He is my favorite Woodstock artist, the highlight of the entire festival.
Richie Havens, 72 Who opened Woodstock, and thus became the epigraph to the ultimate document of the 1960s?
The Road to Woodstockby Michael Lang The festival's co-founder shares insider details on Woodstock.
Excerpted from The Road to Woodstock by Michael Lang with Holly George-Warren.
When President Bill Clinton called the Hay Literary Festival the “Woodstock of the Mind” in 2001, he was on to something.
But the chief glory of the town of Woodstock has been its love of local law.
No longer a prisoner at Woodstock, she rides gaily into Oxford.
Woodstock has been like a miniature republic, and has always believed in the supremacy of local law.
Prince William adjoins Woodstock on the Western side of the river.
And the best thing that you can do is to join Fosbrooke and Bouncer and me, in a trap to Woodstock to-morrow.
A village in New York state, where some 400,000 young people assembled in 1969 for a rock music festival.
Note: The size of the crowd and the prevalence of hippie dress and customs led to use of the term Woodstock nation to indicate the youth counterculture of the late 1960s.
Note: The term Woodstock is now used loosely to mean a large, impromptu gathering.