When you think of America, what do you think of? Of course our awesome military, freedoms, and other things come to mind instantly, but did you also think of Wal-Mart? Love it or hate it, Wal-Mart is about as American as you get. That's why it's appropriate these kids chose to sing our National Anthem there. To say they are big "fans" of the National Anthem is an understatement.
Raelynn is taking the country music industry by storm. From "Voice" contestant to a record deal with Big Machine, she's definitely making a name for herself. Her hit 'God Made Made Girls' is a huge success and with the shortage of quality female country artists, she's a breath of fresh air. Did I mention she had a great voice? She appeared at Lambeau Field in Green Bay to perform The Nat
Before the 'Monday Night Football' game on ESPN, Grammy Award winning Jazz Trumpeter Chris Botti performed the National Anthem. He played so beautifully, you could here a pin drop in the stadium and it brought Colt's wide-receiver to tears.
Even though the Star Spangled Banner has been around since 1814, people STILL have trouble remembering the words. Staind's Aaron Lewis is asking for the N'ations forgiveness' after botching the National Anthem before Game Five of the World Series in San Francisco. Instead of singing 'at the twilight's last gleaming' he sang 'were so gallantly streaming.'
They say when you lose one sense, your others are heightened. 16 year-old Marlana VanHoose is blind and was born with Cytomegalovirus, but she has the voice of an angel. Her performance of the National Anthem before a basketball game is stunning.
On Saturday, Canada's national junior hockey tournament in Saskatoon featured one of the worst National Anthem attempts EVER. Some girl named Alexis Normand sang the Canadian AND American anthems. She obviously wasn't too familiar with the American one, because she forgot half the lyrics, started and stopped a couple times, sang one part TWICE, and generally embarrassed herself for a minute and a
You probably know the story, Francis Scott Key was watching the British bomb Fort McHenry on the night of September 13, 1814. When he awoke the next morning and saw the "Star Spangled Banner" still waving he was moved to write a poem. Do you have a favorite rendition of the National Anthem? Two come to my mind almost instantly.
The Star Spangled Banner was a poem written in 1814 in Frances Scott Key. Now America's National Anthem, it's the hardest song to sing. Just ask these stars who bombed with their version of the Anthem. It's our Top 5 worst National Anthem performances.