Aug 15, 2020 | Myron's Cabaret Jazz


The Spirit & Music Of Janis Joplin


Aug 15, 2020
7:00 PM
On Sale TBD

Ticket Prices
$20.00 — $35.00
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The Kozmic Blues Show is a critically acclaimed homage to the spirit and music of the legendary Rock Goddess Janis Joplin. Michelle Rohl portrays/channels her with a breathtaking powerhouse vocal performance. Replete with Video, anecdotes, and a juggernaut 8 piece ‘Big Brother’ backing band, this show is a ‘Pearl’ that reminisces the magic that was taken from us much too soon. TV icon Drew Carey says: "Loved this tribute to Janis Joplin. It will take you right back to her Big Brother and The Holding Company days." John Kats of The Las Vegas Review Journal reports: “I’d always regretted that Janis Joplin was from another era, and that I’d never had a chance to see her perform live. But after experiencing Michelle Rohl’s fiery performance, I have no regrets. This show is a must for any Joplin Fan, past or present.” Rock's female Queen of Rock left us too soon; this year marking the 5oth anniversary of her departure – join us as we celebrate her life, music and inimitable raw rockin' energy with some ‘Kozmic Blues’ at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz!

Approx. 75 to 80 minutes with no intermission

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