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Joan Baez Tickets
Joan Baez TicketsKnown as the "Queen of Folk," Joan Baez started out strong with her first three albums reaching gold status, and she has remained a stalwart in the world of folk music ever since. Beginning with the release of her first album Folksingers' Round Harvard Square in 1959, she has put out 26 studio albums, 12 live albums and three EPs and has composed or contributed to three movie soundtracks and 21 compilations either exclusively or with other artists. Her career was marked by a long period as on-again/off-again friend, musical collaborator and lover with fellow folk legend Bob Dylan. Baez has recorded songs in English and Spanish, in both of which she's fluent, as well as six other languages. She also performed at the original Woodstock Festival. Still performing today, she's already earned her place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2017.
Saving the World One Song at a TimeIn addition to singing and songwriting, Joan Baez is also a fervent activist. The many causes she's fought for include civil rights, ending the Vietnam war, ending the death penalty, LGBT rights, human rights in Iran, saving the California redwoods, ending the war in Iraq and supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement. In March of 2011, Amnesty International honored Joan Baez for her activism by creating an award in her name, the Joan Baez Award for Outstanding Inspirational Service in the Global Fight for Human Rights. She was given the inaugural honor in a tribute to her work.
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What can I expect from Joan Baez?Joan Baez music is a distinctive brand of folk music with Americana, folk rock, country folk, Latin and gospel mixed in. As a multi-instrumentalist, Joan Baez can be seen live playing a guitar, ukulele or piano.
Where can I see the Joan Baez tour?Joan Baez is currently touring throughout the globe on her 2019 Fare Thee Well Tour, making stops in places like the Flower Festival in Turin, Italy, the Theatre Antique in Vienne, France, and the Festival de Porta Ferrada in Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain.
How many Grammy Awards has Joan Baez won?Joan Baez has been nominated for nine Grammy Awards. In February of 2007, she was awarded a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
What songs might I hear at a Joan Baez concert?At any Joan Baez show, you are likely to hear a wide selection of her original hits like "Sweet Sir Galahad," "Diamonds & Rust," "Here's to You" (written with Ennio Morricone), "Honest Lullaby" and "Speaking of Dreams." In addition to her originals songs, Joan Baez often adds many covers to her set as she has recorded her own rendition of songs by great artists like Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, the Rolling Stones, Violeta Parra, Leonard Cohen, Jackson Browne, the Beatles, Allman Brothers Band and Bob Dylan. Some of the old standards and songs written by others that she's recorded and often performs live include "What Have They Done to the Rain," "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You," "We Shall Overcome," "Mary Hamilton," "There but for Fortune," "Forever Young," "Farewell, Angelina," "The House of the Rising Son," "Lily of the West," "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue," "Love is Just a Four-Letter Word," "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" and "The Scarlet Tide."
Who are Joan Baez influences?Listen closely when you hear Joan Baez live and you may just pick up on some of her musical influences like Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie.
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