"3 Days of Peace & Music"
(If that isn't inspirational, what is?)
This afternoon, I watched a TV Documentary that I taped. It was shown a couple of days ago on the History Channel and called 'Woodstock: Now and Then". I have to say, it was the best chronicle on the music festival I have ever seen. It was dubbed the biggest gathering of people in one spot in history (up to that point). Incredibly, there was no violence (unlike the Woodstock '99 in Rome, NY and other music festivals since then). It was full of interviews of those who were involved in the planning, pictures, film and historic information and insights, it was so interesting to me.
I was just 10 years old at the time, but remember the TV news covering the festival.
Since the NYS Thruway was closed and any and all roads to the grounds were socked full of people and vehicles, most of the entertainers had to be flown in.
This couple were interviewed in this documentary and are still together.
How anyone could find their friends in this crowd is beyond me.
If you get a chance, look up this TV show on the History channel. You'll be glad you did!