Young Trent knows all the words and managed to get quite a few “oohs” and “aahs” from the crowd.
To me this is almost as big of a train wreck as when R. Kelly performed the national anthem at a boxing match and decided to remix the anthem.
The record attempted was for the largest inter-generational singing of America’s National song.
Nascar fans are a different breed, in my opinion.
There’s good national anthems — like the one Whitney Houston sang at the Super Bowl in January 1991. There’s bad national anthems — like the one Roseanne Barr sang before a Padres game in July 1990.
Firefighter Martin Rucker received his $10,000 prize for winning Comerica Bank’s Home of the Brave National Anthem singing contest.
There is nothing quite like watching and listening to someone screwing up the national anthem.
Since Monday’s bombing at the Boston Marathon, several Major League Baseball stadiums have been showing their support by playing Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” leading into the bottom of the eighth inning.
Is it more embarrassing to forget the lyrics to the national anthem while you are performing the song, or to get through the whole thing only by checking the crib sheet on your wrist?
Many people were scratching their heads after hearing the choice for the national anthem performance before the Kansas-Kentucky title game Monday night.