Natalie Grant, singer of the National Championship Game Anthem


But before anything happens on the grill, the national anthem will ring out inside Lucas Oil Stadium.

The singer of the national anthem will be Natalie Grant, a Christian music artist who has been nominated nine times for the Grammy Awards.

College football qualifiers announced the grant as the performer of the national anthem in Monday night’s championship game in December.

A CFP version described Grant as follows:

Five-time Gospel Music Association Vocalist of the Year, Grant has remained one of the best-selling artists in Christian music with 42 Dove Award nominations and several No. 1 records and albums on the Billboard charts. Most recently, Grant released his new album No Stranger, which marked a 20-year milestone and marked the biggest start to the first week of his career on his way to becoming the best-selling debut album of 2020 in its genre. A social justice advocate, Grant is also a co-founder of Hope For Justice, an international nonprofit organization with 32 offices in 10 countries that works to end modern slavery.

Additionally, the anthem will be signed by the Indiana school for deaf student Kaylen Brown, a 12-year-old member of the college basketball team.

And ahead of the performance of the national anthem, the CFP said, “The nation’s colors will be presented by a color guard from the military service of the Indiana Ceremonial Unit, comprising members from Indiana and Kentucky Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Space Force and Coast Guard.During the National Anthem, a giant American flag will be flown by volunteers from the committee host, including teachers from across Indiana.


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