I have heard many different versions of our National Anthem. Obviously I have heard people sing it whether it be very good or god awful. I have heard a number of great guitar players do some great renditions of it. I even was at a baseball game many years ago where a champion whistler whistled the song. Now here's a version I don't think I have ever heard before, a Red Bull Formula 1 race car being revved up to play the "Star Spangled Banner".
Viewers were quick to call out Luke Bryan for appearing to check his left hand at moments during his performance of the National Anthem at the MLB All-Star Game in Kansas City, Mo. on Tuesday night. Now, the singer has come clean, admitting to have written “key words” down to ensure he did his best.
Happy 4th of July everybody and Happy Birthday America! I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday. Since this is a very patriotic day and me being the music loving guy that I am I thought I would share some of my favorite renditions of our National Anthem that I have heard over the years...
Are you really in shock that a pop diva butchered the National Anthem of these United States of America? You know, the same country that afforded this Disney Channel child star the chance to become a diva and make hundreds of millions of dollars, should at least expect the National Anthem to be sang "flub free".
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