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FUCK YEAH JANIS JOPLIN

Janis Joplin was the most inspiring woman to ever live. This is for everyone who feels the same ♥



03:11 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin159
03:11 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin80
It’s not Janis behind (obviously!), but I like it.

It’s not Janis behind (obviously!), but I like it.

03:09 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin242
03:06 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin345
03:05 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin263

Photographed by Elliott Landy

I love this photo.

+  04:58 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin61

Photographed by Elliott Landy

+  04:57 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin19
Photographed by Eric Hayes

Photographed by Eric Hayes

04:55 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin41
Photographed by Eric Hayes

Photographed by Eric Hayes

04:54 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin29
Photographed by Eric Hayes

Photographed by Eric Hayes

04:54 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin20
Photographed by Gwendolyn Stewart

Photographed by Gwendolyn Stewart

04:53 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin4

Photographed by Elaine Mayes

+  04:51 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin31
Strange Kozmic Experience: The Doors, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix

On April 5, 2010, The Grammy Museum will debut its third major special exhibit, Strange Kozmic Experience. Housed on the Museum’s second floor, the exhibit will explore the innovations, legacies, and continual impact of the artists who defined a generation: The Doors, Janis Joplin, and Jimi Hendrix.

More here.

08:17 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin8
I never knew Janis, I never saw her or heard her voice live, I never witnessed the fireball of fury that she unleashed onstage, but I think I understand. When a soul can look on the world, and see and feel the pain and loneliness, and can reach deep down inside, and find a voice to sing of it, a soul can heal.
Melissa Etheridge feels the same as most of us do.

08:11 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin59
08:09 pm, by fuckyeahjanisjoplin27