||Janis Joplin (above)
||Alanis Morissette (above)
||Don’t trust anyone over 30.
||Start your Internet empire before you’re 30.
||$18 for three days
||$150 for three days
||Audience burns millions of brain cells through drug use.
||Audience burns out thousands of cell phones trying to track down their friends at the food court.
|Most likely to end up in rehab
||The Grateful Dead
|Creepy albinos, then and now
||Insane Clown Posse
|Hippie chicks, then and now
||Bad acid trips — they’re free maaaaannnn!
|| T-shirts, jewelry, and crafts — $22.95 and up
||The only barriers to gettin’ some lovin’? Your own hang-ups, baby.
|| Uh, how about a condom, a blood test, and a list of references?
|| Adam Duritz (Counting Crows)
|Destined for obscurity
||Sha Na Na, a wacky bunch of doo-woppers whose ’70s TV show was about as funny as a dog exploding
||The Umbilical Brothers, a wacky pair of performance artists who imitate the sound of a dog exploding
||Townspeople threatened to break the legs of the concert’s promoters if the show went on.
||Townspeople now accept Mastercard, Visa, and American Express.
||Mickey Hart, playing with the Grateful Dead
||Mickey Hart, playing with Planet Drum
||Uh, there was a fence?
||Six miles of steel-girded fencing will be monitored by 3,100 security, law enforcement, and support staff.
||Award-winning documentary has had rock fans shaking their heads in wonder at this timeless event.
||Pay-per-view simulcast on the same channel that normally shows WWF wrestlers smacking each other on the head with folding chairs.