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Joan Baez Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
Joan Baez Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

Joan Baez

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John
May 27th 2023
Wonderful!
Chicago, IL@
Old Town School of Folk Music
Leigh
November 2nd 2022
I cried- real tears. From the beginning note till the end, I was mesmerized. It had been a dream of mibr for years to see Joan Baez in concert and she exceeded my expectations. Just a magical night. My heart is full.
Fayetteville, AR@
Walton Arts Center
May 26th 2022
Nach dem Konzert von Joan Baez ein Autogramm zu bekommen, war einer der schönsten Momente in meinem Leben. Dieser Moment wird mir stets in Erinnerung bleiben.
Amsterdam, Netherlands@
Koninklijk Theater Carré
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About Joan Baez

Joan Baez, born on January 9th, 1941, is an American folk singer/songwriter of mixed Mexican and Scottish descent. Baez rose to prominence in the early '60s with her stunning renditions of traditional balladry.

In the late '60s and early '70s, Baez came into her songwriting own, penning many songs (most notably "Diamonds & Rust," a nostalgic piece about her ill-fated romance with Bob Dylan, and "Sweet Sir Galahad," a song about her late sister Mimi Fariña's second marriage) and continued to meld her songcraft with topical issues. She was outspoken in her disapproval of the Vietnam war and later the CIA-backed coups in many Latin American countries.

She was also instrumental in the Civil Rights movement, marching with Dr. Martin Luther King on many occassions and being jailed for her beliefs. In 1963, her performance of "We Shall Overcome" at the Lincoln Memorial just prior to Dr. King's famous "I Have A Dream..." speech helped turn the song into a Civil Rights anthem.

In December 1972, she traveled to Hanoi, North Vietnam, and was caught in that country's "Christmas Campaign," in which the U.S. bombed the city more times than any other during the entire war. While pregnant with her only son, Gabriel, she performed a handful of songs in the middle of the night on day one of the 1969 Woodstock festival. She is considered the "Queen of Folk" for being at the forefront of the 1960s folk revival and inspiring generations of female folksingers that followed. Nearly fifty years after she first began singing publicly in 1958, Joan Baez continues to tour, demonstrate in favor of human rights and nonviolence, and release albums for a world of devoted fans.
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Genres:
Folk

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$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
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Fan Reviews

John
May 27th 2023
Wonderful!
Chicago, IL@
Old Town School of Folk Music
Leigh
November 2nd 2022
I cried- real tears. From the beginning note till the end, I was mesmerized. It had been a dream of mibr for years to see Joan Baez in concert and she exceeded my expectations. Just a magical night. My heart is full.
Fayetteville, AR@
Walton Arts Center
May 26th 2022
Nach dem Konzert von Joan Baez ein Autogramm zu bekommen, war einer der schönsten Momente in meinem Leben. Dieser Moment wird mir stets in Erinnerung bleiben.
Amsterdam, Netherlands@
Koninklijk Theater Carré
View More Fan Reviews

About Joan Baez

Joan Baez, born on January 9th, 1941, is an American folk singer/songwriter of mixed Mexican and Scottish descent. Baez rose to prominence in the early '60s with her stunning renditions of traditional balladry.

In the late '60s and early '70s, Baez came into her songwriting own, penning many songs (most notably "Diamonds & Rust," a nostalgic piece about her ill-fated romance with Bob Dylan, and "Sweet Sir Galahad," a song about her late sister Mimi Fariña's second marriage) and continued to meld her songcraft with topical issues. She was outspoken in her disapproval of the Vietnam war and later the CIA-backed coups in many Latin American countries.

She was also instrumental in the Civil Rights movement, marching with Dr. Martin Luther King on many occassions and being jailed for her beliefs. In 1963, her performance of "We Shall Overcome" at the Lincoln Memorial just prior to Dr. King's famous "I Have A Dream..." speech helped turn the song into a Civil Rights anthem.

In December 1972, she traveled to Hanoi, North Vietnam, and was caught in that country's "Christmas Campaign," in which the U.S. bombed the city more times than any other during the entire war. While pregnant with her only son, Gabriel, she performed a handful of songs in the middle of the night on day one of the 1969 Woodstock festival. She is considered the "Queen of Folk" for being at the forefront of the 1960s folk revival and inspiring generations of female folksingers that followed. Nearly fifty years after she first began singing publicly in 1958, Joan Baez continues to tour, demonstrate in favor of human rights and nonviolence, and release albums for a world of devoted fans.
Show More
Genres:
Folk

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