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We Are Woodstock Paperback – July 12, 2016
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About the Author
Glenn A. Eldridge was born in 1950 and grew up in the Bronx, New York. He worked at Vanguard Records and during the summer of ‘69, he worked at a camp, in up-state New York. That was the summer of the original Woodstock Festival, which he attended. His love of Rock & Roll music was cultivated in New York City, where he went to many concerts. His lists of artists is endless and he’s seen them at such places as the Fillmore East, where he saw The Who do their rock opera, Tommy. He filled his summers by going to many free concerts at Central Park, where, one time, he drank Sangria behind the outdoor stage with Jack Cassady, Jorma and Grace Slick, members of the Jefferson Airplane. He can be seen on the back cover of a Todd Rungren Album. In Greenwich Village he meet Frank Zappa, when Zappa was doing his “Absolutely Free” show, which, by the way, was not absolutely free. He attended the George Harrison’s Concert for Bangladesh, John Lennon’s One to One Concert and Paul MacCartney’s Wings Over America show. Sorry to say he never saw the Beatles collectively, but was at the live recording of Elvis at Madison Square Garden, which was another hot spot for many R & R heroes. As a youngster, he always dabbled in writing poetry. Some published in less than prestigest places, in a camp newsletter and a school bulletin. He wrote a couple of short stories. In 2008 he had a reading of a play called, The Many Loves of Bert. In 2011 he self-published, The $5,000 Trivia Treasure Hunt Challenge. Most recently he had a reading of a ten minute play, The Mysterious Room, which he’s submitted to a 10 x 10 festival for consideration. He now lives in Houston, Texas and has just finished his first novel. This story is considered a historical fiction love story with some autobiographical material thrown in. This book has taken two years to write, forty-seven years in the making, and is Glenn’s newest endeavor. This is his first novel, We are Woodstock.