Bob McDonald and Caleb Green have long been the Washington Capitals’ masterful anthem singers. Now Caleb will be showing off his singing chops on national TV with America’s Got Talent.
Green, as a member of the four-person music group Voices of Service, performed Katy Perry’s “Rise” on NBC’s flagship show. Their appearance will be aired at 8PM on Tuesday’s June 18th show.
The group’s performance elicited a standing ovation from Gabrielle Union and many in the crowd.
“Voices of Service are very happy to be participating in season 14 of America’s Got Talent,” Green said to me. “Please look for us on Tuesday night!”
And that’s not the only Capitals connection on this week’s show. Julianne Hough, Brooks Laich’s wife, is one of the AGT judges along with Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, and Union. Terry Crews hosts the show.
According to military.com, Green’s group is made up of active duty and veteran service members and is affiliated with the Center for American Military Music Opportunities (CAMMO).
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This extends what has been a charmed year for Green. Last June, Green had the opportunity to sing the national anthem at Capital One Arena during the Stanley Cup Final.
The Capitals presented Green with a Stanley Cup championship ring in the fall.
Later in March, he performed in front of Gary Sinise at the TAPS Honor Guard Gala.
— Caleb Green (@noazark151) March 7, 2018
We’ll be rooting you on from home on Tuesday. Go Caleb!
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