Janis Joplin's final interview, recorded four days before her death. It is a poignant, bitter and defiant speech on rejection, self-determination, gender and self-worth.
This one's a cover of a song by Kris Kristofferson and Fred Foster that ended up more popular than the original. Departing from the country style of the first release, Janis's version was much closer to the popular musical styles of the time.
It's yet another heat wave!
Wow. Just Wow.
(Howard Tate - Janis copied it note for note) In case you were looking for a mellow alternative to the Alice Cooper concert, I thought I would toss
It's Memorial Day weekend, and that means it's officially summer. What better way to introduce it than the late, great Janis Joplin with her soulful r
Teenage British soul star Joss Stone and a bald Melissa Etheridge electrified the Grammys audience with a gritty tribute to Janis Joplin. Video Kri