Friday, June 21, 2019

Lead Singer of the band Train sings National Anthem at Game 6 of 2019 NBA Finals

This is too great to not share. 
The other night I talked about the Train symbolism from 2015 in connection to Philadelphia and number of things. I mentioned the band TRAIN has an Album called "Save Me San Francisco" but didn't look much more at it. 
So the lead single on the Album came out on 8/11...
Also the lead singer just sang the national anthem for Game 6 of the NBA Finals that the Raptors won. 

1 comment:

  1. The other connection with the National Anthem and August 11th; Fort McHenry (= 223 Francis Bacon) where the "Star Spangled Banner" was written by Francis Scott Key during the Battle of Baltimore September 14, 1814 was dedicated on August 11, 1939 as "National Monument and Historic Shrine". It is the only place in the U.S. that is doubly dedicated as such. That will be 80 years this August. The Fort is named after James McHenry who, at the age of 23, was appointed surgeon of the Fifth Pennsylvania Battalion on August 10, 1776, lol. Also interesting to note that in the case of a "National Emergency" the Fort would be closed to the public and it would be used by the Military for the duration of the emergency.
    The Train group made me think of the song "Crazy Train" by Ozzy and you'll be happy to hear Ozzy is voicing a character in the upcoming movie "Trolls World Tour" due to be released April 17, 2020. "Crazy Train" is in the movie and just the other day the trailer was released with the song featured in it as well as the Scorpions' song "Rock You Like a Hurricane", lol.