On The Road Again, A Little Is Enough, Save It For Later, Drowned, Anyway Anyhow Anywhere, Anyway Anyhow Anywhere (short Accoustic Version), You Better You Bet, Behind Blue Eyes, I Am An Animal, Now And Then, Going Up The Country, Eyesight To The Blind, Heart To Hang Onto, North Country Girl (On The Borderline), Let My Love Open The Door, The Kids Are Alright, The Acid Queen, Won't Get Fooled Again, Magic Bus, See Me Feel Me
Billed as "Pete Townshend and Friends". Yasgur's farm is the site of the original 1969 Woodstock Festival in Bethel, NY. The show was broadcasted live via the Internet by Infoseek.com. I Am Animal, The Acid Queen sung by Pete Townshend and Tracy Langram; Heart To Hang Onto sung by Pete, Tracy and Jon Carin; Going Up The Country and Eyesight To The Blind featured Taj Mahal. See Me Feel Me was sung with a gospel choir.
BETHEL, N.Y. -- Twenty-nine years ago, Joni Mitchell -- extrapolating on an event she did not attend -- sang that "we've got to get ourselves back to the garden."
BETHEL, N.Y. - "It's all so different now, isn't it?" said Pete Townshend on Saturday from a stage in the same alfalfa field where, 29 years ago, the Who gave a career-making...
BETHEL, N.Y. -- The mantra of real estate -- "location, location, location" -- was at the heart of "A Day in the Garden," the three-day rock festival that started h...
BETHEL, N.Y. -- Missing: The mud-encrusted masses of humanity that defined both 1969's Woodstock music festival and its 1994 anniversary.
A Day in the Garden wasn't a sex-and-drugs...