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Woodstock Remembered At Yorktown Event

WHUD personality Mike Bennett of "Kacey & Mike in the Morning" interviews the Ercolines for his radio show.
WHUD personality Mike Bennett of "Kacey & Mike in the Morning" interviews the Ercolines for his radio show. Photo Credit: Bruce Apar
Throughout the two-day event, a non-stop stream of greeters chatted with the couple, who graciously chatted, signed album covers and posed for photos.
Throughout the two-day event, a non-stop stream of greeters chatted with the couple, who graciously chatted, signed album covers and posed for photos. Photo Credit: Bruce Apar
Woodstock album owners were plentiful, including the event's promoter Bruce Apar of Apar All-Media (left), who also is a Daily Voice Community Advisor.
Woodstock album owners were plentiful, including the event's promoter Bruce Apar of Apar All-Media (left), who also is a Daily Voice Community Advisor. Photo Credit: Bruce Apar
The two-day outdoor festival featured arts & crafts vendors, food, live music and live concerts at night inside The Winery at St. George featuring band Back to the Garden 1969.
The two-day outdoor festival featured arts & crafts vendors, food, live music and live concerts at night inside The Winery at St. George featuring band Back to the Garden 1969. Photo Credit: Bruce Apar

YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Bobbi and Nick Ercoline were the hit of this past weekend at Woodstock at The Winery.

The two-day outdoor and indoor festival, hosted by The Winery at St. George in Mohegan Lake, was held on the same dates -- Aug. 15-16 -- as the legendary arts and music festival that drew a reported half-million young people in 1969 to the tiny town of White Lake, New York, to see an all-star lineup of the day's most popular rock stars.

If the Orange County couple's names aren't familiar, as one fan among many fawning over them at the festival told the pair, "I feel like I've known you my whole life. I'm choking up." That's because they are the iconic young couple pictured on the cover of the Woodstock record album that was released in 1970. As such, they have come to personify The Woodstock Generation for the past 46 years.

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