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Peace, love, and rock-n-roll. That's all that mattered during those three days back in 1969. This weekend marks the 40th Anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival, which no doubtedly had a huge impact on pop culture.
Artists like Janis Joplin, The Who, and Jimi Hendrix rocked out to a crowd of half a million people that swayed to the music and danced on top of colorful Volkswagon vans.
Here's a clip of Hendrix playing Purple Haze at Woodstock (love that guitar-playing!):
I always wonder what it would have been like to live during that time and what kind of person would I have been...would I have been a free-loving flower child or working class skinhead?
For those of you that did, I wanna hear about it! Tell me what it was like to live in the summer of '69 and for those of you who are younger, what kind of person do you think you would have been?