May 17th 2010 9:03PMMy deepest condolences to the family. Ouch, they have suffered too many tragedies in their short lifetimes. May the future be brighter than the recent past. Peace, love, and light, debs
Aug 16th 2009 3:41PMI, too, wanted to attend; however, my parents thought 17 was too young and they really has a "thing" against our music at the time. Incredibly, I was hired by Barrie Fey two years later. He was the promoter of Woostock. I was blessed to meet the most amazing people of our generation because of working for Feyline Productions and will be forever grateful to Barry for all of the opportunities it afforded. What I can tell you is this: Woodstock started out as a concert which became magical for everyone involved including those of us who could not attend. I know that first hand from the people behind the scenes and from the musicians. What is horribly sad is that future generations have never had that type of opportunity. Rock and roll does live on but peace and love are hard to find.
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