In this July 29, 1968 file photo, singer Janis Joplin performs at the Newport Folk Festival with her band Big Brother and the Holding Company. Amy Berg’s documentary “Janis: Little Girl Blue” explores the intensity and raw emotion that made Janis Joplin a great artist but also made her life a chaotic, unhappy and lonely affair.
In this July 29, 1968 file photo, singer Janis Joplin performs at the Newport Folk Festival with her band Big Brother and the Holding Company. Amy Berg’s documentary “Janis: Little Girl Blue” explores the intensity and raw emotion that made Janis Joplin a great artist but also made her life a chaotic, unhappy and lonely affair. AP
In this July 29, 1968 file photo, singer Janis Joplin performs at the Newport Folk Festival with her band Big Brother and the Holding Company. Amy Berg’s documentary “Janis: Little Girl Blue” explores the intensity and raw emotion that made Janis Joplin a great artist but also made her life a chaotic, unhappy and lonely affair. AP

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