Richie Havens

Richie Havens: Woodstock Folk Hero Dies | Ents & Arts News | Sky NewsRichard Pierce “Richie” Havens (January 21, 1941 – April 22, 2013) was an American singer-songwriter and guitarist. His music encompassed elements of folk, soul, and rhythm and blues. He had an intense and rhythmic guitar style (often in open tunings), and played soulful covers of pop and folk songs. He was the opening act at the 1969 Woodstock Festival. Born in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, Havens was the oldest of nine children. He was of Native American (Blackfoot) descent on his father’s side and of the British West Indies on his mother’s. His grandfather was Blackfoot of the Montana/South Dakota area. See for more.

Freedom at Woodstock 1969 (HD)

How Can I?

Here Comes The Sun

In My Life

Just Like a Woman

Helplessly Hoping

High Flying Bird

All Along Watchtower

Tombstone Blues

Strawberry Fields Forever

From The Prison

The Hawk

Something Else Again 1968 Part 1 Full Album

Electric Havens 1968 Part 2 Full Album

Live at Woodstock 1969 concert

Richard P. Havens 1969 full Album

Alarm Clock 1970 Full Album

Common Ground 1983 Full Album

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