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Teen’s Version of National Anthem Will Leave You Breathless and AMAZED!

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Fourteen-year-old Christopher Duffley, from Manchester, New Hampshire, sang his version of the national anthem just prior to Boston Red Sox/Cleveland Indians game earlier this week.

And he crushed it.

What might amaze you or possibly move you to tears is the fact that Christopher is autistic and blind.

He overcame those obstacles, delivering a stirring rendition of the anthem that resulted in a tremendous reaction from both fans and players.

via NBC Washington:

“And here to perform our National Anthem is a young fan who uses his musical talents to inspire people across the globe,” the announcer said in introducing Duffley.

Duffley paused before starting the anthem when the microphone didn’t appear to be working. The crowd gave him encouragement and a loud ovation — as did the players from both dugouts — as he waved before starting.

When it was over, the ovation was even longer.

According to his website, Christopher was born prematurely and suffered Retinopathy of Prematurity which rendered him blind. His musical talents have been on display at NASCAR events and previously at other events held at Fenway Park.

Watch the performance below …


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2 Comments

  1. Susie says:

    I enjoyed hearing this young man sing as he was more sincere than a lot of the stars who appear to sing. He did a very beautiful job and I don’t know if many people realize how hard it is for a person with autisim to get up in front of a group of people let alone a stadium of them and sing or perform let alone one with another physical disability. Goof job keep this kind of thing going!

  2. Diane says:

    Well done young man. He sang it well and he knew all the words. More than I can say for some that are singers but don’t know all the CORRECT words. And you know who I am talking about.

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