TOMORROW night, at the Brogo Hall, the second of the Brogo River Dances will be held.

The evening will start at 8pm, with Open Book and the Pamphletts, followed by a sincere and respectful tribute to Joni Mitchell, featuring Heather Black, and friends.

Take a walk (or a dance) through Joni’s wonderful garden of music, and relive her classics like “Big Yellow Taxi” and “You Turn Me On I’m a Radio”, and experience her ability to paint pictures with words.

As a singer, songwriter, musician, and artist, Joni Mitchell has survived four decades in the music industry, and continues to experiment with different styles of music.

She plays with many different guitar tunings, and this gives her music a rich, full sound.

She recently started using a guitar which was especially designed to allow for quick tuning, which has made performing for her a lot easier.

Unfortunately, Joni can’t be there in person tomorrow night, but the Brogo Hills will be alive with her music.

Joni Mitchell, by her own admission loves to dance, and hopefully so will the audience, as Open Book turns back the pages to some 80s cruisin’ music.

The Brogo Hall has a great heating system, and this is an all ages, smoke free concert.

Light snacks and tea and coffee will be available – Entry fee is $6.

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