Our recent baseball articles on Serendipity have inspired me to share this story again. Wayne Messmer is our favorite National Anthem singer at Wrigley Field and other locations, and his trip to the World Series stage took an unfortunate detour. Click “View original post” at the bottom to follow over to Serendipity for the rest of this story.
Wayne Messmer Sings, Rich Paschall, Sunday Night Blog
If you are from the Chicagoland area, or follow the World Series champion Chicago Cubs, you may know his name and his face. You certainly know his voice. As far as we are concerned here, he is the best National Anthem singer in the country. There is no fooling around when Wayne sings. He delivers the anthem as it was written. There are no variations to the melody or guitar solos. He delivers it each time in a rich baritone voice, full of passion and conviction. We consider it a privilege to follow along. There will be no runs for beer or hot dogs when Wayne grabs the mic and takes to the field.
Wayne Messmer is a multi-talented guy. His Facebook page introduces him as “Certified Speaking Professional, Singer, Storyteller, Live Entertainer. Chicago guy!” In addition to singing for the Cubs…
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