No way to repeat the ambiance and specialness of Woodstock. The musicians and bands that played didn't go for the hype, money, status. They went to be a part of something bigger than themselves. Today's so called acts suck. They are no talent autotune dependent hacks that if it weren't for the heavy marketing and constant forced playing by the labels that own them, we might actually have musicians that could actually play some instruments like the bands of yesteryear. Today, there is a band that is a tribute band for Pink Floyd that near perfectly replicates the album The Wall. A great show. Many other musicians do the same with other retired bands as well. And they are very well attended, by the older, (grew up with them), and young. No one writes songs anymore with lots of various instruments anymore because all the labels are looking for is the cheapest way to produce an act. So we get the likes of what we have today. Also, hence, why classic rock radio stations are so popular. In part because of the varying number and use of real musical instruments being played by the actual band members, real melodies, and lyrics that resonate with the listener because they were written by the musical artists themselves from their own life experiences. There will never be another, "Woodstock". Every so call musical artist today is too selfish. And the labels that own them too greedy.It’s really sad that they couldn’t get a 50 anniversary show together, but after looking at the acts they were planning to have it’s no great loss.
Wasn't just the locals, the National Guard and other agencies provided helicopters, medical and manpower as well. They had the choice of issuing military law and control, or helping. They all chose to help.My favorite story of Woodstock (the original) is how the people of the town came together and brought food and water to the kids at the festival. This had to be a major disruption of their community, all these stoned hippies wandering around, but when they found out that there was no food and water available, they came together as humanitarians and put together a potluck.
THAT is America.
Then they all lived and bred Liberal ps...My favorite story of Woodstock (the original) is how the people of the town came together and brought food and water to the kids at the festival. This had to be a major disruption of their community, all these stoned hippies wandering around, but when they found out that there was no food and water available, they came together as humanitarians and put together a potluck.
THAT is America.
And, now, there are the leapfrog professors ( hippies) that are indoctrinating college children. I can’t believe that parents want to pay for that. And, then you have leapfrogs wanting taxpayers to pay for college debt. That is how screwed up leapfrogs are, and how they are trying to change our country. I do have a question. For all the parents/students that paid in full for education...do they get reimbursed, too? God bless the USA.Then they all lived and bred Liberal ps...