Big Brother and the Holding Co., ‘Sex, Dope and Cheap Thrills': Album Review
Janis Joplin's breakthrough moment, expanded and raw.
Janis Joplin Friend Says She Didn’t Die by Overdose
Hotel room witness reveals detail that always concerned her about 1970 tragedy.
Rare Janis Joplin Tracks Featured on ‘Sex, Dope & Cheap Thrills’
Thirty rare tracks from the sessions for the band's major-label debut collected on upcoming album.
Watch a 13-Year-Old Sing Like Janis Joplin on ‘America’s Got Talent’
A British teen dazzled the judges with a performance of "Hard to Handle."
The True Story Behind Janis Joplin’s ‘Me and Bobby McGee’
The producer who hired Kris Kristofferson to write "Me and Bobby McGee" has been inducted to the Country Music Hall of Fame — and the former secretary who inspired it was in the audience.
Michelle Williams in Talks to Star as Janis Joplin
A long-gestating Janis Joplin biopic might eventually star three-time Oscar nominee Michelle Williams.
Revisiting Janis Joplin’s ‘Pearl,’ Released After Her Death
Janis Joplin wasn't around when her second solo album arrived in January 1971.
Janis Joplin’s Car Sells for More Than $1.7 Million
Janis Joplin's famous 1965 Porsche 356C Cabriolet fetched a record price at an auction.
50 Years Ago: Janis Joplin Leaves Big Brother and the Holding Company
Though they may have been far from technically sound, Big Brother and the Holding Company were, in fact, the perfect band for a young Janis Joplin to have on her side.
Janis Joplin ‘Little Girl Blue’ Documentary to Air on PBS
Janis: Little Girl Blue, the new Janis Joplin documentary helmed by Oscar-nominated director Amy Berg, has started its limited theatrical run, which will be followed by airings on PBS' American Masters series.