PawSox To Hold Open Auditions For National Anthem Singers

PawSox To Hold Open Auditions For National Anthem Singers At The Warwick Mall On Sunday, March 3rd

On Thursday the Pawtucket Red Sox announced that they would be once again hosting National Anthem auditions for fans who want the chance to sing the National Anthem prior to PawSox games at McCoy Stadium during the 2019 season.

Auditions are slated to take place on Sunday, March 3rd from 12 noon until 4 pm at the Warwick Mall on 400 Bald Hill Road located in Warwick, RI.

Individuals or groups can register upon arrival at the event with it being a first-come, first served run program. Pawtucket asks that any questions should be directed to Jackie Dempsey who coordinates the singers and performances at the games.

Singers will have just two minutes to perform the National Anthem or any other relevant song and will do so in front of some local judges.

The team does have a few examples of songs that performers could use during their auditions.

God Bless America, America the Beautiful, Take Me Out to The Ballgame, Sweet Caroline, and of course, PawSox Baseball, the song that the PawSox march onto the field too prior to every first pitch at McCoy.

“Baseball games have a soundtrack,” said PawSox President Dr. Charles Steinberg, “And the blend of patriotic music and popular traditions contribute to that musical backdrop.  Live performances by soloists, singing groups, and musicians enhance the cohesiveness of our community, and we welcome all who would like to share their talents.”

The local judges that are going to be presiding over the event are Nick Coit, Sports Director over at ABC6, Brian Mulhern of Cat Country’s morning program, and former winner of New England’s Got Talent, Lexi Lanni.

Pawtucket encourages all ages to try out with their being 70 home games during the 2019 home season that need National Anthem singers.

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