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Join me this week as I dive into another listener request: the history of the epic music festival, Woodstock.
In the summer of 1969, four young men put on what came to be the most memorable music festival of a generation. For four days, thousands of young Americans enjoyed the performances of the artists that came to define sixties: Jefferson Airplane, Credence Clearwater Revival and Jimi Hendrix. But what was the inspiration of Woodstock? How did it come together? And why does it still remain one of the most memorable concerts in history?
Tune in to find out all of this and more.
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