January 2 to February 6,1969Janis and the Kozmic Blues Band rehearse new material.
February 8, 1969Kozmic Blues
New York
February 9, 1969Kozmic Blues
Music Hall, Boston, MA
February 11-12, 1969Kozmic Blues
Fillmore East, New York
February 14, 1969Kozmic Blues
State University of New York, Albany, NY
February 15, 1969Kozmic Blues
University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
February 16, 1969Kozmic Blues
Toronto, Canada
February 21, 1969Kozmic Blues
Colby College, Waterville, ME
February 22, 1969Kozmic Blues
Clark University, Worcester, MA
February 23, 1969Kozmic Blues
Queens College, Flushing, New York
February 28, 1969Kozmic Blues
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NCl
March 1, 1969Kozmic Blues
Duke University, Durham, NC
March 7, 1969Kozmic Blues
Evanston, IL
March 9, 1969Kozmic Blues
Toledo, OH
March 15, 1969Kozmic Blues, blocking for 'The Ed Sullivan Show" in the morning; appearance at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, in the evening
March 16, 1969Kozmic Blues
The Ed Sullivan Show
March 20-23, 1969Kozmic Blues
Winterland/Fillmore West, San Francisco
March 27, 1969Kozmic Blues
Sacramento, CA
March 28, 1969Kozmic Blues
San Bernardino, CA
March 29, 1969Kozmic Blues
San Diego, CA
March 30, 1969Kozmic Blues departure for Stockholm and the European tour.
April 1, 1969Kozmic Blues
taping of television show in Stockholm
April 11, 1969Kozmic Blues
Amsterdam
April 12, 1969Kozmic Blues
two concerts in Frankfurt
April 14, 1969Kozmic Blues
Olympia Theatre, Paris
April 17, 1969Kozmic Blues
Stockholm
April 19, 1969Kozmic Blues
Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen
April 21, 1969Kozmic Blues
Albert Hall (sold out), London
April 24, 1969Kozmic Blues return to the United States from European tour.
April 25, 1969Kozmic Blues
Springfield, MA
April 26, 1969Kozmic Blues
MIT, Cambridge, MA (afternoon)
Brown University, Providence, RI (evening)
April 27, 1969Kozmic Blues
Rochester, NY
May 2, 1969Kozmic Blues
War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY
May 3, 1969Kozmic Blues
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
May 4, 1969Kozmic Blues
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
May 9, 1969Kozmic Blues
Cleveland Convention Center, Cleveland, OH
May 10, 1969Kozmic Blues
Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI
May 11, 1969Kozmic Blues
Veteran's Memorial Music Hall, Columbus, OH
June 16 - 26, 1969Kozmic Blues records I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama!
Los Angeles, CA
June 30, 1969Kozmic Blues
St. Louis, MO
July 1, 1969Kozmic Blues
Edwardsville, IL
July 2, 1969Kozmic Blues
Des Moines, Iowa
July 5, 1969Kozmic Blues
Atlanta International Pop Festival Atlanta, GA
July 8, 1969Kozmic Blues
Tanglewood Music Festival
Tanglewood, MA
July 11, 1969Kozmic Blues
Hampton Beach, NY
July 12, 1969Kozmic Blues
Yale Bowl, New Haven, CT
July 16, 1969Kozmic Blues
Dick Cavett Show
July 19, 1969Kozmic Blues
Forest Hills Tennis Stadium, Queens, NY
July 25-26, 1969Kozmic Blues
Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD
August 3, 1969Kozmic Blues
Atlantic City, NJ
August 16, 1969Kozmic Blues; Canned Heat, Creedence Clearwater Revival, the Grateful Dead, Keef Hartley, Jefferson Airplane, Mountain, Quill, Santana, The Who.
Woodstock Music & Art Fair, Woodstock, NY
August 23, 1969Kozmic Blues
Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ
August 27, 1969Kozmic Blues
Saratoga Performing Arts Camp, Saratoga Springs, NY
August 29, 1969Kozmic Blues
Blossom Music Festival Cuyahoga Falls, OH
August 30, 1969Kozmic Blues
Texas International Pop Festival
Dallas International Speedway, Dallas, TX
August 31, 1969Kozmic Blues
Louisiana International Speedway, Gonzales, LA
September 1969Columbia releases I Got Dem Ol' Kozmic Blues Again Mama!
