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Remembering Woodstock 1969: Julie Lomoe

Julie Lomoe
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Julie Lomoe

Sometimes people forget to refer to Woodstock as "The Woodstock Music and Art Festival."  Not rock and art aficionado Julie Lomoe!  Julie was one of the art vendors present at the 1969 Festival.  Julie explains her experience showing off her paintings, along with enjoying the music.  

Listen to Julie Lomoe’s interview as she recalls The Who’s "Tommy" performance, getting packed in with the crowds, and how she even got to meet Jimi Hendrix! 
 
Hear our celebration of the original Woodstock with performances from August 15-18, some of which have never been played on radio.

From a young age, Conor became fascinated by music. Conor recalls being rocked to sleep by his dad to songs such as "Superman (It's Not Easy)" by Five For Fighting and "Carolina on My Mind" by James Taylor. Today, Conor is going wherever the music takes him. He’s currently finishing up a degree in Music Industry at the College of Saint Rose with a concentration in Voice. Conor has worked in live sound, production, promoting, and hospitality, along with being a performer in his own right, but WEXT is his first job in the radio industry, and he feels he has been welcomed in with open arms!