Super Bowl national anthem history: List of best, worst performers all time

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The national anthem can be heard before all kinds of sporting events in the United States, but the Super Bowl stage brings a different level of scrutiny.
With thousands typically in the stadium and millions watching the game from home, performing the anthem can propel stars to new heights — or leave them wondering why they ever agreed to sing.

Here’s a glimpse at the history of national anthem at the Super Bowl, including the best and worst performances all time, plus a complete list of every singer from 1967 to 2021.MORE: Super Bowl national anthem prop betsWho is singing the national anthem at Super Bowl 55?Jazmine Sullivan and Eric Church will perform the national anthem at this year’s Super Bowl. The two Grammy-nominated artists have never worked together before, but Sullivan told Entertainment Tonight last month she is “excited” to blend their R&B and country sounds together.”I just hope that it brings unity and it shows that you can be from two different parts of life and come together, you know, for a good common cause, basically,” Sullivan said.Best Super Bowl national anthemsWhitney Houston (1991)Three decades later, Houston’s rendition is still the standard. Her version of the national anthem not only left the crowd in awe that day, but also peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard Hot 100.It’s difficult to envision how any singer could top this anthem performance.Beyonce (2004)Before she took over halftime show duties in 2013, Beyonce belted out the national anthem at Super Bowl XXXVIII. The Houston native made her city proud with her simple, yet powerful delivery.That high note on “land of the free”? Damn.Jennifer Hudson (2009)Hudson set the stage for one of the most entertaining Super Bowls in recent memory. Standing at the center of a small, circular platform, she sent shockwaves throughout the stadium with her golden pipes.This may be the closest someone has come to touching Houston.Demi Lovato (2020)Lovato predicted in a 2010 tweet that she would one day sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl. Hey, good call!She earned immediate rave reviews on social media following her performance.Worst Super Bowl national anthemsAretha Franklin, Aaron Neville and Dr. John (2006)The lineup here looked terrific on paper. Unfortunately, it was a case of more not necessarily being better.As seen above, the most memorable national anthem performances feature one singer with a simple setup. That rule should have applied with Franklin.Christina Aguilera (2011)No reasonable person would argue Aguilera has a weak voice. She sounded incredible at Super Bowl XLV.However, she botched the lyrics about 40 seconds in and later had to issue a statement on the infamous flub.”I can only hope that everyone could feel my love for this country and that the true spirit of its anthem still came through,” Aguilera said.Worst Super Bowl national anthem — for bettorsGladys Knight (2019)One of the most well-known Super Bowl prop bets involves the length of the national anthem. Typically the clock stops once the performer ends with “brave.” Yeah, about that…
Chaos ensued when Knight sang “brave” twice at Super Bowl LIII. Her first “brave” hit the under, but the second “brave” took her way over. Some sportsbooks paid both sides, while others stuck to the first “brave.”Oh, and Knight’s rendition was pretty good!List of Super Bowl national anthem historySuper Bowl
Year
Performer(s)
I
1967
The Pride of Arizona, Michigan Marching Band and UCLA choir
II
1968
Grambling State University Tiger Marching Band
III
1969
Lloyd Geisler of the Washington National Symphony Orchestra
IV
1970
Al Hirt
V
1971
Tommy Loy
VI
1972
U.S. Air Force Academy Chorale
VII
1973
Little Angels Children’s Choir of Chicago’s Holy Angels Church
VIII
1974
Charley Pride
IX
1975
Grambling State University Tiger Marching Band
X
1976
Tom Sullivan
XI
1977
None (Vikki Carr sang “America the Beautiful”)
XII
1978
Phyllis Kell of the University of Louisiana at Monroe
XIII
1979
The Colgate Thirteen
XIV
1980
Cheryl Ladd
XV
1981
Helen O’Connell
XVI
1982
Diana Ross
XVII
1983
Leslie Easterbrook
XVIII
1984
Barry Manilow
XIX
1985
San Francisco Boys Chorus, San Francisco Girls Chorus, Piedmont Children’s Chorus and San Francisco Children’s Chorus
XX
1986
Wynton Marsalis
XXI
1987
Neil Diamond
XXII
1988
Herb Alpert
XXIII
1989
Billy Joel
XXIV
1990
Aaron Neville
XXV
1991
Whitney Houston with the Florida Orchestra
XXVI
1992
Harry Connick, Jr.
XXVII
1993
Garth Brooks
XXVIII
1994
Natalie Cole
XXIX
1995
Kathie Lee Gifford
XXX
1996
Vanessa Williams
XXXI
1997
Luther Vandross
XXXII
1998
Jewel
XXXIII
1999
Cher
XXXIV
2000
Faith Hill
XXXV
2001
Backstreet Boys
XXXVI
2002
Mariah Carey
XXXVII
2003
Dixie Chicks
XXXVIII
2004
Beyonce
XXXIX
2005
U.S. Army Herald Trumpets and the choirs from the U.S. Military Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy and U.S. Coast Guard Academy
XL
2006
Aaron Neville, Aretha Franklin and Dr. John
XLI
2007
Billy Joel
XLII
2008
Jordin Sparks
XLIII
2009
Jennifer Hudson
XLIV
2010
Carrie Underwood
XLV
2011
Christina Aguilera
XLVI
2012
Kelly Clarkson
XLVII
2013
Alicia Keys
XLVIII
2014
Renee Fleming
XLIX
2015
Idina Menzel
50
2016
Lady Gaga
LI
2017
Luke Bryan
LII
2018
P!nk
LIII
2019
Gladys Knight
LIV
2020
Demi Lovato
LV
2021
Jazmine Sullivan and Eric Church


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