'Who Can Forget?' Woodstock: 그만큼 10 most iconic moments from 1969

For more than a year now, music concerts and festivals of all kinds have either been canceled or compromised due to COVID-19. 그러나 폭스 네이션’s ‘Who Can Forget? 1969′ brings you back to a time when hundreds of thousands were free to gather for the concert of a lifetime.

That’s right, there was no social distancing at Woodstockwidely considered to be not just perhaps the most legendary music festival of all time and cultural touchstone for the decade, but a defining moment in American history. 사실로, the site of the festival – a dairy farm in Bethel, New York – is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

With a list of legends like Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who, Creedence Clearwater Revival, 명예로운 죽음, and even a very pregnant Joan Baez taking the stage in the dog days of summer, Fox News contributor Tom Shillue didn’t hesitate to call the lineup ‘iconic,’ and having ‘epitomized the 1960s.

Shillue went on to note that Woodstock is where Jimi Hendrix debuted his famous electric guitar rendition of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ – a moment that, at the height of the Vietnam War, had been especially profound.

But it 거의 didn’t happen.

Not only did the planning of the festival itself go awry, 그러나, as the story goes, Hendrix nearly missed his own performance:

Hendrix had to hitchhike and bribe some kids a few miles away to get him to the venue,” remarked FOX 사업’ 케네디 in the episode. “He almost wasn’t able to show up for his set.

궁극적으로, 그러나, Hendrix made the showand the show made history.

To learn what else made history in the year 1969, watch ‘Who Can Forget?’ 의 위에 폭스 네이션.


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