Chaka Khan is working on a new tribute album to folk legend Joni Mitchell. Recently, the 62-year-old Queen of Funk revealed that the album may be released in February and also talked about her decision to appear on "Dancing With the Stars."
After suffering an aneurysm this past spring, singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell's health appeared to be declining. However, as Judy Collins has stated, Mitchell is "making good progress."
Despite varying reports, it appears as though Joni Mitchell has made "remarkable progress" per her attorney's statement. Mitchell has been hospitalized in Los Angeles since March 31.
Trying to keep her health issues under the rug, folk singer Joni Mitchell last April was found unconscious and unresponsive in her home. While Mitchell's conservator, Leslie Morris, said all was fine, it has been reported that the musician actually suffered an aneurysm.
For Mad Men goers, the series finale was noted to be wrought with bad acting and an unsurprising, anti-climatic ending. But, when Don Draper is last seen meditating on what has been also been cited as Big Sur, a blast of history was at once revealed to fans of the show, which include performances at the retreat site by Joni Mitchell and the iconic Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young from a few years back.
A most unnerving piece of news about a most iconic artist, Joni Mitchell was reportedly hospitalized after being found unconscious and unresponsive in a her home last month. As of late, these claims have been denied.
It seems that Joni Mitchell isn't the only one having a fashion moment. As of late, freedom fighter Neil Young has teamed up with street wear superstars Supreme as part of a new marketing campaign.
After having a Saint Laurent fashion moment, Joni Mitchell has come out saying that she feels an "affinity" for black men, as she has "experienced being a black guy on several occasions." Not to be taken out of context, this mainly references her 1977 album cover, which featured her in black face.
With Eyes Wide Open on the Upper East Side, Cheyenne Jackson gave a personal, but laughable rundown of his life the past few years. Pulling from familiar tunes as diverse as Lady Gaga, the Gershwin Bros., Satchmo and even a bit of Elton John and Joni Mitchell, indeed, his math was good: tragedy + time = cabaret gold.
For Joni Mitchell, it has always been about creating music than releasing it. Her forthcoming release "Love Has Many Faces: A Quartet, a Ballet, Waiting to Be Danced," is not the only thing waiting to hit markets. She is also the new face of Saint Laurent.
As we say goodbye to the warm weather and welcome the coming colds (I'm not talking about temperature), so comes the season of Christmas albums. The latest news comes from none other than a Jewish singer, Idina Menzel, and her forthcoming LP Holiday Wishes.
Joni Mitchell has had a life of strife, to say the least. A battle with polio, giving a daughter up for adoption, a series of bad marriages and incurable depression, her music provided her with solace--which she describes in her latest memoirs In Her Own Words: Conversations with Malka Marom.
Sweet. Bass guitar virtuoso Jaco Pastorius will be the focus of Stephen Kijak's new documentary. The film will be the official selection of this year's Record Store Day, and Omnivore Records--on a separate note--will release a collection of found sessions by the bassist from 1976.
Due to a fracture in his shoulder, Pierre Boulez will not be able to not hold a baton to conduct his two scheduled concerts at September's Lucerne Festival.