Americans United's First-Ever Concert Series Was A Nationwide Hit

Brown, Simon
November 2012
Church & State;Nov2012, Vol. 65 Issue 10, p18
The article presents information on Tom Pacheco, folk singer-songwriter who finds religion fascinating and pretty daunting. It informs that Pacheco used to open for the legendary Jimi Hendrix, was one of more than 100 artists who participated in Voices United for Separation of Church and State. It further informs that the shows were well attended by the crowd.


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