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Woodstock 50 Debacle: No Peace. No Love. No Music

A 50th anniversary doesn’t just sneak up on you. So how did the plans for a worthy celebration of the 1969 festival fall apart?

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Roger Daltrey on Woodstock, ‘Tommy’: Career-Spanning Interview

He talked to radio legend Dennis Elsas about The Who’s first U.S. shows, finding his voice via the 1969 rock opera, his road to Woodstock and Keith Moon’s hotel mayhem

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Doobie Brothers Interview: Rockin’ Down the Highway

They’ve sold millions of albums and had a string of pop and rock radio hits. And are still on the road. We talk to Patrick Simmons, Tom Johnston and John McFee

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Kosh Creates Unforgettable Album Covers

You know his iconic images: The Beatles crossing Abbey Road… The Eagles’ Hotel California… and many more. Our interview with the Grammy winner

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John Sebastian on the ‘Magic’ of the Lovin’ Spoonful

From ’60s hits to Woodstock to “Welcome Back” to what he’s doing in recent years, the singer-songwriter finds his joy in music

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Dan Fogelberg’s ‘Musical Joke’: Same Old Lang Syne

The late singer-songwriter enjoyed big success in the 1970s and ’80s. In this interview he admits his holiday favorite came from messing with Tchaikovsky

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Melanie Remembers Woodstock: ‘I Left My Body’

She was only 22 and a relative unknown when she walked onto the stage at Yasgur’s Farm and sang for half a million people. By the end of her set, she was a star.

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Rolling Stones Tour Sponsor Aims to Retire Your Risk

The nonprofit organization, Alliance for Lifetime Income, helps Americans plan for their retirement and live life to the fullest with protected income

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10 Greatest Power Pop Songs

Its origins reach back to the early Who. But during the golden era of power pop – 1972-’81 – these 10 songs were as incandescent as pop-rock can be.

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16 Songs That’ll Make You Feel Groovy

Nobody says groovy anymore. But there was a time when they said it a lot–and sang it too. Here are some of the grooviest songs you’ve ever heard.

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