Tewksbury's Katie Conley And 'Girls Nite Out' Chosen To Sing National Anthem At Gillette Stadium
Girls Nite Out performs.
Boston – Katie Conley, of Tewksbury, along with members of her girl-group Girls Nite Out, were selected as one of three winners chosen by the New England Revolution to perform the national anthem at a Revs home match during the 2019 season. She and Girls Nite Out earned the opportunity by edging out the competition during the eighth annual New England Revolution National Anthem Auditions on March 21 at the Lansdowne Pub in Boston.
Girls Nite Out performed their original song, Blind during Round 1 of the finals, advancing to the final round singing an outstandingly harmonized rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner and were crowned winners along with Liana Lamparelli of Canton, MA and Shelby Moccio of Longmeadow, MA.
The guest judges – New England Revolution forward, Teal Bunbury; New England Revolution Club Ambassador, Charlie Davies; Event Presentation Supervisor for Kraft Sports, Patrick Heenehan and Ashley Jordan, 2018 Boston Music Awards ‘Country Artist of the Year– were tasked with cutting down 11 finalists to three winners. Elizabeth Pehota, reporter for the Revs, served as emcee.
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