Oct 31 2014

Hi Gang,
Well, the summer season is over. It went by in a flash. But it was fantastic!
The band had a ball performing at so many great shows this summer, celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival. 
We want to thank all of our old friends, and the new ones we made along the way, for making the scene and supporting us at all our shows. Your response was amazing. 
We love you all, and appreciate the energy and spirit you bring to us! We can’t do it without you.
Fortunately, the anniversary celebration does not end with the summer. We have several cool shows coming up in the next few months.
Check out the Performance page on the menu bar for all our upcoming dates.
BTTG 1969
August 15, 16, and 17 is the 45th anniversary weekend of
The Woodstock Music Festival.
BTTG 1969 will be celebrating the event with shows ALL THREE NIGHTS at 
The Winery At ST. George in Mohegan Lake, NY
Each night BTTG 1969 will be performing all your Woodstock Era favorites.
 We will also feature special tributes (extended sets) to the major acts on each night. 
There will be narration, videos, etc. to complete the Woodstock experience.
Friday, August 15
Featuring tributes to:
Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young
Creedence Clearwater Revivial
The Band
Jefferson Airplane
The Acoustic Music of Woodstock
Saturday, August 16
 Featuring tributes to:
The Who
Janis Joplin
Joe Cocker
Blood, Sweat, and Tears
Sly and The Family Stone
Sunday, August 17
We wrap up the weekend celebration with:
Back To The Garden 1969 and Friends!
BTTG 1969 will perform a set of your Woodstock Favorites.
 Then, the band will back up some of our very talented friends,
 performing a set of Woodstock Era tunes by groups not normally in our show.
We are currently compiling our list of guest performers.
We have performed several times at The Winery At St. George.
It  is a magnificent venue, and you won’t want to miss these spectacular events.
See the listing under our Performance Page on the menu for details and reservations.
Tickets are available! Make your reservations now! Sells out quickly!!
See you there!
BTTG 1969

We are SO looking forward to 2014! It is the 45th Anniversary of the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival, so let the good vibes roll!

Welcome to our new updated website! Check out all the features, including a constantly updated list of our upcoming performances.

Stay tuned for all the news on the festivities this year. We may have some big surprises in store, so… keep checking in with us.

2013… “Back To The Garden 1969”   Five years and still going strong!

Last summer, the band was back on the outdoor concert trail. We performed at concerts in Mahopac, Mamaroneck, Pawling,  Haverstraw, Somers, Harrison, Lake Carmel, Danbury, Port Chester, and White Plains. The weather was HOT! So was the music!!

While the crowd danced in the raindrops, we rocked the Katonah American Legion. On the Fourth of July, we brought the good vibes to a huge crowd at the Peekskill Riverfront Fireworks. In August, we celebrated Woodstock’s 44th  anniversary at Palaia Winery.

In September we returned for our annual visit to the island at Echo Bay Yacht Club’s Pig Roast. October saw the band rocking the Washington Township High School 40th Reunion.

Throughout the year, we appeared at old favorites The Towne Crier Cafe (at both the old Pawling, and the new Beacon locations!), The Turning Point, Spectators, Pete’s Saloon, and 12 Grapes. We also made our debut at a fantastic new venue, The Winery At St. George.

2013 saw the arrival of new bass player Tom Sprock, who replaced our good friend Mike Garner. Mike is now appearing with The Cameos. We wish Mike well in his new endeavor, and we’re sure he will be doing a gig or three with us down the line.

We are so happy to have made so many new friends in our travels over the past five years, as well as reuniting with many old faces from our past. We look forward to seeing you again soon, and meeting more new folks along the way.

We continue to be knocked out by the tremendous support our fans have shown us!  So THANK YOU!!!!

We have tried to capture the music, but also the spirit, of the Woodstock Era. Judging from your reaction, we think we have succeeded.

To be continued…


Gary, Larry, Bob, Annie, Fred, and Tom