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Sha Na Na at Woodstock: Postcard: Fine Art

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Photographed during their performance at the Woodstock Festival in 1969

Photographed by Barry Z Levine: 5"x7"

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 In 1969 the Columbia Kingsmen, a student singing group, insouciantly traded their jackets, ties and rah-rah spirit for an image with more flash. As Sha Na Na, outfitted in gold lame and Elvis Presley hairdos, they perfected a song and dance repertoire of classic Fifties rock'n'roll. Soon after their memorable "Grease Under the Stars" concert on Low Plaza they shot to stardom, playing at Woodstock, the Fillmores West and East, and many venues in between. Their success inspired the Broadway musical Grease, followed by the movie Grease (in which they appeared); the group eventually had its own television series. Two founders of Sha Na Na offer these reminiscences of the early days.

 

  • From Left; David Ryan, Johnny Contardo, Donald York, Dennis Greene
  • Photographed before legendary performance at the Woodstock Festival in 1969
  • Photographed by Barry Z Levine: 5"x7"

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