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Dayton Law Prof Sang For Sha Na Na At Woodstock

•  National News     updated  2009/08/14 09:19


The ABA Journal is reporting that a University of Dayton law professor performed at the Woodstock music festival just before Jimi Hendrix took the stage.

Law professor Dennis Greene performed with the 1950s revival group Sha Na Na in a Woodstock performance that offered quite a contrast to Hendrix. Greene called the festival “an amazing moment” in an interview with the Dayton Daily News.

Greene sang lead for Sha Na Na and did the group’s choreography, according to the Daily News story. After leaving the group, he earned a master’s degree from Harvard and a law degree from Yale. He was vice president of production and features at Columbia Pictures. He began teaching at the University of Dayton law school in 2001.

Now Greene is writing a book about Woodstock. “Not just Woodstock, but how it sort of metaphors life today in terms of what lessons we have learned from it,” he told the newspaper. “My working title has been, 10 Lessons From Woodstock for the Age of Obama.”

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