Janis Joplin

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United States singer who died of a drug overdose at the height of her popularity (1943-1970)


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The article titled "Rebirth of Blues," described her as rock's first female superstar, adding that at the 1967 Monterey International Pop Music Festival, "a volatile viol of nitroglycerine named Janis Joplin blew the rock world wide open.
So, when the Festival Express, and most importantly Janis Joplin, pass through Saskatoon and Joplin asks Easy to come and sing in Austin--she knows that this is her chance.
El documental dirigido por Amy Berg, Janis Joplin (Janis: Little Girl Blue; EU, 2015) desborda la pantalla con la exuberancia de la rockera, contrastando el fenomeno con el inventario de su vida de adolescente acosada en la escuela, mas la lectura de la cartas de Janis a familiares y amigos.
Drawing on interviews and his own experience of living there in the 1990s, he recreates the 1960s community of diverse musicians--Bob Dylan, members of The Band, Janis Joplin, Todd Rundgren, Jimi Hendrix, Karen Dalton, Van Morrison, and others--overseen by the powerful manager Albert Grossman.
He also helped immortalize artists such as the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, and the Jefferson Airplane before they became household names.
Lured by the iconic image of Janis Joplin in Golden Gate Park, I gravitated to free concerts in the park and to the Avalon and Fillmore West ballrooms to hear Janis with Big Brother, along with the Grateful Dead, the Jimmie Hendrix Experience, and others, under a blue haze of smoke.
No hour in the Tron could ever condense even the short life and death of a figure such as Janis Joplin.
Postal Service today added legendary singer Janis Joplin to its Music Icons Forever Stamp series during a first-day-of-issue ceremony at the Outside Lands Music Festival at Golden Gate Park.
The symbolic significance of the characters in El Amante de Janis Joplin
It's sub-titled Female Icons Of e 1960s, borrowing its title from the Dusty Spring eld classic, Dusty Spring-eld classic, and Emily Jane shows her versatility by also covering artists from Janis Joplin to Cilla Black, Connie Francis to Tina Turner.
Too long overlooked, the guitarist provided fire in the engine room for Muddy Waters, Janis Joplin, Dylan's Like A Rolling Stone and more.
New York, December 22 ( ANI ): There are many music legends like Kurt Cobain, Jim Morrison, Brian Jones, Jimi Hendrix, Amy Winehouse and Janis Joplin, who ended their lives at 27.
Just like Bob Dylan's similarly-named real-life manager Albert Grossman, the character owns The Gate of Horn, the Chicago club where singers like Janis Joplin got their start, which is the fictional Davis' last chance at making it big.
but I especially loved the piece on Janis Joplin ["The Pearl," Vol.
Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and Kurt Cobain all died at the same age.