Joni Mitchell

Decades after the classic's debut, it's appeared in movies and TV shows as varied as "The Wonder Years," "You've Got Mail," "Hereditary" and "Toy Story 4."
Fall aesthetic: Joni Mitchell wearing a perfectly tilted beret and a neck scarf.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s to never take anything or anyone for granted.
When I sang the wonderful and profound words of Joni Mitchell, “Tears and fears and feeling proud, to say I love you right
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With Henley's incredible lead vocal, the band's great harmony singing, and a lot of brilliant guitar interplay between Felder
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With more than a wink, the poised Laura Benanti portrays herself as a child show tune nerd recounting highlights from her
Although the band comes from the '60s -- formed in Palo Alto in 1965, the Dead became a quintessential San Francisco band
Ms. Sutton was obviously still suffering with her vocal limitations, jesting with the audience that the show was now being
Oh yes, women like to be seen as regular angels in women's clothing but we know they can also be the cattiest of cats and bitches from hell. Just like MOTHER NATURE. She is the worst and the best because she's the boss.
"I definitely gravitate towards sad music. Back when I was in high school I would buy a CD and find the saddest song on the record and listen to that."
Seattle-based singer songwriter David Nyro shares his first single “What Happened To Us All,” one of several he’ll be debuting
Throughout my sporadic academic career I have been extremely fortunate to study with top caliber professors such as Alexander
Back in 1995, however, Morissette lent a voice to feminists, gay men, lapsed Catholics, and others. Her music and voice displayed a repressed angst that sold incredibly well since many could identify with it.