It starts with a “here we go” and doesn’t let up until you mercifully press stop. But what Vince Neil lacks in singing ability, he makes up for in cold, hard charisma and pure love of the game.
Neil, who owns the Las Vegas Outlaws, christened the team’s first Arena Football League game with this fascinating rendition of what The Daily Dot refers to as “America’s Proudest Song.”
Unfortunately, from the beginning to the end, this wasn’t a great night for the Outlaws. They lost their game to the visiting San Jose Sabercats (is it just me or are team names just better in the Arena League). But the only relic that will remain from their game will likely be this horrible version of the national anthem, which you probably won’t be able to stop yourself from listening to again.
(Via The Daily Dot)