Chris Farrell

producer of “Jimmy Carter: Rock and Roll President”

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The Allman Brothers Band, Willie Nelson, and Bob Dylan helped get Jimmy Carter elected to the White House.

How Willie Nelson, the Allman Brothers and other music stars helped elect Jimmy Carter

The Allman Brothers Band, Willie Nelson, and Bob Dylan helped get Jimmy Carter elected to the White House.

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