Janis Joplin looks like an ordinary girl from the next yard. But this girl blew up world rock music, and something unimaginable was happening at the singer's concerts.
Janice Joplin was born in Texas in the United States of America. Her parents were extremely developed intellectually - her father listened exclusively to classical music, and her mother sang well and read clever books.
Since childhood, Janice was different from her peers, since she was developed beyond her years. For this, her classmates disliked her. She drew well and studied different musical directions.
In 1960, Janice, like a decent girl, entered the University of Texas. But she didn't last long, she dropped out of school after three years. The reason was her serious passion for music. In addition, at the university, a girl with a rebellious character was simply bored, not everyone loved her, many slandered her after her. But Janice did not pay attention to the disapproving looks - she walked barefoot through the streets, always said what she thought, and defended her black comrades.
Janice sang for the first time while still at university. The audience was struck by her colossal voice with a range of three octaves. At first, Janice performed in various musical groups, but it immediately became clear to everyone that the listeners were going to Janis Joplin, and the rest of the group did not interest them.
Soon Janice began a solo career, and so successfully that she was put on a par with the famous Tina Turner and the legendary "Rolling stones". Janis Joplin performed her songs so emotionally, completely immersed in the music that the audience went to her concerts as a show.
Janice Joplin was extremely loving. Lovers changed each other more often than the singer changed dresses. Among her lovers were famous musicians such as Jimi Hendrix and Jim Morrison. But the singer was not interested in the professional and personal qualities of the chosen ones; her strongest love was the rowdy and drunkard Seth Morgan. It was also rumored that Janice had close relationships not only with the opposite sex.
Despite not having an abundance of lovers, Janice was never married and at heart felt very lonely. She felt she was different from others, and she was depressed. There was no close person to whom she could open her heart.
Janice Joplin died at the age of twenty-seven. The cause of her death was most likely an unintentional drug overdose, which the singer was fond of for many years. Although murder is not excluded, and suicide is possible.
Janice Joplin's body was cremated and the ashes scattered over the waters of the Pacific Ocean. This is how true American rock stars end their journey.