In their final report from the grounds of Woodstock 99, Parks and Ryan uncover one of the most horrifying incidents of the entire weekend as well as shed some light on what happened after everyone was booted from the festival grounds. While this episode in many ways could be considered our heaviest, there is also a very pleasant surprise at the end worth sitting through all of the arrest reports and evil-doers you will learn about. Also, it is our 40th episode, certainly a milestone.
We have reached the inevitable climax of Woodstock 99. This episode was so juicy we had to split it in two. We have some major bombs to drop on you, a third promoter, a secret stage, hard numbers on some of the financial losses, and lazer tag! NOTE: We delayed the release of this episode in order to give more attention to the civil rights crisis our country is facing. We felt it would be best to not share an episode about riots while there was actual riots happening outside on the streets of our cities for greater reasons than bottled water prices. Enjoy.
In this special extended edition of survivor stories a Ryan sits down with three different survivors to discuss their time working at the Woodstock 99 vendor village. From real life zombie movie moments to delayed ecstasy trips, this episode has it all!
We have reached the final act of Woodstock 99. We have reached the final Legend of Woodstock 99. The Red Hot Chili Peppers are one of the influential bands of the 1990’s if not of all time and their set at Woodstock 99 does not disappoint, especially if you are a fan of fire and male nudity.
Incredible “69 vibes” in this episode. We see the return of an original Woodstock alumni along with one of the most memorable outfits of the entire festival. We also are introduced to a new obstacle on the Woodstock 99 battlegrounds; fire.
Here at Podcast 99, we appreciate all the emails and feedback that we get. In this episode, we share some of our favorite fan submitted Survivor Stories. Another fan found some really great deep cut amateur footage of Limp Bizkit, Korn and Sevendust. Plus we roundup a truly strange batch of emerging artists.
In this episode we focus on the West Stage for two of the most forgettable sets from Woodstock 99 as well as one of the absolute best sets. Get ready for the whirlpool, you are not worthy.
The Gods of Woodstock smile down upon us for this serendipitous interview. Following our successful live show in Atlanta, we were fortunate to discover that one of the venue’s long time employees attended Woodstock 99! Matt Pruett can be considered one of the purest examples of a Woodstock Survivor. He jumped in a car with his best friends, drove 12 hours from Georgia and proceeded to bang his head to the likes of Korn and Rage Against the Machine. Matt opens up about his perspective of the chaos while in an altered state of consciousness. What follows is a hilarious tale of Woodstock from a truly unique character.
In this edition of “Legends of Woodstock 99” we review Ryan’s absolute most favorite set of the entire festival. Jewel. Jewel is the final of the three queens of Woodstock 99 and the most haunting. This is the final calm before the big storm and it is worth diving into. We are also joined on this episode by comedian and model Dinah Rankin for a much needed feminine touch.
Fair warning folks, we are covering the roughest two sets of the entire festival on this episode. We have been hard on bands before that might not have necessarily deserved it but in this episode all the blows are well deserved. We have Everlast repping white folks a little too hard, a doomsday cult that was featured on the Ice Age soundtrack, and the iconic Elvis Costello, who at the time was riding Austin Powers 2 fame. Be glad that we watched these so you didn’t have to.