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Gospel Singers perform on Mariners' big stage

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The Peninsula Men's Gospel Singers ushered in the winning spirit on Monday, Aug. 20, by singing the national anthem at SAFECO Field. The Mariners beat the Cleveland Indians 5-3 following the group's performance.


Singing at the game was the first time the gospel singers performed at a Major League Baseball game. A caravan of family went with the singers to watch the performance and game, and some relatives even flew in from as far away as Los Angeles, Calif.


Search for “8/20/12 Mariners National Anthem” or “gospel singers” to see a video of the performance.


To see a video of the group's performance, visit here.


Peninsula Men's Gospel Singers consists of members from Sequim and Port Angeles led by Lee Moseley. They begin their 12th season in September, singing throughout the Olympic Peninsula for nine months.


For more information about concerts and joining, contact Michael Craig at 452-1531, Mike Stenger at 457-7205 or visit


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