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Date: Tuesday, July 4, 2017
Location: James Mastricola Upper Elementary School
The Rotary Club of Merrimack is proud to host the World Record Holder, Al St.Louis from Nashua, who will be singing the National Anthem to open the Merrimack4th / Family Fun Day!
Al is recognized throughout New England and beyond for his passion for singing our anthem.
Where has Al performed? Here's just a small sampling:
Boston Red Sox, Pawtucket Red Sox, Portland Sea Dogs, Manchester Monarchs, New Hampshire Fisher Cats, Lowell Spinners, Nashua Silver Knights, Brocton Rox, Martha’s Vineyard Sharks, Wachusett Dirt Dawgs, Bristol Blues, Northshore Navigators, Pittsfield Suns, Seacoast Mavericks, Worcester Bravehearts, Torrington Titans, Keene Swampbats, Laconia Muscats, Boston Bruins Alumni, Home for Troops, Veterans Count, Relay For Life Events, Merrimack Rotary, Hampton Beach Seafood Festival, Rock’n Ribfests, Harvard University, Southern New Hampshire University, Merrimack College, UMass Boston, Boston College, Boston University, Saint Anselm University, University Of New Hampshire, Merrimack College, Keene State, Franklin Pierce University, UMass Lowell, Keene State, Nashua HS, Bishop Guertin HS, Goffstown HS, Merrimack HS, and many, many more!
World Record Holder Al St. Louis to Perform Our National Anthem
Al St. Louis, World Record Holder:
(2012) “The Word Record for the Most National Anthems in 1 year with 217 performances!”
(2014) “The World Record for the Most National Anthem in ONE DAY with 10 Performances!”
(2014) “The World Record for the Most National Anthems in 3 days with 21 Performances!”
(2015) “The World Record for the Most National Anthem in 1 year with 325 Performances!”
(2016) “The Most Anthems Sung in One Day singing 25 performances in 24 hours!”
(2016) “The High Altitude Anthem World Record from a Hot Air Balloon!”
(2016) “The Most National Anthems in One Year with 500 Performances!”