Once there, Albert Grossman, Janis proposed to a new band, the Full Tilt Boogie Band, and Janis, and disengaged from heroin, but not alcohol, agreed. David Niehous wanted to travel the world and offered to go with her, but Janis chose to stay with his audience and his music. So, Janis got along very well with all members of the band, they loved her and she loved them. In the summer of that year, Janis and his band participated in the Festival Express, alongside other major artists of the time how the Grateful Dead, Buddy Guy and The Band. At a party for the Hell’s Angels in San Francisco that summer, he met Morgan and Seth fell in love with him. In September 1970, he moved to Los Angeles to record Pearl. On 4 October 1970 there was a good day in the study, and to celebrate out drinking with his teammates and got drunk. According to the forensic examination, died at 1:40 heroin overdose.Janis had already gone through similar experiences and had come out alive, but this time there was nobody to help her and her body was discovered about 18 hours later. Everyone was surprised, thinking they no longer consumed Janis, and was in the best time of your life. Passport Janis Joplin (1969). Some circumstances surrounding his death remain unexplained. The drugs that killed her was of extreme purity (had 40 purity, while it usually is only 2 ), used syringes that disappeared from his room hours after his death and there is speculation he could have someone else there. Thus, the media mystery surrounding his death, like those of Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain and Brian Jones. At six weeks of his death, left the disk Pearl, in 1971, which was a hit and remained number one in sales for 14 weeks.As a tribute, it was made the subject of “Mercedes Benz” a capella, without music, because it was the last song Janis recorded also included the song “Buried Alive in the Blues’ only with music without the voice of Janis that would have had to sing it. In 2003, Pearl was put in place 122 of the 500 greatest albums of all time. . Janis Joplin’s body was cremated at Westwood, Calif., and his ashes were thrown into the Pacific Ocean at Stinson Beach. He made 10,000 will their friends to celebrate his death with a wild party. It was a controversial artist who has always been an inspiration for other greats.