50 years ago this weekend, nearly a half million people descended on Max Yasgur's farm in the Catskills to celebrate peace, love and togetherness. Woodstock 1969 was a turning point in music and in uniting many to fight for social justice. This show looks at the music from Santana, Canned Heat, Hendrix and Janis Joplin and we talk to the editor of the Woodstock Times who made the trek to Bethel, NY for the Festival. Will something like this ever happen again? Listen in!