 27, 1976 Illinois State University Horton Field House, Normal, IL

February 29, 1976 Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI

May 15, 1976 Gatesville State School for Boys, Gatesville, TX (Joni guested on The Rolling Thunder Revue)

May 16, 1976 Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX (Joni guested on The Rolling Thunder Revue)

August 10, 1976 McNay Museum, San Antonio, TX (Joni attended a 'wine and cheese party opening' of an exhibition of hand-woven Mexican rugs with designs done by Contemporary American Artists. She also contributed the painting "The Highway and the Coyote and the Crow" for her rug)

November 11, 1976 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA (2 shows. Joni, accompanied by Jaco Pastorius and Bobbye Hall, performed at a benefit concert for The Main Point coffeehouse)

November 20, 1976 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA ("California Celebrates the Whales Day", to raise awareness about the plight of the internationally hunted mammals, with John Sebastian, Fred Neil, Paul Winter Consort & Country Joe McDonald. Joni was accompanied by Jaco Pastorius on Bass and Bobbye Hall on Congas)

November 25, 1976 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (Last Waltz. Joni joined The Band onstage at their farewell concert to perform "Coyote")

1977

June 21, 1977 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (Joni joined Crosby, Stills & Nash onstage during their encore)

1978

July 22, 1978 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (Joni joined Crosby, Stills & Nash onstage during their encore)

September 2-4, 1978 Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA (Bread & Roses Festival. Joni performed 2 sets on the 3rd and participated in the Festival closing joining with other performers singing "Will The Circle Be Unbroken" on the 4th)

December ?, 1978 Yale University Business School, New Haven, CT (David Gefffen taught a non-credit course titled "The Music Industry and Arts Management". Joni & Linda Ronstadt were guest lecturers along with Clive Davis the former head of Columbia Records and founder of Arista Records)

1979

May 6, 1979 Washington, DC (Anti-Nuclear Rally)

May 19, 1979 CBC Radio, Los Angeles, CA (US Radio "The Entertainers". Joni & Henry Lewy were interviewed by Malka Marom)

May 27, 1979 Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA (Berkeley Jazz Festival. Joni was accompanied by Herbie Hancock, Don Alias, Gene Perla & Michael Brecker)

June 15, 1979 Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA (Playboy Jazz Festival. Joni was accompanied by Herbie Hancock, Don Alias, Gene Perla & Michael Brecker)

Joni Mitchell North American Tour 1979 (supported by The Persuasions)

Line-Up:

  • Joni Mitchell - Electric Guitar, Piano
  • Pat Metheny - Guitar
  • Lyle Mays - Keyboards
  • Jaco Pastorius - Bass
  • Michael Brecker - Sax
  • Don Alias - Drums, Percussion
  • The Persuasions - Vocals

July 19-21 & 23-29, 1979 Hollywood, CA (Tour Rehearsals)

August 3, 1979 Zoo Amphitheatre, Oklahoma City, OK

August 5-6, 1979 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO

August 9, 1979 Mississippi River Festival, Edwardsville, IL

August 11-12, 1979 Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI

August 14, 1979 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

August 16-17, 1979 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, WI

August 19, 1979 Minneapolis Amphitheatre, Minneapolis, MN

August 21, 1979 The Music Shed at Tanglewood, Lenox, MA

August 22-23, 1979 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

August 25, 1979 Forest Hills Tennis Stadium, Queens, NY

August 27, 1979 Civic Center, Providence, RI

August 28, 1979 Robin Hood Dell West, Philadelphia, PA

September 2, 1979 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC

September 3, 1979 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR

September 7-8, 1979 Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supported by The Persuasions)

September 9, 1979 County Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (Portions of this concert were released on the live album "Shadows And Light" and an edited videotape of the concert was shown on the Showtime cable channel on December 2, 1980)

September 12-16, 1979 Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA

November 10, 1979 The Art Garden, Los Angeles, CA (Joni attended a party celebrating the publication of STARART, a coffee table art book exhibiting the fine art of several music Icons. The book was designed and edited by Deborah Chesher. Several of the other artists were also present, including John Mayall, Klaus Voormann, Ron Wood and Commander Cody)

December 12, 1979 Gramercy Park Hotel, New York City, NY (Joni attended a Promotional event for the book "STARART")

December 13, 1979 Vorpal Gallery, New York City, NY (Joni attended the opening of an exhibit featuring her paintings as well as those of John Mayall, Klaus Voorman, Ron Wood and Commander Cody, that were featured in the book "STARART")

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