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February 28, 2014 7:34 AM

Review: Janis Joplin revived in ‘Sweet Southern Comfort Rock ‘n’ Roll’

The name Janis Joplin is never mentioned once during Cabaret Oldtown’s new “Sweet Southern Comfort Rock ‘n’ Roll” (perhaps because of a rights question), but Christi Moore does everything in her one-woman revue to resurrect that charismatic, troubled 1960s icon who was once known as the Queen of Psychedelic Soul.

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