3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, commemorates the life and music of Janis Joplin on the occasion of the singer's 70th birthday and celebrates the iconic electric blues singer as the label's first Artist of the Month in January 2013.
What does JJ stand for?
JJ stands for Janis Joplin (singer)
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- Japan Initiative for Youth Development
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- James Island Youth Soccer Club (Charleston, SC)
- Jeugd International Zemst (Dutch: Youth International Zemst; Zemst, Belgium)
- J Jayalalitha (India)
- Jack Johnson (musician)
- Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL football)
- Jamba Juice
- James Jr (Good Times TV show character)
- Janet Jackson
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Adams confirmed at the week's Variety Power Women's Luncheon that she would play late rocker Janis Joplin.
’” She added that this year’s acts include “a Janis Joplin Tribute Act named Pearl, a hula hoop act, a sketch comedy skit called Santa Baby, a traditional Indian dance and who the hell knows what else we’ll drum up.
Jackie Doherty does not want to see her junkie boy die in the same way as rock icons Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison - who all passed away at Pete's current age of 27.
He unnecessarily apologizes for his ``ungallant'' disclosure that ``Chelsea Hotel #2'' was about Janis Joplin, and gives a humorous account of his sojourns in and out of a Zen monastery.
95, ISBN 0-393-05936-7 From Gertrude "Ma" Rainey to Billie Holiday to Etta James and Janis Joplin, these women are just a few who have helped to define the blues through their self-expression, toughness, and their own distinctive voices.
MacGregor has gone to great pains to create period accuracy; case in point, when Mira's psychic reading for Janis Joplin is right on, and even somewhat humorous.
00 1-800-722-6657 Photographer Jim Marshall captured some of the most notable musicians in historic candid shots still remembered today: Janis Joplin with whiskey bottle and the Beatles racing across Candlestick Park at the end of their final public performance: but what about some of his other shots.