Joni Mitchell, 80, makes Grammys performance debut with stunning rendition of ‘Both Sides Now’

For the first time in her legendary career, Joni Mitchell performed at the Grammys Sunday evening.

The 80-year-old sung her 1966 hit “Both Sides Now” alongside Brandi Carlile, Blake Mills, Allison Russell, Lucius, Jacob Collier, and Sista Strings.

While Mitchell has been nominated 18 times and won 10 Grammys, her 10th win coming Sunday night for best folk album, she has never performed at the award ceremony.

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