USCB Center for the Arts is hosting “The Evolution of Joni Mitchell: A Concert By Lauren Fox.”
Lauren Fox created “The Evolution of Joni Mitchell,” after being inspired by David Yaffe’s passionate, brilliant biography, “Reckless Daughter.” In chronological order, Lauren takes us on a captivating and enlightening journey through Joni Mitchell’s life and music.
From early folk to folk-rock, to jazz and pop music, Joni Mitchell continually evolved and pushed the envelope, defying critics and fans, who wanted her to stay the lithe and lovely, gentle folk faerie that they fell in love with in the 60s.
Mitchell is a true pioneer, blazing a trail for women in music for decades to come, by never compromising her artistry.
Throughout the show, Fox and her pianist/narrator Andrew Powers use excerpts from “Reckless Daughter” to tell the stories behind songs, stringing together the story of Joni’s life, through her music. Songs include “Both Sides Now,” “Big Yellow Taxi,” “Chelsea Morning,” “Woodstock,” “The Circle Game,” “A Case Of You,” “Free Man in Paris,” “Hejira,” “Night Ride Home,” and “Turbulent Indigo.”
Tickets are on sale now for this one night only performance, at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 28 at the USCB Center for the Arts at 801 Carteret Street in historic downtown Beaufort.
Tickets and details are available online at www.uscbcenterforthearts.com or by calling 843-521-4145.