Joni Mitchell is a famed Canadian singer and songwriter best known for hits such as ‘Both Sides Now’ and ‘Big Yellow Taxi.’ She has been named by ‘Rolling Stone’ as one of the best songwriters ever. She is also regarded as one of the most significant and influential female artists of the late 20th century. She began her career singing in nightclubs in her hometown and eventually started touring. Soon, she released her debut album ‘Song to a Seagull’. She started gaining more attention after the release of her album ‘Blue’. Peaking at the 15th position on the US Billboard 200, the album was a commercial success. It is often considered by critics as one of the best albums ever. National Public Radio chose it as the best album ever made by a woman. She proceeded to release several other albums over the next few years, such as ‘Court and Spark’, ‘Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter’, and ‘Dog eat Dog’. She has won nine Grammy Awards in different categories in her career so far. Mitchell has been an influence on several well-known artistes such as Katy Perry, Ellie Goulding, Mikael Akerfeld, as well as Madonna.