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Old 07-11-2009, 11:42 AM   #1
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woodstock 40 years

I visited the woodstock museum over the past weekend. And got me wondering if they ever would try to do another big festival. the last one (1999) was a disaster. it can work if they pick the right bands. (as well as you know, better security ,food, restrooms, etc). korn, limp biscuit, kid rock, don;t belong at a woodstock. terrible choices. I'm asking anyone here, who they would pick as artists at a event like this. hopefully someday someone would use their head and do a better job. the woodstock 94 was respectable. They had bands from the 69 show, as well as more acts that complemented the show then didn't. And they had bob dylan who didn't make it to the first one. I think u need to have, as many old bands that you can get, and bands like rem,coldplay ,radiohead, etc. and u2. Bands that make a little more sense.
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