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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But Courtney was inspired to try out her unique singing style and quirky erratic dance moves when she became interested in performers like Janice Joplin and James Brown.
Along with her own songs, she also covered fellow platinum blonde popstar Gwen Stefani in a mashup of Funhouse and Just a Girl, along with taking it back a notch with a Janice Joplin cover, and What's Going On from 4 Non Blondes, a true trip down memory lane that had the crowd enchanted.
Take a Flower Power walking tour with guide/survivor Stan Flouride for an interesting, insightful and often funny explanation of the Free Frame of Reference, architectural and social history and a glimpse of a past that included assorted Hell's Angel and rock stars such as the Grateful Dead and Janice Joplin.
They included: n Etch-a-sketch n Scalextric n Mousetrap n Sindy n Mr Potato Head n Spirograph n Action Man n KerPlunk n Batman utility belt n Spacehopper Corny Christmas chart hits FROM The Beatles and The Rolling Stones to Janice Joplin and Jimi Hendrix - the 60s rocked.
Among those to progress were 25-year-old Frankie and Bennys waitress Becky Clayburn, who impressed the judge with her rendition of Janice Joplin's Mercedes Benz and Elvis hits.
Photos of Janice Joplin, Twiggy, The Doors and Charles de Gaulle are just some of the legendary figures on the wall that is roughly 18 feet long and 7 feet high.
There will also be stamps to attract baby boomers featuring 1970's musical icons Janice Joplin, Jimi Hendrix and James Brown along with late talk show king Johnny Carson.