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James Cornelison (born June 20, 1967) is a baritone who sings "...

wikipedia - 20 Sep 2016
James Cornelison (born June 20, 1967) is a baritone who sings "The Star-Spangled Banner" and "O Canada" at the beginning of home games for the Chicago Blackhawks. He is accompanied by organist Frank Pellico. Cornelison started singing the anthem for the Blackhawks part-time in 1996; he has been singing the national anthem for the Blackhawks full-time since 2007. He has also performed the anthem before Chicago Bears home games at Soldier Field during the 2010-11 NFL playoffs, as well as the 2011 seaso
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Jim Cornelison talks encore performance of 'Back Home Again'

Indianapolis Star - 27 May 2018
Jim Cornelison talks encore performance of 'Back Home Again'. CLOSE. The singer returned Sunday to sing the Hoosier classic prior to the 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500. Stephen J. Beard, stephen.beard@indystar.com. by Taboola by Taboola.
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The Indy 500 is actually super trashy

Indianapolis Star - 21 May 2018
It's probably safe to assume that people don't go to the Indianapolis 500 to reconnect with nature. Or that an event featuring cars driving around in circles is a celebration of living green. That said, just what impact does the Indy 500 have on the ...
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Indy 500: Start time, TV channel and live stream

Chicago Sun-Times - 27 May 2018
The day is also known for its many traditions, including the signing of “Back Home Again in Indiana,” which will be performed by Blackhawks anthem singer Jim Cornelison, and the winner of the race chugging milk on victory lane. Danica Patrick will also ...
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An inside look at the Indy 500 balloon tent

WTHR - 28 May 2018
IU grad Jim Cornelison will sing the traditional melody again this year. This will be the first "(Back Home Again in) Indiana" since Jim Nabors passed away in November. Nabors was the long time singer of Back Home Again for years. Filed under: Indy 500.

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