WOODSTOCK 99

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    Anyone remember going to or seeing WOODSTOCK 99 live on TV?

    I am blown away by the sheer talent that was on that stage. What a wonderful time. I was 11 years old, watching MTV and loving life.









     
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    ROCKSTOCK 99
     
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    All those people are 21 years older.

    It's YOUR TIME now. :D:)
     
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    Wasn’t James brown there too?
     
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    Umm... don’t forget the headliner. Fires broke out when they covered Hendrix.
     
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    I’m so glad the thumbnail gave us the gift of Flea’s “bass line”.
     
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    LOL Great band. Couldn't find it! Frusciante could play every Hendrix song at the age of 16.
     
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    For the Doors fans! Kreiger himself.
     
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    94 was a good one too
     
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    "Twenty-five years later comes Woodstock '94, billed as "Two More Days of Peace & Music."

    It will take place in Saugerties, N.Y., Aug. 13-14, 25 years to the days after the original Woodstock Festival in Bethel, N.Y., came to symbolize the spirit and consciousness of '60s youth culture.

    Woodstock Ventures and Polygram Limited Ventures yesterday announced that featured acts will include Aerosmith, Metallica, Peter Gabriel, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Arrested Development, Bob Dylan (with a, and possibly The, Band), Santana and Crosby, Stills & Nash (the only comeback kids), Green Day, Allman Brothers, Spin Doctors, Cranberries, Nine Inch Nails, Cypress Hill, Alice in Chains, Henry Rollins, the Neville Brothers, Melissa Etheridge, Porno for Pyros and Johnny Cash.

    A half-dozen more acts will be announced, including world-beat and blues groupings, such as the reggae one featuring Jimmy Cliff, Shabba Ranks and Rita Marley. Bands will perform simultaneously on two stages, with single acts doing full sets and revues getting a little more time."

    Tickets must have sold out quick! I'm 45 minutes from Saugerties...

    I feel like music died when MTV stopped playing it. Rock certainly is dead, if not all the way underground barely thriving.
     
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    There was only one Woodstock for me
    I’m an old man and sometimes a “remake” just doesn’t make it for me
     
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    I’m sorry - outside of the Chili Peppers and RATM, all those bands point to is how awful music was in 1999 - I was too young for ‘69, but that’s still the one and only Woodstock.
     
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    Creed alone would make a free concert almost worth the price of admission.
     
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    Nope. Except for Jewel, everyone else is just garbage to me.
     
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    I like a lot more artists from '94 than '99, and having seen most of the bands at Woodstock '69, none of them were at their best there either. Stadium concerts and giant festivals almost always suck. I'll take Fillmore and Winterland. The biggest venue I ever liked was Shoreline, built by Bill Graham in Mt. View. The Allman Bros. at Laguna Seca in '93 was one of the exceptions, 'cause that show was awesome. Blues Traveller, Phish, Shawn Colvin, and the great Jeff Healey were also on the bill.
     
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