Go Back To The Garden As Deep Tracks Celebrates 50 Years of Woodstock

Woodstock

Singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend of British rock band The Who on stage during a live concert performance at the Woodstock Festival in White Lake, New York, USA, 16 August 1969.

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“We must be in heaven, man!”

It’s been 50 years since 3 days of peace and music were celebrated at the Woodstock Music Festival. The show is one of, if not the most historic in the history of popular culture, with now-legendary artists like Santana, the Grateful Dead, CCR, Jimi Hendrix and The Who delivering classic sets between August 15th to August 18th, 1969.

On the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, Deep Tracks presents 50 Years of Peace and Music. You’ll hear wall to wall music from the 1969 event including previously unreleased material. You’ll also hear artist memories and from Woodstock historian Andy Zax.

Hear the show:

Tuesday, August 13th at 12 am and 11 pm ET
Wednesday, August 14th at 12 am and 11 pm ET
Thursday, August 15th at 12 am and 11 pm ET
Friday, August 16th at 12 am and 11 pm ET
Saturday, August 17th at 12 am ET
Sunday, August 18th at 1 am ET

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