In 1967, four young musicians from Nottinghamshire, England, Alvin Lee, Leo Lyons, Ric Lee, and Chick Churchill formed Ten Years After and became one of the biggest names on the world rock music stage. Their now legendary encore, Im Going Home performed at The Woodstock Festival in August 1969, was captured on film and exposed them to a large audience who were blown away by the intensity of the bands performance and the brilliance of Alvin Lee's guitar playing. Their ten-minute appearance in the film is an acknowledged highlight and established Ten Years After a place in rock history. From 1968 to 1975 constant touring, and appearances at legendary events such as The Newport Jazz Festival and The 1970 Isle of Wight Festival, exposed the bands music to a global audience. It is estimated that they performed to in excess of 75,000 new fans a week. Between 1967 and 1974, Ten Years After recorded and released ten multi-million selling albums. The band split in the mid-1970's, but reformed for a one-off show to celebrate the 25th anniversary of London's famous Marquee venue in 1983. This show features the full Ten Years After performance from that amazing night.