Katie Noonan to Perform Joni Mitchell's BLUE for 50th Anniversary in Goulburn

Goulburn Mulwaree Council


Celebrated Queensland artist Katie Noonan is presenting Joni Mitchell's Blue - to commemorate the 50th anniversary of this landmark album at Goulburn Performing Arts Centre on Sunday 16th April at 4pm.

Katie Noonan will be accompanied by guitarist Ben Hauptmann performing in intimate mode for this special tour.

According to Mitchell, Blue was "the purest emotional record that I will ever make in my life… there's hardly a dishonest note in the vocals."

Over the past 20 years, five-time ARIA award-winning artist Katie Noonan has proven herself one of Australia's most hardworking, versatile and prolific artists. Named one of the greatest Australian singers of all time by the Herald Sun, Katie has produced 20 studio albums throughout her career, with seven times platinum record sales under her belt and 27 ARIA award nominations that span diverse genres.

"Blue is an album that unequivocally changed my life. From a compositional, lyrical and vocal performance point of view it has inspired me deeply. I love that the album was gifted to me from another female artist, and it is an album I regularly recommend to up-and-coming female artists also. Joni's artistry and music genius is unparalleled, and I absolutely love singing her songs." Katie Noonan

Goulburn Performing Arts Centre Manager, Raina Savage said, 'This beautiful concert is sure to please not only Joni fans but lovers of music and poetry alike; it will be a spine-tingling evening you won't want to miss."

For tickets go to: https://www.goulburnpac.com.au/Events-directory/Katie-Noonan-Joni-Mitchells-Blue-50th-Anniversary-Tour

Tickets are also available from the Box Office in person or call 02 4823 4999 Tuesday to Friday, 10am to 3pm.

'So beautifully sung that I could see audience members wiping away tears...a very special night.' Weekendnotes.com

'Noonan, whose vocal acrobatics sent shivers down the spine, is ensuring this beloved old album continues to enchant new audiences.' Sydney Morning Herald

'Katie's golden dulcet tones filled the auditorium with a purity and clarity of tone and deftly captured the essence of this iconic artist.' Stagewhispers.com

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