1. Janis Joplin had died the day before from an overdose of heroin.
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7. On November 4, 2013, Janis Joplin received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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8. Janis Joplin died on October 4, 1970, from an accidental heroin overdose inside of the Landmark Hotel in Hollywood.
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9. In 1970, Janis Joplin joined the Grateful Dead and several hit artists for the Festival Express railroad tour in Canada.
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11. Janis Joplin temporarily went back to Texas, but she could not resist the urge to move back to California in 1966.
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14. Janis Joplin went on to attend college for a short time in Beaumont and Austin.
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18. Janis Joplin was inspired by legendary blues vocalists Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey and Odetta, an early leading figure in the folk music movement.
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21. On November 4, 2013, Janis Joplin was awarded with the 2,510th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her contributions to the music industry.
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26. Janis Joplin checked into the Landmark Motor Hotel in Hollywood on August 24, 1970, near Sunset Sound Recorders, where she began rehearsing and recording her album.
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31. In May 1965, Janis Joplin's friends in San Francisco, noticing the detrimental effects on her from regularly injecting methamphetamine, persuaded her to return to Port Arthur.
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