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Rock singer/songwriter Val Emmich was raised in Manalapan, NJ, and took up the guitar after he was diagnosed with Lyme Disease at the age of 15 and was forced to curtail his physical activities. Soon, he was writing his own songs. He attended Rutgers University, and after graduating turned to music full-time, releasing his first EP, The 15-Minute Relationship, in the summer of 2001 without the benefit of a record contract. He then turned to producer Wayne Dorell(who has worked with Tonic, Yo La Tengo, and Pavement), to help with his first full-length disc.
Woodstock 1999 is a two-disc set that documents the Woodstock 1999 festival. It was released during October 1999, nearly three months after the event took place. The album was released on Epic Records. The set features one song from each of 32 performing artists. It also features the recording of the speech given when the fires got out of hand and the Red Hot Chili Peppers performance was paused on the last day of the festival, on the track "Interlude" (Disc one, number 16).
Val Emmich B-Sides Album. Val Emmich is to release a collection of his b-sides on May 1, entitled Songs, Volume 1, Woodstock. Break' is the first track from the collection to be released for download and can be streamed from the artist's myspace.