Woodstock Was Filled with The Beatles’ Spirit and Music!

Woodstock was filled with The Beatles’ spirit and music. Richie Havens played three Beatles songs, and Joe Cocker along with CSNY each performed one. Here are our top 3 ranked Beatles covers performed at Woodstock! Richie Havens – “Strawberry Fields Forever”Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – “Blackbird”Joe Cocker – “With a Little Help From My Friends” Which one is your favorite? : Getty & Henry...

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Today, we remember the legendary Jimi Hendrix.

“[Jimi Hendrix] was a truly astonishing performance and one that would become one of the most enduring of all Woodstock moments and memories.” -BETHEL WOODS Today, we remember the legendary Jimi Hendrix. Honor Hendrix by listening to this...

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Woodstock ’69 took some time to find its permanent home in Bethel, New York!

“The venue for the festival changed not once, not twice, but four times.” – Mike Evans, co-editor of WOODSTOCK: THREE DAYS THAT ROCKED THE WORLD Woodstock ’69 took some time to find its permanent home in Bethel, New York. After the third location rejected the festival in July, just weeks before the event, panic ensued. Fortunately, Max Yasgur stepped in and offered his farm in Bethel as the new venue for Woodstock. Despite the change in location, the event retained the name Woodstock due to prior talent bookings. 📸: Getty...

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Artist Spotlight: The Incredible String Band

☮️Artist Spotlight ☮️ The Incredible String Band (ISB) was a pioneering British psychedelic folk group from Edinburgh, Scotland. The band’s music showcased innovative instrumentation and experimentation, earning them a significant following. Paul McCartney even hailed 5000 SPIRITS as his favorite album of 1967. The band played during the second day of Woodstock. 📸: Getty...

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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! 💚🍀 Did you know that guitarist Henry McCullough was the only Irishman to play at Woodstock? He was helicoptered in to perform with Joe Cocker and the Grease Band, then they all left to continue their own tour. Photo courtesy of Getty...

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Happy International Women’s Day!

Happy International Women’s Day! ❤️ There were many iconic female artists that took the stage at Woodstock, who’s legacy still has left a mark on musicians and fans to this day. Pictured above are the amazing Melanie Safka, Cynthia Robinson and Rose Stone, Janis Joplin, Grace Slick, Joan Baez, and Nancy Nevins. Take a look at an article about the women of Woodstock! To read, visit: https://found.ee/WomenOfWoodstock Photos courtesy of Getty Images and Henry...

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Happy Birthday Roger Daltrey!

Happy Birthday to Woodstock ‘69 performer, Roger Daltrey of The Who! Do you think The Who’s performance is one of the most iconic from the 1969 festival? The band belted out hits from their rock-opera, TOMMY, giving the crowd quite a treat!Listen to “See Me, Feel Me” live here: https://found.ee/TheWhoLivePhoto courtesy of Getty...

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Spotlight On Ravi Shankar!

Spotlight on Ravi Shankar! 🔦A huge influence and legend in his own right, Woodstock ‘69 artist Ravi Shankar influenced one band that would change music as we know it forever… The Beatles!“[George] Harrison’s penchant for classical Indian music can be heard across The Beatles back catalogue as Harrison brought Eastern philosophy to the heart of the Western world’s pop darlings. After Harrison and [Ravi] Shankar met, the Fab Four started to use a lot of his techniques.” -FAR OUT MAGAZINEWhat is your favorite song Ravi performed at the festival?Photo courtesy of Getty...

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Albums from ’94

“Woodstock returned to the festival circuit for a historic, mud-soaked weekend, while the likes of Oasis, Nine Inch Nails, and more all had their big breakthroughs.” -NMEWhile Woodstock ‘94 is celebrating it’s 30th anniversary, so are some of the iconic albums by some of the performers including Nine Inch Nails, Apex Twin, and many more!Check out the full list here: https://found.ee/AlbumsFrom94Pictured: NIN performing in ‘94, courtesy of Getty...

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Remembering Michael Lang

Today, we remember Woodstock co-creator and producer Michael Lang, who passed away two years ago. Lang was instrumental in making Woodstock 1969 happen, and because of his efforts, this festival lives on in rock n’ roll history! Photo courtesy of Getty Images. WOODSTOCK, NY – 1969: Music concert promoter, producer and artistic manager Michael Lang in 1969 in Woodstock, New York. (Photo by Ginny Winn/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty...

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