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He is my favorite Woodstock artist, the highlight of the entire festival.
Cocker became an international star in the late 1960s, showing up everywhere from Woodstock to The Ed Sullivan Show.
In Washington, being the guy on a mission to stamp out leaks is a bit like being the lone narc at Woodstock.Spy Chief James Clapper: We Can’t Stop Another Snowden|Eli Lake|February 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Richie Havens, 72 Who opened Woodstock, and thus became the epigraph to the ultimate document of the 1960s?
Everywhere you look, seniors—from survivors of World War II to survivors of Woodstock and Vietnam—are doing it.Meryl Streep, ‘Hope Springs,’ and Senior Sex: Why Seniors Are Getting It On|Karen Springen|August 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
At length the King made some stay at Woodstock, where Katharine saw him.
Something of this he tried to express to Jean as, arriving at Woodstock in the early afternoon, they passed the College.The Tin Soldier|Temple Bailey
All along the way to Woodstock the people flocked to gaze upon her.In the Days of Queen Elizabeth|Eva March Tappan
A settlement was effected on the north branch of the Shenandoah, about twelve miles south of the present town of Woodstock.History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia|Charles Campbell
The factions in the council were again showing themselves; Elizabeth lay undisposed of at Woodstock.The Reign of Mary Tudor|W. Llewelyn Williams.
British Dictionary definitions for woodstock
Culture definitions for woodstock
A village in New York state, where some 400,000 young people assembled in 1969 for a rock music festival.