This is unlike any rendition of national anthem you’ve seen or heard.
Before the Missouri men’s basketball team’s victory over Kentucky on Saturday in Columbia, artist Joe Everson worked on a painting on the court while singing the national anthem.
I’ve never seen that before, and it seemed for a long while that painting was an abstract piece.
But Everson had a fantastic finish, and it made for a unique moment in the history of national anthems at sporting events. When he was done, Everson had re-created the iconic image after the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II.
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Oh, and as you can tell from the video above, there were a lot of Chiefs fans on hand at the game, it seems.
According to his Twitter feed, Everson lives in South Carolina.