September 8, 1969Kozmic Blues
taping of "Music Scene" television show
Los Angeles, CA
September 18, 1969Kozmic Blues rehearsal for "This Is Tom Jones" television show
Los Angeles, CA
September 20, 1969Kozmic Blues
Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA
September 21, 1969taping of "This Is Tom Jones."
October 3, 1969Kozmic Blues
Tempe, AZ
October 4, 1969Kozmic Blues
San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA
October 5, 1969Kozmic Blues
Winterland, San Francisco
October 11, 1969Kozmic Blues
Sacramento, CA
October 17, 1969Kozmic Blues
University of Texas, Austin, TX
October 18, 1969Kozmic Blues
San Antonio, TX
October 19, 1969Kozmic Blues
Houston, TX
October 31, 1969Kozmic Blues
Convention Hall, Philadelphia, PA
November 8, 1969Kozmic Blues
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
November 16, 1969Kozmic Blues
Tampa, FL
November 21, 1969Kozmic Blues
Dane County Exposition Center, Madison, WI
November 23, 1969Kozmic Blues
Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL
November 26, 1969Kozmic Blues
Springfield Municipal Auditorium, Springfield, MA
November 28, 1969Kozmic Blues
Pittsburgh, PA
December 5, 1969Kozmic Blues
Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA
December 6, 1969Kozmic Blues
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, NC
December 6, 1969Kozmic Blues
Broadcast of "This is Tom Jones" television show with Kozmic Blues performance.
taped in Los Angeles
December 7, 1969Kozmic Blues with Butterfield Blues Band and special guest Joe Cocker
Civic Center, Baltimore, MD
December 11, 1969Janis Joplin and the Kozmic Blues Band play the
Boston Music Hall with the Butterfield Blues Band.
Boston, MA
Mid- December 1969Janis and Kozmic Blues perform "Me and Bobby McGee" for the first time in concert
Nashville, TN
December 19, 1969Kozmic Blues
Madison Square Garden, New York City - the last Kozmic Blues Band gig.
 
April 4, 1970Janis sings with Big Brother and the Holding Company at a reunion performance
San Francisco
Mid May, 1970Janis' first performance with her new band, soon to be called the Full Tilt Boogie Band; Big Brother and the Holding Company also plays, with Nick Gravenites singling lead;
Hell Angels dance
Pepperland, San Rafael, CA
May 29, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Gainesville, FL
May 30, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Jacksonville, FL
May 31, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Miami, FL
June 5, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Columbus, OH
June 6, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Indianapolis, IN
June 12, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Louisville, KY
June 14, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Kansas City
June 19-20, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
College Park, MD
June 26, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Schenectady, NY
June 28, 1970Full Tilt Boogie with The Band, Grateful Dead, Delaney and Bonnie and Friends, Ian and Sylvia, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Tom Rush, Buddy Guy, Eric Andersen, Mountain, Ten Years After, Traffic, Seatrain, Charlebois, James & the Good Brothers, Cat, Mashmakan and the Modern Rock Quartet
Festival Express Train (first concert)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
July 1, 1970Full Tilt Boogie (and various, see above)
Festival Express Train (second concert)
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
July 4, 1970Full Tilt Boogie (and various, see above)
Festival Express Train (final concert)
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
July 5, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Seattle, WA
July 6, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Honolulu, HI
July 10, 1970Janis appears without her band at 70th birthday party for Ken Threadgill, the Austin club owner who gave her her first singing job.
Threadgill's, Austin
July 11, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Sports Arena, San Diego, CA
July 12, 1970Full Tilt Boogie, with Joy of Cooking
Santa Clara Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA
July 17, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Albuquerque, NM
August 2, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Forest Hills Tennis Stadium, Queens, NY
August 3, 1970Full Tilt, taping of "The Dick Cavatt Show"
August 5, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Ravinia Park, Highland Park, IL
August 6, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Peace Festival Shea Stadium, New York City
August 8, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Capitol Theater, Port Chester, NY
August 11, 1970Full Tilt Boogie
Garden State Arts Center, NJ
August 12, 1970Full Tilt Boogie - their last concert.
Harvard Stadium, Cambridge, MA
August 15, 1970Janis attends her 10-year high school, Port Arthur, Texas
September 1970Full Tilt records the Pearl album
Los Angeles
October 4,1970Janis dies of an accidental overdose of heroin in Los Angeles. The Pearl album is completed after her death by producer Paul Rothchild and the Full Tilt Boogie Band. After its release in January 1971, it goes to #1 for nine weeks and contains a hit single, Janis's version of Kris Kristofferson's "Me and Bobby McGee."

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