Last night at the MLB All-Star game The Tenors performed the Canadian national anthem… kinda. A verse was added (it should be noted that the group has released a statement saying it was only one member, Remigio Pereira, who made the decision and the others had no idea what was happening) right after ‘all thy sons command’ to say, ‘We’re all brothers and sisters. All lives matter to the great.’ (which doesn’t even really make sense, right?).
Canadian quartet “The Tenors” get political at MLB All-Star game, changing words of Canadian national anthem. pic.twitter.com/0K2L2Vz5YP
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And here is the statement from The Tenors on their Facebook page. Perhaps the best thing to come out of this is the term ‘lone-wolf tenor.’ … he’s the bad-boy of tenors now?