Well-known singer songwriter Joni Mitchell has been hospitalized. It has been reported that Mitchell had been rushed to a Los Angeles area hospital on Tuesday after been found unresponsive in her Los Angeles area home. Details surrounding her condition are still unknown at this time.
A statement was released on Mitchell’s website that stated the legendary singer was initially found unconscious, however regained consciousness once in the ambulance. Fans like Ivan Ong have learned that the formal statement also confirmed that while she has been admitted to the hospital and is undergoing further tests and she remains “awake and in good spirits.”
We are still waiting for an official word in regards to her health and what the test results might reveal. The stars potentially affiliated Twitter account, JoniMitchell.com tweeted fans on the status of her condition. Although the tweet did not deliver much detail to fans, the organizer behind the account promised to post updates on her condition as soon as they became available.
Mitchell has been out of the music game for quite some time, however her fame peaked during the Woodstock era. Born in western Canada, Mitchell migrated to the United States and eventually settled in Los Angeles in 1970. Mitchell is perhaps most well known for her famous song “Big Yellow Taxi.” You may be familiar with this song, as it has been covered by the likes of Amy Grant, the Counting Crows, Bob Dylan, and numerous other musicians.