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  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The second last act was Sha Na Na. They hit the stage just after 7:30 a.m. on what was the unofficial Day 4 of the festival.

    Woodstock Performers: Sha Na Na

    Woodstock Performers: Sha Na Na

    by Kaili Bisson4

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The fourth act on Day 3 was The Band. Already veterans of the music scene, this great roots-rock outfit was a perfect fit for the Woodstock festival.

    Woodstock Performers: The Band

    Woodstock Performers: The Band

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • Mary Austin was the only woman that Freddie Mercury ever loved. They had a profound, unconventional relationship that transcended mere physicality. Freddie wrote the exquisite ballad, "Love of My Life," for her, and indeed, she was.

    Mary Austin: Her Epic Romance with Freddie Mercury

    Mary Austin: Her Epic Romance with Freddie Mercury

    by Rainbeaux0

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The third act on Day 3 was Ten Years After. Their set was plagued by technical challenges, but the last song of their set made stars of Alvin Lee and Ten Years After.

    Woodstock Performers: Ten Years After

    Woodstock Performers: Ten Years After

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • Some of the best known Christmas songs have been covered by a variety of artists. We look at the Christmas carol, "Away in a Manger," and compare the traditional church choir version with performances by 14 popular artists. Who do you prefer?

    Who Sang It Best? "Away in a Manger (Luther's Cradle Song)"

    Who Sang It Best? "Away in a Manger (Luther's Cradle Song)"

    by FlourishAnyway36

  • It was during the Classical period that the piano's popularity grew among composers and audiences alike. But how did it happen?

    Piano in the Classical Period

    Piano in the Classical Period

    by JohnMello14

  • Woodstock was a music festival that ran from August 15-18, 1969. Both Woodstock and Yasgur's farm are celebrated in this song usually associated with Crosby, Stills & Nash. The song was actually written by Joni Mitchell.

    The Story Behind the Song "Woodstock" by Joni Mitchell

    The Story Behind the Song "Woodstock" by Joni Mitchell

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The sixth act on Day 3 was Blood, Sweat & Tears. They were already huge, so it was no surprise they were booked. BS&T hit the stage at 1:30 a.m., the unofficial Day 4 of the fest.

    Woodstock Performers: Blood, Sweat & Tears

    Woodstock Performers: Blood, Sweat & Tears

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The 10th and final act on Day 3, which had actually become Day 4 due to massive delays throughout the festival, was Jimi Hendrix. Hendrix was the last act at Woodstock.

    Woodstock Performers: Jimi Hendrix

    Woodstock Performers: Jimi Hendrix

    by Kaili Bisson4

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The fifth act on Day 3 was blues guitar great, Johnny Winter. Johnny's brother Edgar Winter was In the band at that time, and the brothers played a blistering set

    Woodstock Performers: Johnny Winter

    Woodstock Performers: Johnny Winter

    by Kaili Bisson8

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. The seventh act on Day 3, which was now well into Day 4, was Crosby, Stills & Nash. Neil Young had just been added to the lineup, making Woodstock the first gig ever for CSN&Y.

    Woodstock Performers: Crosby, Stills & Nash (and Young)

    Woodstock Performers: Crosby, Stills & Nash (and Young)

    by Kaili Bisson6

  • Ever wonder who played at Woodstock? This series highlights the artists who performed at Woodstock August 15-18, 1969. Paul Butterfield was the fourth act on the final, unofficial Day 4 of the festival.

    Woodstock Performers: Paul Butterfield Blues Band

    Woodstock Performers: Paul Butterfield Blues Band

    by Kaili Bisson6

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