Whisperin' Bill: An Autobiography
One of the music industry's most honored and significant figures for a quarter-century, Anderson also has another story to tell. His personal struggle when his family becomes the victim of a drunk driver makes a gripping human interest drama that will reach far beyond the boundaries of country music. 20 photos.
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