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Jul 5 | Posted by: Absolute Publicity |

Nashville, Tenn. (July 5, 2016) - On Saturday, July 2, country music star John Berry saluted the nation when he performed the national anthem at an Atlanta Braves home game against the Miami Marlins. The game was the final July 4th weekend series in Turner Field history. The Braves will move to their new stadium near Marietta, Georgia to open the 2017 season.

"Performing the national anthem on 4th of July weekend at a Braves baseball game, in my home state, was pretty incredible!" says Berry. "I don't think it gets any more American than that. And to have one of my favorite Braves players, Jeff Francoeur, run out of the dugout to shake my hand and thank me was pretty darn cool!"

Last Friday, Berry performed a song from his new album, What I Love The Most, on Atlanta's CBS46. Watch the full performance HERE. Berry's new album is available for purchase now at JohnBerry.com, Amazon and iTunes.

About John Berry

Two-time Grammy-nominated country star John Berry has placed 20 singles on the county hit parade charts, six of which went Top 5 as well as a #1 on the Billboard and Radio & Records country charts. He has earned numerous Gold and Platinum records. Berry's co-written "A Mind Of Her Own" and "Kiss Me In The Car" introduced him to radio audiences in 1993. Then, "Your Love Amazes Me," "What's In It For Me" and "You And Only You" thrust him to stardom in 1994. "Standing On The Edge Of Goodbye," "I Think About It All The Time," and "If I Had Any Pride Left At All" were all major hits the following year. "Your Love Amazes Me" earned Berry a 1995 Grammy nomination. Berry took "Change My Mind" into the country music Top 5 in 1996. "She's Taken A Shine" became an even bigger hit in 1997. That same year, he was nominated for CMA Vocal Event of the Year for "Long Haired Country Boy" with Charlie Daniels and Hal Ketchum. In 2013, he was nominated for the Mainstream Country Male Artist by the ICM Awards. Both fans and the media took note when "There He Goes" was released as a 1999 duet with Patsy Cline.

For more information on John Berry, visit johnberry.com.

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