Despite nearly 60 years of Grammy wins, Joni Mitchell made her inaugural singing appearance on the awards show on Sunday night, captivating audiences with her rendition of "Both Sides Now" for her performance debut on the telecast.

In addition to being one of her most renowned songs, "Both Sides Now" held significant resonance as a performance choice for the Grammys.

Her inaugural Grammy win occurred 55 years ago in 1969, for the "Clouds" album, which featured the song "Both Sides Now."

Mitchell delivered the performance in her signature "Joni Jam" format, a style she has embraced since her recovery from a 2015 brain aneurysm. She was seated on a cozy throne, accompanied by a select group of all-star musicians including Brandi Carlile, Allison Russell, Jacob Collier, Lucius, Sista Strings, and Blake Mills, all seated alongside her.

Following an emotional moment at the pre-telecast Premiere Ceremony, Mitchell garnered another Grammy win, securing the award for Best Folk Album for "Joni Mitchell at Newport [Live]." Carlile, the producer of the recording, stood by her side during the acceptance.

This marked Mitchell's tenth Grammy win in her illustrious career.

When introducing Mitchell during the telecast, Carlile expressed, "Whether we realize it or not, every one of us who ever aspired to be a genuinely self-revealing singer-songwriter did so standing on the shoulders of Joni Mitchell."