Author Barney Hoskyns has written the definitive book of stories of Woodstock, NY (the town, not the festival). This little village attracted the Rolling Stones, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, and hundreds of others. Every one of them brought a story including epic egos, massive insecurities, strained relationships, and, of course, extraordinary talent. The this town in the mid 1960s and early 1970s spanned the era from the folksy Peter, Paul, and Mary to the drugs and debauchery of Janis Joplin. Listen to Barney talk about his new book.
Guest: Barney Hoskyns
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