Disgraceland - The Rolling Stones at Altamont: Bikers, Blood, and the End of the Sixties

Publish Date
Friday, 6 December 2019, 10:30AM

The Rolling Stones, the most dangerous band on the planet, envisioned their free concert at the Altamont Speedway outside San Francisco as the triumphant capstone to their 1969 tour: a west coast Woodstock, and a celebration of free love and hippiedom. But the festival, thrown together in under seventy-two hours and with security managed by Hell’s Angels paid in beer, was fated for a tragic and violent end... just like the ‘60s itself. 

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