Nashua, NH - The sweet sounds of the National Anthem at Holman Stadium Saturday afternoon -- will earn this man, a top spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Alan St. Louis has sang the National Anthem more than two hundred times in one year. And it all started, with a joke.
"Somebody made a comment off-handedly, you know, keep that up and you'll break the world record. And I questioned, what the record was so I called Guinness and found out no one has applied for it. "
So he started singing the national anthem everywhere he could, including colleges and universities across the Granite State. From a venue of 5 to venues of 12,000, there was no prior record in the book for most National Anthems performed in 365 days, so Alan has set the record.
For his record setting efforts, the mayor declared a proclamation for St. Louis and his efforts. And now -- he's a fan favorite.
So what do you do when you've set a world record? Set your eyes on a new prize.
"Fenway Park has always been a goal."
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