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From her early days performing in coffee houses to singing at the 1969 Woodstock Festival, Joan Baez has made a name for herself, uniting political presence and powerful vocals in hit songs like "Diamonds and Rust" and "Oh Freedom." A songwriter, performer, and bilingual singer, Baez got her start in folk music, but throughout the years has diversified her sound, grabbing the attention rock, pop, country, and gospel fans alike. Don't miss your chance to see her LIVE! Buy your Joan Baez tickets now!
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Joan Baez Concert Tickets

Know for her residency at Boston's Club 47 and collaborative work with Bob Dylan, Joan Baez has been in the music business since 1959. Baez broke out as a topical folk musician after performing at the Newport Folk Festival, and she has stayed in the limelight as a singer, songwriter and social activist ever since. Joan Baez tickets allow fans to get an up-close look into her political beliefs and trouble with the law.

During the early 1960s, Baez became a well-established voice for political change and progressive movements, and she even sang at the March on Washington in 1963. Her critically acclaimed Diamonds and Rust made way for commercial success in 1975, which followed Any Day Now, One Day at a Time and Carry it On.

The singer has released 24 studio albums and several live releases throughout her career. Baez remained both politically and musically active during the 1970s, and she has performed at numerous benefits and fundraisers throughout the world to support her beliefs. In 2005, the singer released Bowery Songs, which featured Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan.