Janis Joplin’s last meal was at Barney’s Beanery at 8447 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, California. Her last meal consisted of nine tequila shots.
Final Resting Place:
Grave Location:Pismo Beach, California
Grave Location Description
Janis Joplin’s ashes were scattered from an airplane off the coast of Pismo Beach.
Read More About Janis Joplin:
- Published Obituary
- Wikipedia Entry
- Janis Joplin On Her Own Terms
- How Janis Joplin Became The Singer Who Wouldn’t Settle
- Janis Joplin: More Than Just A Great Big Voice
- Summer Of Love Look Back: Janis Joplin's San Francisco
- Janis Joplin - Queen of Psychedelic Soul
- When Janis Joplin hit Jim Morrison over the head with a bottle to fend off his advances
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