Canadian music legend Joni Mitchell is releasing a collection of her early lyrics and drawings in October.
“Morning Glory on the Vine,” which she created in 1971, features more than 30 original pieces of artwork as well as poetry and lyrics. She originally created 100 copies and gave them to friends as gifts.
The 2019 edition will include a new introduction by Mitchell and new artwork.
The 75-year old, who was born in Fort McLeod, Alberta and raised in Saskatchewan, is one of Canada’s most influential singer-songwriters.
She’s won nine Grammy’s, has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and in 1996, received the Governor General’s Performing Arts Award for lifetime artistic achievement.