Woodstock Game – Can you Guess Who Said It?

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Quotes:

“Woodstock was both a peaceful protest and a global celebration."

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Richie Havens

“I met Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin when I hung out with Michael Lange just before the Woodstock Festival. They were as charismatic in person as they were on state.”

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Peter Max

“I didn’t see anybody play, except when I was standing backstage waiting to go on, because it was so muddy. And the weather was so horrible, you literally couldn’t get there except by helicopter.”

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Grace Slick

“I was at Woodstock. In the mud.”

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Louis Gossett, Jr.

“I played Woodstock in ’69, and it really changed my life. Without a doubt, it was the single event that really changed the way I felt about music. Up to that point, I hadn’t really thought of myself as more serious musician, and I didn’t really have that much interest in pop music.”

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Edgar Winter

“Describing Woodstock as the ‘big bang,’ I think that’s a great way to describe it, because the important thing about it wasn’t how many people were there or that it was a lot of truly wonderful music that got played.”

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David Crosby

Test your knowledge. Can you guess who said each of these Woodstock quotes? Don’t peak…answers are at the bottom.

 

  • “Woodstock was both a peaceful protest and a global celebration.

 

  • “I met Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin when I hung out with Michael Lange just before the Woodstock Festival. They were as charismatic in person as they were on state.”

 

  • “I didn’t see anybody play, except when I was standing backstage waiting to go on, because it was so muddy. And the weather was so horrible, you literally couldn’t get there except by helicopter.”

 

  • “I was at Woodstock. In the mud.”

 

  • “I played Woodstock in ’69, and it really changed my life. Without a doubt, it was the single event that really changed the way I felt about music. Up to that point, I hadn’t really thought of myself as more serious musician, and I didn’t really have that much interest in pop music.”

 

  • “Describing Woodstock as the ‘big bang,’ I think that’s a great way to describe it, because the important thing about it wasn’t how many people were there or that it was a lot of truly wonderful music that got played.”

 

Answers_________________________________________________________________________________________

  • “Woodstock was both a peaceful protest and a global celebration.” – Richie Havens

 

  • “I met Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin when I hung out with Michael Lange just before the Woodstock Festival. They were as charismatic in person as they were on state.” – Peter Max

 

  • “I didn’t see anybody play, except when I was standing backstage waiting to go on, because it was so muddy. And the weather was so horrible, you literally couldn’t get there except by helicopter.” –Grace Slick

 

  • “I was at Woodstock. In the mud.” –Louis Gossett, Jr.

 

  • “I played Woodstock in ’69, and it really changed my life. Without a doubt, it was the single event that really changed the way I felt about music. Up to that point, I hadn’t really thought of myself as more serious musician, and I didn’t really have that much interest in pop music.” –Edgar Winter

 

 

  • “Describing Woodstock as the ‘big bang,’ I think that’s a great way to describe it, because the important thing about it wasn’t how many people were there or that it was a lot of truly wonderful music that got played.” –David Crosby
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