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Prove the Poets Wrong

Needtobreathe

Year: 2013

Runtime: 00:33:24

This documentary by Eric Anderson features Rock-N-Roll band Needtobreathe and chronicles the struggles and successes they have encountered as they continue to strive to break into the mainstream music market.

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