Janis discovers that kicking a habit is easier said than done. She escapes to Rio during Carnival and has an auspicious meeting with someone who helps her through the worst of her withdrawals. Back home, she welcomes unexpected visitors who invite her to keep the party rolling with the Great Tequila Boogie.
SOURCES Janis: Her Life and Music, by Holly George-Warren
County to buy slice of Janis Joplin’s former Larkspur estate (Marin Independent Journal)
A Star Is Reborn (Texas Monthly)
Long, Dark History of West Hollywood’s Barney Beanery Against the LGBTQ+ Community (The Pride)
Kristofferson: The Wild American, by Stephen Miller
Buried Alive: The Biography of Janis Joplin, by Myra Friedman