Joni Mitchell Hospitalized After Being Found Unconscious

by Paul Cashmere, Noise11

Legendary singer songwriter Joni Mitchell has been rushed to hospital after being found unconscious in the Bel Air home.

The condition of the eight-time Grammy winner is listed as serious.

Paramedics responded to an emergency call at around 2:30 PM Tuesday (March 31) LA time. The 71-year old singer was rushed to a nearby hospital.

Canadian born Mitchell released her debut album in 1968. She has recorded 19 albums, the most recent being Shine in 2007.

Joni’s classic albums include Ladies of the Canyon, featuring Big Yellow Taxi and Woodstock in 1971, For The Roses featuring You Turn Me On I’m A Radio in 1972 and Court and Spark with Free Man In Paris and Help Me in 1974.

Graham Nash wrote Our House about his two-year affair with Mitchell. Led Zeppelin’s Going To California is also about Mitchell. Sonic Youth’s Hey Joni is about Joni while Alanis Morissette named-checks her in Your House, Prince refers to her in The Ballad of Dorothy Parker and John Mayer sings about her in his song Queen of California.

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