Fire up those grills and break out your best red, white and blue attire, folks! Just in time for all the freedom festivities, Chris Stapleton has gifted us with his performance of the National Anthem from Super Bowl LVII.
The newest addition to our Independence Day playlists, the Kentucky singer-songwriter sang his stunning rendition of 'The Star-Spangled Banner' earlier this year at State Farm Stadium Field in Glendale, Arizona, and it has since been lauded as one of the greatest National Anthem performances in recent memory.
An infamously difficult tune to sing, Stapleton had many in tears during his show-stopping two-minute masterpiece.
His appearance marked the third consecutive country artist to perform 'The Star-Spangled Banner' at the iconic Super Bowl, following Mickey Guyton in 2022 and Eric Church in 2021, who teamed up with Jazmine Sullivan.
Stapleton has become quite the decorated entertainer in recent years, with eight Grammys, 15 CMA Awards and 15 ACM Awards to his name. Most recently being crowned the ACM Entertainer of the Year, he will also be honored with the ACM Triple Crown Award in August for winning New Male Artist of the Year, Male Artist of the Year and Entertainer of the Year from the Academy of Country Music throughout his career.
He is currently taking his All American Road Show across the country and will be joining forces with the King of Country Music, George Strait, for a few stadium shows this summer.
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