KESHIA CHANTÉ TO SING NATIONAL ANTHEM AT GREY CUP

Sports & Recreation • Posted by OttawaStart Staff on October 23, 2004

The Canadian Football League (CFL) today announced that Keshia Chanté, multi-award winner at the recent Urban Music Awards, will kick off Grey Cup celebrations by performing the National Anthem.

 

16-year-old Keshia Chanté returns to the Nation's Capital as a hometown hero.  Keisha first captured the attention of the music world in 2003, when her debut single, Unpredictable, went to #1 on the radio and video charts and she was honoured with the Urban Music Association of Canada Award for "Best R&B Artist."  Since then, Keshia's music and her popularity have soared to new heights. 

 

In early 2004, she received the Canadian Radio Award for Best New Solo Artist, and in June she released her self titled debut album which has yielded three consecutive Top 10 radio hits.  Keisha was recently awarded three Urban Music awards, garnering honours for best new artist, video of the year for Bad Boy and the fans’ choice award.

 

Staging of the Opening Ceremonies, the National Anthem and Halftime Show are being produced by House of Blues Concerts Canada.

 

To purchase tickets to the Grey Cup 2004 game, or the remaining regular season Renegades home game on October 30 vs Hamilton, call Ticketmaster at 613-755-1166.

 

The 92nd Grey Cup Game will be held on Sunday, November 21 at Frank Clair Stadium in Ottawa. The Renegades are honoured to host Canada’s premiere sporting festival and event. As an organization, the Renegades hope to put on a show that will be regarded as one of the best Grey Cup festivals ever. In Ottawa, the Kickin’ it in the Capital Grey Cup Festival begins on Wednesday, November 17, featuring celebration events at various locales throughout the city, leading up to the game. For more information on the game, the festival and events, please log on to http://www.greycup2004.com


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