What Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock" was to the hippie era, Jamie xx's solo debut is to British club culture: a wistful valentine conjuring a more innocent time. Exhibit A is "Gosh," which flips a sound bite from a pioneering U.K. jungle broadcast. But the track isn't jungle per se, because the...
After months of worry and rumors about Joni Mitchell’s condition after her late-March hospitalization, it has been revealed that the singer is being treated for a brain aneurism. Although Joni Mitchell is being released to a rehab facility, she is still in serious condition, sources say.
Are things looking up for Joni Mitchell? It's being reported that the legend is recovering from a brain aneurysm rather than a stroke as it was previously speculated. [ Related: Joni Mitchell Is Reportedly NOT In A Coma Despite Rumors! ] Back in March, the Both Sides Now singer was found unconscious in her Los Angeles home — [...]
Joni Mitchell had a brain aneurysm that resulted in a grim prognosis for the famous singer. Sources say that the 71-year-old’s recovery has been long and shaky, reported MSN. Mitchell’s health crisis began on March 31, when she was discovered unconscious at home. Show More Summary
When Joni Mitchell was hospitalized this March, we were given the devastating news that she was in a coma. Our nerves were calmed when it was reported she wasn’t in a coma at all, but simply had a “minor medical emergency” and was “getting stronger” every day. Show More Summary
The vague and unconfirmed reports about Joni Mitchell’s health continue, with the latest – from an anonymous friend – suggesting the singer had a brain aneurysm in March, when she was found unconscious. Speculation has run rampant about Mitchell’s health since she fell ill, with few details emerging from the people close to her. Show More Summary
Joni Mitchell was hospitalized on 3/31 after she was found unconscious in her L.A. home. TMZ reported several weeks later that she was still in the hospital in a coma several weeks after, though reps for Mitchell denied this. TMZ retorted by citing directly from her hospital documents, which indicate she is still unresponsive. Additionally, […]
Mitchell fell ill nearly two months ago.
On March 31, Joni Mitchell was hospitalized. TMZ later reported that the iconic singer/songwriter was in a coma and unresponsive – a diagnosis later refuted by her representatives. Today, sources close to Mitchell told Billboard the reason for her hospitalization: a brain aneurysm. Show More Summary
Singer Joni Mitchell reportedly suffered a brain aneurysm that sent her to the hospital in March, and is currently staying in a rehab facility. Billboard reports that the 71-year-old was… READ ON
Joni Mitchell had a brain aneurysm the night she was found unconscious in her home on March 31, according to new reports. [ more › ]
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Joni Mitchell gave an endearing and frank interview in 1986 where she talked about fame and how she longed to just be an ordinary person. [ more › ]
“I like to do my own grocery shopping,” says Joni Mitchell in Blank on Blank’s newest animated interview. The audio is from a 1986 conversation between Mitchell and record executive Joe Smith, which covers topics ranging from Mitchell’s naïveté about drugs as a young musician to her refusal to make a purely commercial album. Show More Summary
In the most recent episode of the animated PBS Series “Blank on Blank“, the legendary Joni Mitchell talks about her creative process, writing songs and her fine artistic sensibilities existing in the commercial realm in a rare 1986 interview with record executive Joe Smith. I have lost my credibility as a hit maker because of […]
Joni Mitchell shrugged off the notion of indulging fame in an archival interview that PBS has animated as part of its ongoing Blank on Blank series. The folk singer discussed a wide range of topics in the chat, which music exec Joe Smith conducted in November 1986, including her immunity...
Judging by the floral and handwritten tributes adorning the fence across the street from the SFJAZZ Center in Hayes Valley, San Francisco, you’d think Joni Mitchell had passed away. The great vocalist and songwriter is still, of course, very much alive, though was unable to attend SFJAZZ’s spangly lifetime achievement award celebrations last night for health reasons. […]
Though the great Joni Mitchell remains too infirm to attend, SFJAZZ is still honoring her with a Lifetime Achievement Award at their gala tonight. [ more › ]
1. "Carey," Joni Mitchell, 1971There's something strange, when you're a kid, about a song that says your name. Of course, Joni Mitchell is talking about a man named Carey, but I didn't know that. I was so drawn to it — the song seemed to recognize me in some way, which...