If you were around in the late 1960s and ’70s, you could not go anywhere without seeing the works of Peter Max. Now in his 70s, he’s healthier and happier than ever and still creating works of art and hanging with the coolest people around.
One of the organizers of Woodstock says he never imagined that weekend would still be such a major part of his life more than 40 years later. But he says its lessons and legacy are just as relevant today.
He wrote one of the most iconic protest anthems of all time, yet all Barry “Fish” Melton really ever wanted to do was practice law.
He took a job as a freelance photographer for an event called Woodstock. Little did he know his life would never be the same. His photos have frozen the most talked about moments in music history in time for us all.
Rock historian Pete Fornatale’s new book on Woodstock paints the clearest picture yet of the most important concert event in the history of rock.
Just as his star was rising, singer Joe Cocker was falling deep into the bottle. His story of survival will show you it’s never too late to change for the better.
Every day, Wavy Gravy still lives his life with the ideals and dreams born out of the hippie movement. He was the face of Woodstock and he’s devoted his life to peace.
Legendary rock photographer Robert Altman documented the essence of the 1960s through his camera lens, and now he’s bringing these extraordinary pictures to you.