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Joni Mitchell is back on Spotify just like Neil Young — because Joe Rogan isn’t going anywhere

Brandi Carlile and Joni Mitchell perform during the 2024 Gershwin Prize for Popular Song presentation to Elton John and Bernie Taupin by the Library of Congress at DAR Constitution Hall on March 20, 2024 in Washington, DC.
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Two years after several legendary musicians broke with Spotify in protest over controversial remarks made on podcaster Joe Rogan’s show, most have now returned to the music service — with Joni Mitchell as the latest example. As noted by The New York Times, several of the singer-songwriter’s most pivotal albums, including Blue, are once again available to stream on Spotify. Mitchell’s representatives haven’t offered any comment on her quiet comeback.

“Irresponsible people are spreading lies that are costing people their lives,” Mitchell wrote in 2022 amid an uproar directed at Rogan for misinformation that was repeated on his podcast.

Neil Young, the musician who was most vocal in his criticism of comments on The Joe Rogan Experience…

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