Monday, March 23, 2009

Back To The Garden?

With this year being the 40th anniversary of the legendary Woodstock festival, it's not surprising that talk is surfacing of a concert to celebrate the occasion. But, what is surprising is the rumored bands. London's Times Online is reporting the following as it relates to the event:
Central Park and various other outdoor spaces in New York City have been scouted and talks have been opened with a distinctly retro line-up of bands, including The Who, Santana, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Joe Cocker, the Dave Matthews Band and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Read the full article here

1 comment:

WeightStaff said...

Sounds like another money-making scheme where the venue, brokers, promoters and Ticketmaster make a ton of dough while the "fan" is left penniless in the usual crappy seats. Last I checked, Woodstock happened in '69 and I wasn't there (born). Those are the breaks. If I recall correctly, the "anniversary concerts" that followed were disastrous.

I'm preemptively saying "NO" to this one...