Let’s rewind to November 25, 1976, on Thanksgiving Eve. The iconic group, The Band, were joined by Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Dr. John, to name a few. This was going to be the official “Farewell Show” in San Francisco (Winterland Ballroom) for the Canadian/American quintet: Helm/Danko/Robertson/Hudson/Manuel.
Israeli Rock Star delivers a beautiful rendition of a song that’s all over the news this year as Woodstock celebrates its 50th Anniversary. 50 years later, the iconic festival still resonates and folks around the world recognize the impact it has in pop culture today.
Ninet Tayeb is an artist, not only a singer/songwriter/musician but also an acclaimed actress from Israel who’s taken up residency in Los Angeles.
I was blown away by Hannah Reimann’s performance of the early songs of Joni Mitchell at Fort Greene’s Irondale Center. When I closed my eyes, it took me back to my youth. I couldn’t tell the difference between Joni and Hannah. The music was authentic. I loved when she spoke between songs to give context and history about the songs.
In celebration of Joni Mitchell's 75th birthday, the fiftieth anniversary of the Woodstock music festival, and in continuation of her ongoing seven-year exploration of the music of Joni Mitchell, New York pianist and vocalist Hannah Reimann presents a feature-length concert performance of Mitchell's work entitled Both Sides Now, running April 22 to May 4 as part of Fort Green, Brooklyn's Irondale Center On Women festival.
Honoring musical icon Joni Mitchell's legacy and 75th birthday, Decca Records released The Music Center Presents Joni 75: A Birthday Celebration on March 8, 2019. On Joni's 75th birthday last November, a star-studded roster of musicians gathered together to pay tribute to the legendary singer-songwriter. The evening was recorded and is now subsequently being released. It features performances by Brandi Carlile; Glen Hansard; Emmylou Harris; Norah Jones; Chaka Khan; Diana Krall; Kris Kristofferson; Los Lobos with La Marisoul, Cesar Castro & Xochi Flores; Graham Nash; James Taylor; Seal; Rufus Wainwright; and more.