Woodstock

Celebrating Woodstock at 50

Woodstock was more than just a music festival, it was a cultural touchstone that has echoed far beyond its own generation. In the decades since it has come to represent ideals now often overlooked or thought out-of-fashion, a testament to togetherness bonded forever through music. Whatever the...
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Woodstock at 50: 7 Performers Who Are No Longer With Us

It has been 50 years since just a few more people than expected made a pilgrimage to the middle of nowhere in upstate New York for Woodstock. By the time the music and arts festival that lasted parts of four days was over, an estimated 400,000+ had unknowingly taken part of history. From August 15-...
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Roger Daltrey of The Who: 'Woodstock Wasn't Peace and Love'

At 5am on Sunday August 17, 1969, The Who took the stage at Woodstock. The festival which became the touchstone for a generation and a symbol of the spirit of the 60s is 50 years old this month, with many looking back on fond memories of the landmark event. Not Roger Daltrey . The frontman for The...
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Lajon Witherspoon From Sevendust Talks About The 20th Anniversary Of Their Self Titled Debut

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What was your favorite summer concert, ever? Here's mine!

(Woodstock '99) This summer is looking like an epic year for concerts. Click here to see the complete Concert Listing . I started thinking back to all of the summer shows that I've seen over the years, and I tried to decide which one was my favorite. Here are my Top 3, and I just realized Metallica...
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Author Barney Hoskyns New Book "Small Town Talk" Tells The Story Of Woodstock, New York And How It Influenced The Music Of The Sixties

During the 60's the town of Woodstock, NY went from being a sleepy little art colony in the Catskills to a refuge and source of inspiration for some of the most iconic musical artists of that decade. It's where Bob Dylan went to hide after his motorcycle accident and where he recorded The Basement...
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