Legendary rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd is still on tour. The band hails from Jacksonville. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis also hails from Jacksonville.
During a recent concert, the band brought Governor DeSantis out on the stage and the crowd went absolutely nuts.
Check it out:
You may be wondering, do they actually know each other? Indeed they do.
Earlier this year the Van Zant brothers recorded an anthem for DeSantis' reelection campaign. Check it out here:
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