Country music star Travis Tritt, who has come under fire for refusing to perform in venues where unvaccinated people can’t come to enjoy his shows, told Newsmax Monday he was honored to sing the National Anthem Saturday night before the Atlanta Braves clinched their place in the World Series, and he’s glad the Braves didn’t cave in to cancel culture.
“It’s always a tremendous honor, and I was just so thrilled that the Braves contacted me on Friday and asked me if I could come in and sing the National Anthem on Saturday for the game that turned out to be the clincher for the Braves,” the Emmy-award singer told Newsmax’s “John Bachman Now.”
“I’ve been a lifelong Braves fan my entire existence, so it was a really a great thrill and a great honor for me.”
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