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Friday, 06 July 2007 20:00
All-Star GameMLB announced the musical artists to perform at this year's All-Star Game, on Tues. July 10th at AT&T Park in San Francisco.

Two-time Grammy award nominee Chris Isaak will perform the U.S. National Anthem prior to the start of the 2007 All-Star Game. Grammy winner Paula Cole will perform God Bless America during the 7th inning stretch at the 2007 All-Star Game. Hailing from the San Francisco Bay area, Counting Crows will perform a two-song set prior to the start of the Home Run Derby, on July 9th at AT&T Park.

Chris Isaak is best known from early ‘90s with his hit single “Wicked Game,” off of his third album, Heart-Shaped World.

Paula Cole received her first professional break when she was invited to join Peter Gabriel on his world tour from 1992-1993. Four years later the 1997 Grammy Award winning Best New Artist became an hit with her debut single, “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone,” off her second album, This Fire. Her follow up hit single “I Don’t Want to Wait,” became the theme-song for the television hit series Dawson’s Creek. The Berklee College of Music graduate released her latest studio album, “Courage,” on Decca Records, in June 2007.

The San Francisco Bay area natives, Counting Crows, found success with their 1993 debut album, August And Everything After, featuring the hit single, “Mr. Jones.” The band’s most recent #1 hit song, “Accidentally In Love,” was featured on the Shrek 2 soundtrack, and was nominated for a Grammy Award, a Golden Globe Award, as well as an Academy Award.


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