A native of Harlem and the Bronx in New York, Denny Greene was a founding member of the widely popular retro-rock vocal group Sha Na Na. The group had their own television show that was on the air from 1978 to 1981 where Greene was portrayed as the most intelligent member of the group. He also served as the group's main choreographer and sang lead in the song "Tears on My Pillow" when he appeared with Sha Na Na in the movie Grease, in 1978. In 1977 Greene recorded his now highly collectible self-titled solo album with the help of a crack studio band that consisted of Hugh McCracken (guitars); Rob Mounsey (keyboards); Christopher Parker (drums); Francisco Centeno (bass); the John Gatchel Horns (horns); the Manny Vardi Strings (strings); Annie Sautton (background vocals); Alvin Fields (background vocals); Kim Karlson (background vocals); Arnold McCuller (background vocals); Genya Raven (background vocals) and Bernard Graham (background vocals). Now finally available in the digital domain, all selections have been newly re-mastered.