The Nashville Predators are on a roll! The Music City-based professional hockey team is on its way to making franchise history after an impressive win against the St. Louis Blues Tuesday night. The home-game win left the team undefeated at home during the Stanley Cup playoffs.
While there’s no doubt the Preds boast some of the leagues best players, they also have some serious bragging rights when it comes to their fan base. Many of Nashville’s elite have come out in full force to cheer on their home team. Luke Bryan, Hunter Hayes, Lee Greenwood, Vince Gill, and (of course) Carrie Underwood make regular appearances at Preds games.
During the course of the Playoff series, some of Nashville’s most talented artists have surprised fans with performances of “The Star-Spangled Banner” prior to the opening face-off. Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan and Little Big Town have all taken their turn at the Anthem in recent weeks, so it only seems fitting that one of the Preds’ biggest fans, Vince Gill, was asked to perform the tune.
Gill was joined by his oldest daughter, Jenny, and youngest daughter, Corrina. It didn’t go unnoticed that Gill’s daughters have inherited their famous parents’ incredible vocals. Jenny, whose mother is Sweethearts of the Rodeo singer Janice Gill and Vince’s first wife, is currently pursuing a solo career. Corrina, Gill’s daughter with fellow artist Amy Grant, not only looks like her famous mom but sounds just like her too.
In a 2016 interview, Gill called Corinna “a pretty off-the-hook great singer.” We agree and think you will too.
Hear Vince Gill and his daughters sing the National Anthem in the video below.