Mention the word "Woodstock" and you can be pretty sure that about one person in one hundred will think of the village near Cowra.
The remainder will recall the three day concert held from the August 15, 1969 on Max Yasgur's farm at Bethel, in New York state.
With an attendance figure estimated at 400,000 people, two births, two accidental deaths, Woodstock was an iconic, defining moment of the hippie counter culture.
This Saturday, Woodstock will be marked by 107.5 FM, from 9am through till 6pm, piloted by volunteer announcers Jeff Rogers and Mark Ryan.
Mr Ryan said it was "a joy" to share an event listeners otherwise wouldn't hear on local radio, and would try to fit a song form every artist who performed at Woodstock into the nine-hour extravaganza.
"We're doing our darnedest to ensure that every artist who performed at Woodstock gets a guernsey," he said.
"We can share an event with the listeners that they would not otherwise hear on local radio stations, and, not only that, the show will not lose a single second to ads.
"It's all about the music."
The 107.5 Woodstock special will air between 9am and 6pm this Saturday.
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