Garret Price

director of “Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage”

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Garret Price on KCRW

The iconic 1969 Woodstock music festival in upstate New York defined a generation. And for the past half-century, nostalgic Baby Boomers worked to recapture that lightning in a bottle.

How Woodstock ‘99 devolved into violence and anarchy, as shown in new HBO documentary

The iconic 1969 Woodstock music festival in upstate New York defined a generation. And for the past half-century, nostalgic Baby Boomers worked to recapture that lightning in a bottle.

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