From hippies to hip-hop: The best of Isle Of Wight

James Hanley

The Isle Of Wight Festival has hosted a catalogue of unforgettable performances in its 50-year history. Here, promoters past and present, Ray Foulk and John Giddings, run through some of their personal favourites…

BOB DYLAN (1969)
Ray Foulk: “Dylan, I thought, was great, but he was a disappointment to many because he restricted his set to one hour. All the press hype in advance had been that he would be doing a long set and there’d be a jam session ...

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