SUPER BOWL LVII
Who is singing the national anthem at the 2023 Super Bowl?
Country singer Chris Stapleton has ben selected by the NFL to perform the national anthem at coming Super Bowl 57.
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Super Bowl 57 is upon us, and the city of Phoenix is putting the final touches for the most-watched T.V. event in the U.S. As usual, there will be amazing Super Bowl commercials, an extraordinary half-time show, and the traditional national anthem before the game starts.
For this year’s national anthem moment, the NFL has chosen to go with Chris Stapleton. As a result, the country singer will be tasked with one of the most sacred moments for Americans during the game. The U.S. is the only country that sings its anthem before every major sporting event, so needless to say, it must go smoothly.
Who is Chris Stapleton, who will sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl?
Chris Stapleton is a country music singer that has 15 Country Music Association and 10-Academy of Country Music Awards in addition to being an Eight-time Grammy winner.
He has over 170 songs written and co-written; six of his songs reached the top of the country charts. He initially moved to Nashville in 2001 to study engineering but ultimately abandoned that goal in favor of a music career.
When is the Super Bowl LVII?
This year’s Super Bowl will be in Phoenix, Arizona, on Sunday, 12th of February, 2023. This will be the second Super Bowl celebrated in Phoenix in less than ten years.
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