Alanis Morisette vs Janis Joplin

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American-Canadian singer-songwriter
Singer
$45 Million
Net worth 2018
Singers
Industry
Singers
Ottawa
Residence
Port Arthur, Texas, United States
Canadian
Country
United States
01/06/1974
BirthDay
19/01/1943
Died On
October 4, 1970
1.63 m
Height
Glebe Collegiate Institute, Ottawa, Ontario, Notre Dame High School, Ottawa, Ontario
Education
Thomas Jefferson High School, Lamar State College of Technology
NET WORTH STATISTIC
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2012

The album was released in 2012 under the label Collective Sound, entitled, ‘Havoc and Bright Lights’

2011

She reportedly started working on her next album in October 2011

2010

Other than this, she lend her support to the survivors of the 2010 Haiti earthquake crisis by contributing an acoustic version of the song ‘Still’ for the compilation album

2008

She even performed in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals, on the national anthems of both America and CanadaIn 2008, she released her eight studio album, ‘Flavors of Entanglement’

2005

In 2005, commemorating the tenth anniversary of her first international album, ‘Jagged Little Pill’, she released an acoustic version of the album, ‘Jagged Litle Pill Acoustic’

2004

They took the relationship forward by getting engaged in 2004

2002

In 2002, she released her fifth studio album, ‘Under Rug Swept’

1999

She did not give up on her acting career completely and de-toured from singing to take up a couple of acting projects in 1999

1998

In 1998, she released her fourth album, ‘Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie’, co-written and produced by Glen Ballard

1995

By 1995, she signed a contract with the prestigious Maverick Records, which agreed to release the album internationally

1993

Acting upon the advice of manager Scott Welch, she moved to Toronto in 1993

1991

It was in 1991 that she finally made a breakthrough signing up a two-album deal with the MCA Records Canada

1992

Numerous books, movies and documentaries have been made on her life including ‘Love, Janis’ (1992) written by her sister, Laura Joplin

1971

In 1971, her last album ‘Pearls’ with Full Tilt Boogie Band topped the charts of US Top 200 featuring her as the solo artist

1970

Her personal life was very much the root cause of her sudden demise in 1970

1969

In 1969, her solo career started with the Kozmic Blues Band which received mixed reviews for her performance and negative criticism personally causing her much distress

1968

Major WorksIn 1968, the album ‘Cheap Thrills’ with the rock band Big Brother and the Holding Company topped the charts of US Top 200 featuring her as the lead vocal artist

1966

Her first big break came in 1966, when she auditioned for psychedelic rockband Big Brother and the Holding Company

1965

Thus in order to stabilize herself, she came back to Texas in 1965

1963

In 1963, she left for San Francisco to make a career in music industry

1962

In 1962, she began performing at musical gatherings and a local bar in Austin with Waller Creek Boys, an independent trio

1960

She graduated from high school in 1960 but didn’t complete her studies in spite of going to several institutions for further education

1943

Janis was born on January 19, 1943 in Port Arthur, Texas to Seth Ward Joplin, an engineer and Dorothy Bonita East, a registrar at a business college