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Sport Watch: AFC Championship Game national anthem was exceptional

23:05  19 january  2020
23:05  19 january  2020 Source:   12up.com

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Performed by Steven Tyler, and an awesome plane doing a fly over, Looks like towards the end the fireworks launched at the wrong time!

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Whoever's job it is to tab National Anthem singers for major sporting events, you're doing great work. In this latest showing of patriotism, the Chiefs selected Navy officer Generald Wilson to sing the Anthem at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday afternoon, and it's worth another listen.

a man wearing a hat: Navy officer Generald Wilson sang a national anthem to remember at the AFC Championship Game Navy officer Generald Wilson sang a national anthem to remember at the AFC Championship Game


Who Sang the National Anthem at the AFC Championship Game?

That would be Navy officer Generald Wilson!

But just so you know, we weren't the only ones to notice just how much effort Wilson put into his performance.

Chiefs fans everywhere tweeted out their appreciation for his service and love for his country after the fact. We'd like to congratulate Wilson on his good fortune, and wish him the best in future performances.

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