Richie Havens, Folk Singer Who Riveted Woodstock, Dies at 72
ACCORDING TO NYTIMES.COM
Richie Havens, who marshaled a craggy voice, a percussive guitar and a soulful sensibility to play his way into musical immortality at Woodstock in 1969, improvising the song “Freedom” on the fly, died on Monday at his home in Jersey City. He was 72.
The cause was a heart attack, his agent, Tim Drake, said.
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