Well, it's one, two, three what is he playin' for?
Country Joe McDonald gave an encore performance early Tuesday after 1,500 fans who attended a Woodstock 25th anniversary show in Bethel, N.Y., over the weekend at Max Yasgur's farm, site of the original rock festival, refused to leave."I didn't plan to play again today, but we're here and the audience is still here," said McDonald, one of the original Woodstock performers.
"We'll play for those departed souls who are hovering over the site - Vietnam vets, Janis Joplin, Max Yasgur. Entertain them a little bit."
More than 25,000 people attended the free "unofficial" concert over the weekend by McDonald and such acts as Arlo Guthrie, Richie Havens, Canned Heat, Mountain, Melanie and the Rascals. The official anniversary show in Bethel was canceled because of poor ticket sales.