Last night Buffalo Springfield rocked the stage at the Bonnaroo Music Festival.
"We're Buffalo Springfield, we're from the past" Neil Young told the audience. Original members, Young, Stills and Richie Furay, were joined by bass player Rick Rosas and drummer Joe Vitale, replacing deceased members Bruce Palmer and Dewey Martin.
A performance that marked the group's 7th time on stage together since disbanding 43 years ago.
The crowd was treated to a rockin' rendition of "Blackbird" that had Young and Stills jamming out for ten minutes. They played their classic hit "For What It's Worth" and closed out the set with Young's original, "Rockin in the Free Word".
The 4-day, multi-stage Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival which takes place every June on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee, celebrates its 10th Birthday today! For its peaceful vibe, near-flawless logistics, and unrivaled entertainment options, Rolling Stone magazine named this revolutionary entertainment experience one of the 50 moments that changed the history of rock and roll. Below is a clip of artists, festival promoters, staff and a few fans that were asked what they think "Bonnaroo" means. Enjoy!