Definition of Janis joplin
1. Noun. United States singer who died of a drug overdose at the height of her popularity (1943-1970).
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1. Adventure Guide to Hungary by Dante Mena (2007)
"Cover is 800 HUF for men and 600 HUF for women. janis joplin Bar (known as Janis' Pub), V, Kiraly Pal utca 8, •B 36-1-266-2619, ..."
2. Toronto by Jennifer McMorran, Alain Rondeau (2002)
"The walls and ceiling are covered with paraphernalia that once belonged to the likes of Paul McCartney and janis joplin. ..."
3. The Catskills Alive! by Francine Silverman (2003)
"Albert Grossman, personal manager to Bob Dylan, janis joplin, Peter, Paul and Mary and other musical greats, created this restaurant in 1971. ..."
4. Adventure Guide to Texas by Kimberly Young (1999)
"The second floor features special exhibits on the Gulf Coast and area celebrities like janis joplin, George Jones, The Big Bopper, Jimmy Johnson, ..."
5. Wisdom for the Soul: Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing by Larry Chang (2006)
"janis joplin, 1943-1970 ~ About all you can do in life is be who you are. Some people will love you for you. Most will love you for what you can do for them ..."
6. Eternal Youths: How the Baby Boomers are Having Their Time Again by James Harkin, Julia Huber (2004)
"... with boomers by jogging their memory has become a flood: Mercedes is using janis joplin songs; Cadillac has borrowed Led Zeppelin's ‘Rock and Roll'; ..."
7. Sabra Crossing: An Ecological Adventure in the North Atlantic by Michael L. Frankel (1991)
"We have a rather eclectic selection of music on board attesting to the generational gap in the crew and the constantly changing music scene. janis joplin ..."