The summer of 1969 saw the world united in hope, but by the end of the year, the death of the 60s dream left the world asking: what was next?
50 years after Creedence Clearwater Revival played Woodstock, their legendary performance is being released on 'Live At Woodstock' on 2 August.
The three-day festival in August celebrating the 50th anniversary of Woodstock has been officially cancelled, officials confirm.
Back in 1969 there were bands that played Woodstock more by luck than their stature on the international stage. The Keef Hartley Band was one of them.
The event will take place 16-18 August in Watkins Glen located in upstate New York and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original festival.
Alvin Lee’s performance at Woodstock in 1969 catapulted him to superstardom, and the guitarist is now remembered as one of blues rock’s finest ever.
For some 1967’s Summer of Love had its origins on at this historic counter-culture event, the Human Be-In at the Polo Fields in Golden Gate Park.
Festival organiser Michael Lang has revealed the 50th anniversary event in August will be moving from Bethel to the new site.
The legendary original festival featured Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, Creedence Clearwater Revival and more.
“Unlike Michael Wadleigh’s classic 1970 documentary, our film turns the cameras around, into the audience”, said American Experience executive producer Mark Samels.
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Since the early jazz & folk happenings in the 1960s, almost every musical genre has had festivals to attract the faithful as well as potential converts.
The Woodstock Festival of 1969 will celebrate its 45th anniversary this summer, but Michael Lang says he’s thinking about the 50th anniversary in 2019.
It doesn’t have the same ring to it, but then again the people who went to Woodstock never actually got to the iconic town either, they went to Bethel...
Before appearing at Woodstock, Ten Years After was just another British blues-jazz band. After the festival, the band was elevated to superstar status.
1969 was THE year of the festivals. Across North America and Britain there seemed to be one taking place somewhere almost every weekend during the summer.