Dennis Dreith was inspired and encouraged by several music teachers and professors during the early part of his education. A few of his college professors made special accommodations so that Dennis could gain his class credits while touring with bands. Those experiences, along with the kindness shown to him by studio musicians, helped Dennis realize his need to help the next generation of musicians. As a result, when he was not producing, playing or composing, Dennis is actively serving on boards of several organizations that help protect the rights of musicians, arrangers and composers as well as playing a key role in the Digital Performance Rights in Sound Recording Act of 1995.
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