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One Question Interviews: Joseph Ross Camuglia

Joseph Ross Camuglia

SPB: What is the largest crowd you have played to? Did you approach the set differently?

Camuglia: Well, I played a 3 song set at the 25 the Anniversary of Woodstock at the original site in Bethel, NY in 1994 to an estimated crowd of 70,000 people.       

I don't know the exact number except I heard that 100,000 people had gathered there. And in the field, the day I sang it was full packed, so who knows? But it was fun and a great experience.

Since it was a hippie type scene I sang a peace song called “Let's Make Pizza” and also a song that I wrote about Woodstock, as well as a song called “Dance in The Rain” as it was getting ready to rain...and it did, just as I finished my set.

The crowd dispersed as I closed out my song and the next hour and a half we all took refuge as we waited out the rain storm before they started the music again.

 

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Words by Loren on May 8, 2014, 10:44 p.m.

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Posted by Loren on May 8, 2014, 10:44 p.m.

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