Host Shannon Perry to Sing National Anthem at Houston Texans Game

While we’re rarely at a loss for words when calling attention to our scores of accomplished, authoritative hosts, Shannon Perry has us scratching our head and asking, Where do we begin to tell such a compelling story?

How about the future—namely, this Sunday, Nov. 7?

CAPTION: Shannon: Nashville recording artist, military mom, motivational speaker and much more.

Shannon: Nashville recording artist, military mom, wife of cancer survivor, motivational speaker and much more.

For on that day, she takes to the field at Reliant Stadium in Houston to sing the national anthem prior to the Houston Texans facing off against the San Diego Chargers.

“Perry, 45, has been singing since she was 6 years old, yet, the opportunity to perform in front of her favorite team means repeated visits to Facebook to check her growing number of fans,” the Houston Chronicle writes of our Grace in High Heels host.

“As a singer, songwriter and motivational speaker, Perry has performed at Carnegie Hall, as well as the Houston Symphony. She will be singing the anthem for her son, Sean, 24, who is stationed at Laughlin Air Force Base in Del Rio,” the paper continues.

“A native Houstonian, the Cypress resident worked as both a teacher and counselor at Reed Elementary School in Houston from 1991-2005. Now, Perry travels the country presenting ‘If the Shoe Fits,’ a motivational women’s conference she wrote while watching her husband battle tonsil cancer in 2008.”

“BTR has been a wonderful experience for me,” Shannon, who launched Grace in High Heels in January of this year—and whose new album is titled The Real Thing—tells us. “I look forward to many more shows.”

As do we, Shannon. As do we.

Click here to read the Houston Chronicle profile.

Click here to check out Shannon Perry’s BlogTalkRadio show.

Click here to check out Shannon’s website.

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