According to her official website, Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell has been hospitalized.
Paramedics apparently rushed to the 71-year-old’s Bel Air home this afternoon after receiving a 911 call for an unconscious female.
Her website adds Joni is currently in intensive care in an LA area hospital but is awake and in good spirits.
The Woodstock-generation singer-songwriter who was born as Roberta Joan Anderson on November 7, 1943 in Fort Macleod, Alberta is best known for her hit “Big Yellow Taxi.”
Other accomplishments include being inducted in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997, receiving eight Grammy Awards, including a lifetime achievement award in 2002.
She has a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame in Toronto and a commemorative stamp, and is a companion of the Order of Canada.
Mitchell, who divides her living time between LA and the Sunshine Coast in BC, no longer performs because of a rare skin condition, but released a career-spanning, four-disc box set last year.