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Locals audition to sing anthem for New England Revolution

The judges (from left): Simms, Kellar, Van Pelt, and Massone.

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The judges (from left): Simms, Kellar, Van Pelt, and Massone.

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The New England Revolution hosted auditions for anthem singers at the Lansdowne Pub on Tuesday night. Twenty finalists performed in front of a panel of judges that included Revs player Clyde Simms; Erika Van Pelt, who was on season 11 of “American Idol”; Berklee College of Music assistant professor Stephanie Kellar; and James Massone, of season 2 of “The Voice.” The night’s big winners were: Caroline Burns of Hollis, N.H.; Patrick McCann, Eric White, and Mike McCann of Boston; and Whitney Doucet of Fitchburg. They’ll all get to sing the national anthem before a game this season.

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