Fifty years ago, hundreds of thousands of people descended to a farm in Bethel, New York, for Woodstock, a music festival that promised "Three days of Peace and Music."
Not only were there three days of peace and music, Woodstock became a phenomenon that changed the landscape of culture forever.
The festival was headlined by acts that defined the generation: Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, Jefferson Airplane and so many more. Today, these artists are revered and legendary, but in 1969,...
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