NEW YORK (AP) – Richie Havens’ ashes will be scattered at the site that made him famous: a farm in upstate New York. Havens’ family say later this summer they will scatter his ashes at the site of Woodstock in 1969, which is now the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. Havens opened Woodstock and was onstage nearly three hours because many of the other performers were stuck in traffic. Haven passed away on April 22, due to a heart attack in his Jersey City home. He was 72 years old.
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