Amazing YouTube Music Video Series #8: Star Spangled Banner By A Quintet Of Very Young Girls
Original YouTube Title:
The Cactus Cuties sing The National Anthem Original Video
Original Date Posted on YouTube:
February 2, 2008
Original Poster’s Comments:
“The much requested studio recording of The Cactus Cuties singing our National Anthem, The Star Spangled Banner, is now available for downloading from Cdbaby and Itunes. The Cactus Cuties, http://thecactuscuties.com, range in age from 8 to 13. The group is named for the Cactus Theater in Lubbock, Texas and they are coached by Cami Caldwell.”
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These young voices are literally STUNNING! What an amazing performance of the Star Spangled Banner by such young talent (Baylee Barrett, Blaire Elbert, Andi Kitten, Madeline Powell, and ???). It is amazing what can be accomplished at such a young age when people are properly motivated, disciplined, and coached. Play this one for your choir classes everywhere!
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