The image of the embracing couple on a muddy hillside became the Woodstock classic: It graced an album cover and posters (AP Photo/Warner Bros.) By Reuters | August 12, 2019 at 7:41 a.m. Judy met Jerry on Aug. 15, 1969 — day one of the iconic Woodstock music festival — when her car broke down on New York’s Tappan Zee Bridge, roughly 90 miles from the concert grounds, and she.
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Woodstock 1969 couple blanket. Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival with the couple, Bobbi and Nick Ercoline, from the iconic Woodstock album cover who are still together 50 years later. Uzzle’s iconic Woodstock photo is of a couple wrapped in a blanket, embracing each other at dawn, oblivious to the camera and the chaos surrounding them. Bobbi and Nick Ercoline, the couple featured on the Woodstock album cover, pose on the grounds 50 years later at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts on August 15, 2019 in Bethel, New York.
This couple has special reason to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock: They met on their way there! Judy and Jerry Griffin first met one day before the legendary music festival in upstate. Stunning Photos Taken At Woodstock 1969. By Nicola Rossi – August 17, 2019.. This couple may look like they’re playing a muddy game of tug-of-war but what they’re really doing is trying to get the water out of their blanket. They decided that team work was the best way to go about drying their blanket, so they twisted it tightly between. It was a Friday night in August of 1969, and a young couple was at a bar in Middleton, New York. Nick Ercoline was working as a bartender while Bobbi Kelly, his girlfriend of 10 weeks, was keeping him company, sipping on beers and listening to the news.
There is one universally known photo from the original Woodstock festival of a couple snuggling up under a blanket. That same couple is still together 50 years later! The couple is Nick and Bobbi Ercoline, and they were first seen on the cover of Atlantic Records’ original 1970 Woodstock: Music from the Original Soundtrack and More.. The two have been telling the story of how they met for. The photo is instantly recognizable: a young woman in big sunglasses clinging to a young man wrapped in a blanket, in a field in the middle of the masses who came to Woodstock in 1969. Bobbi and Nick Ercoline were thrilled when they saw themselves on the cover of the Woodstock soundtrack album, released one year after the iconic 1969 festival in Bethel.
Woodstock couple, still together 50 years later, returning to Upstate NY site. at the original Woodstock Music and Art Fair in 1969, embracing while wrapped in a blanket in front of a field of. A photograph of the couple — wrapped in a tender embrace and a pink blanket — became the cover of 1970’s “Woodstock: Music from the Original Soundtrack and More.” 40 years after famous photo, Woodstock couple still together Woodstock cover couple still together ‘We just had to go,’ remembers woman in iconic 1969 photograph.. Aug. 15-18, 1969. A.
One night in 1970, Corcoran brought the just-released Woodstock soundtrack album to Bobbi's apartment. The cover showed a vast hillside strewn with sleepy bodies and a couple locked in a tired. You've seen the photo. A young couple wrapped in a blanket stands in a muddy field amid a mass of hippies. Both identities are obscured. She's wearing large sunglasses. He's turned away from the camera. But the fortuitous snapshot swept the pair into Woodstock mythology. The Woodstock album cover which features Nick and Bobbi Ercoline at the festival in 1969. Nick and Bobbi had started dating about three months before the festival and decided to go on a whim after.
Woodstock was known for attracting a large demographic of people, but a big majority of them were hippies, and hippies and flowers go hand in hand. This young lady looks just radiant as she cuddles with her boyfriend at this sunset music festival, of course with a daisy in hand, because if a daisy doesn’t scream 1969, we don’t know what does! The couple were pictured by a wandering photographer and the shot made it on to the cover of the Woodstock triple album featuring, among others, Jimi Hendrix and The Who. The three-LP soundtrack Woodstock was released a year later, emblazoned with the emblematic 1960s couple embracing in a mud-stained blanket. One of the friends they’d gone to Woodstock with brought a copy to Bobbi and Nick, who were still dating. “Our friend Corky [Jim Corcoran], the Marine lying on the ground next to us in the full picture, bought the album because he was a walking music.
F or the couple seen embracing under a blanket on the cover of the Woodstock soundtrack, milestone anniversaries of the music festival in Bethel, N.Y., are usually happy occasions.. Ever since. Article content. It’s Sunday, August 17, 1969, the third day of Woodstock, and mud creeps up the long, pink and white blanket swaddling a young couple surrounded by the debris of revelry. Woodstock 1969 is arguably the greatest music festival of all time. Held between August 15 to 18 on a 600-acre farmland in Bethel, New York, it attracted over 4,00,000 audience and was headlined by legendary music acts like Jimi Hendrix, Richie Havens, Joan Baez, Ravi Shankar, Janis Joplin, Joe Cocker, The Who, Jefferson Airplane and Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Nick and Bobbi Ercoline, the couple featured on the Woodstock album cover, pose together at the site where the photo was taken 50 years ago, in Bethel, New York, U.S., June 12, 2019. YouTube/Burk.