The Iconic Woodstock Album Cover, meet the Couple.
Meet the Couple From The Iconic Woodstock Album Cover
Nearly half a century after Woodstock, the album cover photo retains its symbolism for its photographer and the couple themselves.
40 plus years later, Nick and Bobbi are married and the pair never left one another’s arms. They married two summers after the fabled weekend, and they still live less than an hour’s drive from the original concert site of Bethel, N.Y., and within spitting distance of where they both grew up. And they're Hippie Peace Freaks members. YAY!
In August 1969, they were 20 years old, and only dating for a couple of months. The TV and radio were abuzz with news of a crowded music festival the next county over. Officials were warning people to stay away.
This Couple From the Woodstock LP Cover is Still Together 46 Years Later
Bobbi and Nick Ercoline's love story is more iconic than most may know. In fact, it was these two whose photo was used as the cover for the Woodstock soundtrack 46 years ago. While Woodstock celebrates its 46th anniversary this week, the Ercolines look back on the event that captured a small, yet essential, moment of their union.
Two years after the photo was taken, the two were married. Today, they have two grown children and look back on the event that is both "meaningful" and "phenomenal" in their book, according to Bobbi.
"All those people coming together with no violence, just peace, love and sharing."
A moment in time that influenced generations to follow, the Ercolines' picture and story emulate something of a Woodstock fairy tale
The Woodstock Music & Art Fair—informally, the Woodstock Festival or simply Woodstock—was a music festival in the United States in 1969 which attracted an audience of more than 400,000. Scheduled for August 15–17, it ran over to Monday, August 18. During the sometimes rainy weekend, 32 acts performed outdoors.
Rock and folk, including blues rock, folk rock, jazz fusion, hard rock, latin rock and psychedelic rock
August 15–17, 1969 ran over to August 18
Bethel, White Lake, New York, U.S. (original)
1969 (original). 49 years ago
Michael Lang, John P. Roberts, Joel Rosenman and Artie Kornfeld