Janis Joplin

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Noun1.Janis Joplin - United States singer who died of a drug overdose at the height of her popularity (1943-1970)
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June 25, 1970: Wearing a purple suit, countless bracelets and a pink feather boa in her hair, Janis Joplin had a chat with TV show host Dick Cavett.
Janis Joplin - she had so much soul and overcame a lot of difficulties IF YOU WERE A DRINK WHAT WOULD YOU BE?
They were joined by other Bay area groups such as Jefferson Airplane, the Grateful Dead and Big Brother and the Holding Company, with their explosively passionate singer Janis Joplin.
Freedom's Just Another Word is the story of how aspiring Blues singer Louisiana Merritt, a half-black girl from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, meets Janis Joplin and is offered a chance to audition if she can get down to Austin, Texas in time.
Cuando entre al cuarto de hotel senti que estaba vacio", afirma John Cooke, uno de los asociados de la ultima banda de Janis Joplin.
Small Town Talk: Bob Dylan, The Band, Van Morrison, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix & Friends in the Wild Years of Woodstock
The two most prominent female members of the so-called "27 Club" may have worked in different musical registers, but it was Janis Joplin who blazed a trail for female artists like Amy Winehouse to defy industry standards of appearance, performance and behavior.
Known for her dynamic and original interpretations of folk, soul, country, rock and pop classics she tales her influences from the likes of Janis Joplin, Nina Simone, Tina Turner, Etta James and Stevie Nicks.
Photographer Jim Marshall] helped immortalize artists such as the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, and the Jefferson Airplane before they became household names.
On the Road with Janis Joplin comes from Joplin's early road manager who took the job for Janis and her band in 1967 and served as their 'roadie' for over a decade, until her overdose in 1970.
Pop music is the sound track of life, and Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and Janis Joplin provided the backbeat for mine.
Brett's sixth novel tells the story of a heroine who arrives in London in 1967 and proceeds to interview all the biggest names in music from Mick Jagger and Janis Joplin to Jimi Hendrix and Cher.