Jimmy Carter might be known as the humble peanut farmer from Georgia who ascended to become the 39th president of the United States. However, a new documentary is highlighting how the he pushed along rock & roll music through promotion, friendships, and more.


Even though Carter was president for only one term, he understood the power of music and its role in American society. The 39th president was the first to extend an olive branch to the rock & roll community, and used music in politics in a novel way.

Through the years, Carter befriended icons Gregg Allman, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, and more. Throughout the trailer, we see Carter's legendary friends share memories of the president and his impact on music and society. Bono, Garth Brooks, Nile Rodgers, and more are also featured in the trailer.

Check out this highly anticipated documentary when it hits theaters and VOD on September 9th.

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