Other than the football game happening around it, and the commercials, the biggest moment of the Super Bowl is the musical performance at the halftime show. This year, we’re going to be treated to a (hopefully) spectacular performance by Rihanna (possibly featuring Britney Spears)? But there’s one other big musical performance every year… So who is singing the national anthem at the Super Bowl 2023?
Who Is Singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl 2023?
No need to dance around it, it’s Chris Stapleton. Chris Stapleton will be singing the national anthem at the Super Bowl 2023. There’s your answer! But who is Chris Stapleton?
Who is Chris Stapleton, Who Is Singing The National Anthem at the Super Bowl 2023?
Is that what we’re doing? Asking a question, then typing out the question, then answering it, like we’re Joe Pesci in that one scene of Goodfellas? Is that what we are? Some sort of clowns here to amuse you?
Anyway, the 44-year old Chris Stapleton has won eight Grammy awards, has worked with Kenny Chesney, George Strait and more, and is all around a well regarded singer/songwriter/producer.
There’s someone else pretty well-known who will joining him, though…
Who Is Troy Kotsur, Who Will Join Chris Stapleton Doing the Sign Language Interpretation of The National Anthem?
Troy Kotsur is an Academy Award winning actor who is deaf. He will be providing the sign language interpretation of Chris Stapleton’s national anthem performance. He won the Oscar for a move called CODA, which is great and you should definitely go watch it.
What Time Is The National Anthem in Super Bowl 2023?
The National Anthem will be performed by Stapleton and Kotsur at 6:30pm ET on FOX. If you’re looking for a guide on how to watch the Super Bowl online we’ve got you covered.
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