Dunlap, Tennessee, resident recalls his first-ever concert at Woodstock

In this Aug. 16, 1969, file photo, hundreds of rock music fans jam a highway leading from Bethel, N.Y., as they try to leave the Woodstock Music and Art Festival.

Kevin Wohl was 15 years old when his Uncle Lou said he had a job for him.

It was 1969 in Sullivan County, New York. Wohl's father, Seymour, was born on the family farm in South Fallsburg in 1925. Wohl was born in nearby Monticello in 1954.

In the summer of 1969, Wohl's uncle came by the house and told the family he needed the young man's help for a concession job he had booked in Bethel.

The job was a music festival with some 100,000 people expected to attend, and Uncle Lou would be doing food concessions.

"I need Kevin to come and help shuck corn," Wohl remembers Lou saying.

That's when his Aunt Dorothy stepped in.

"My aunt suggested I be in charge of the ice cream truck instead," Wohl said.

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