Patriotic Teenagers Sing A Moving Rendition Of The Star-Spangled Banner


The Kentucky State Choir conference gathers at the Louisville, Kentucky Hyatt hotel each year. The video shows 1,00’s high school students standing on different levels of an 18-story hotel singing the Star-Spangled Banner.

This is the way the National Anthem is meant to be done. Reverent with feeling. It was simply stunning.

It’s an annual tradition for everyone to come outside their room, face the lobby atrium and sing at 11 p.m. each night. They perform a cappella version of The Star-Spangled Banner. You can watch the video below. It is incredibly moving.

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“Beautiful, gentle, and powerful,” one commentator wrote on Facebook.”

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What a blessing to see and hear so many American teenagers giving proof that our flag is still there.

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