Woodstock performers reminisce about the 50th anniversary of the festival

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Woodstock performers reminisce about the 50th anniversary of the festival

Max Stone, wearing the dress she originally wore when she performed at Woodstock, sings Woodstock crowd favorites with husband Ira Stone. The Stones joined many other Woodstock performers and attendees in a live panel discussion to talk about their experiences at Woodstock.

Max Stone, wearing the dress she originally wore when she performed at Woodstock, sings Woodstock crowd favorites with husband Ira Stone. The Stones joined many other Woodstock performers and attendees in a live panel discussion to talk about their experiences at Woodstock.

Reilly Caldwell ’20 and Tallula Taylor ’21

Max Stone, wearing the dress she originally wore when she performed at Woodstock, sings Woodstock crowd favorites with husband Ira Stone. The Stones joined many other Woodstock performers and attendees in a live panel discussion to talk about their experiences at Woodstock.

Reilly Caldwell ’20 and Tallula Taylor ’21

Reilly Caldwell ’20 and Tallula Taylor ’21

Max Stone, wearing the dress she originally wore when she performed at Woodstock, sings Woodstock crowd favorites with husband Ira Stone. The Stones joined many other Woodstock performers and attendees in a live panel discussion to talk about their experiences at Woodstock.

Reilly Caldwell ’20 and Tallula Taylor ’21

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