Meet Warren Snipe, the guy who will play the sign language national anthem at the Super Bowl
The Super Bowl is one of the most important sporting and entertainment events of the year, and the inclusion is an essential part of that mega event, so we tell you all about the guy who will interpret the US anthem in American Sign Language (ASL). It comes to b Warren Snipe, Also known as “Wawa”, who has a hearing loss and He will be responsible for interpreting the hymn, In charge of Jasmine Sullivan Eric Church, as long ‘Beautiful America’Who will sing to her.
According to Snipe, his dream has always been to perform in Super Bowl and he indicated his feeling of pride and gratitude at being able to perform these songs, plus, he said he would love to be able to perform between halves.
According to Wawa, he has been training with Jasmine Sullivan, Eric Church and HER explaining that when performing in sign language, it is usually done in tandem with the rhythm of the singers.
Warren Snipe explains why ASL is so important in the Super Bowl
Since 1992, an interpreter has been included in the halftime break shows, And something Snipe considers important for everyone to access shows.
Hard of hearing people need access to these special songs, just like everyone else. For those without hearing loss, Sneeb said in an interview with the site, try to watch TV without sound or subtitles and you will have difficulty accessing. WSGW.
Warren Snipe has been performing on various stages for years. In the 1990s, he performed an audio and video mix, titled “Deep hopWhich he described as “hip-hop through the eyes of a hard of hearing person”.
In 2016, Warren, now 50 and a football fanatic, releasedDeaf: So what ?!And recently he released his third album.Black light“.
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