Noel Hogan worked on Woodstock 99 documentary soundtrack

July 8, 2021  |  2 Comments  |  by Axl  |  Noel Hogan

Noel Hogan was asked by director Garret Price to work on the soundtrack for his new documentary about Woodstock 99 and the (not so well known outside of US) chaos that ensued.

Note: The Cranberries didn’t play the festival that year, only in 1994.

The film will arrive on HBO Max streaming service July 23rd in the US.

In the mean time you can read the article by and watch the official trailer on YouTube.

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2 Responses to Noel Hogan worked on Woodstock 99 documentary soundtrack

  1. LMT

    I remember watching some concerts on tv, great shows by the way but I don’t recall any riots or bad stuff have happened. For sure we can’t see everything on tv. Definitely worth watching. I hope it’ll be available everywhere soon.

  2. Maddy

    Woodstock 94 was so great, and the cranberries gig, pure jewel. The 99 edition was so-so in comparison. Weird they called Noel for the OST. I’ll have a look when available here.


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