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Ten Years After


Ten Years After is a British blues rock band from Nottingham, UK.

One of the most interesting anecdotes about the band goes back to their performance at the Woodstock Festival in 1969. The band was scheduled to play late at night, around 2am. However, their performance was delayed due to technical problems with the stage equipment, and they finally started to play at 5 am, to a tired and exhausted audience. However, the band managed to captivate the crowd with their energy and musical virtuosity, playing songs like “I’m Going Home” and “Good Morning Little Schoolgirl” with incredible passion and intensity. Ten Years After’s performance has since become legendary in the history of Woodstock and rock music in general, and is often cited as one of the highlights of the festival.

The anecdote shows the band’s ability to overcome obstacles and deliver a memorable performance, even under difficult conditions. It also reinforced Ten Years After’s reputation as one of the most passionate and talented rock bands of their time.

Here is Alvin Lee in action with his Gibson guitar at Forest National on 25 March 1972. Opening for a talented but still little known band: Supertramp.

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