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Background Information

Employment History

Member of the Choir

St. James Parish


Maintenance Worker

Robert Morris University


Staff Member

Robert Morris University


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Robert Morris University, Pittsburgh, PA -

www.rmuislandsports.org [cached]

Robert Morris University (RMU) staff member John Tucci of Sewickley has sung the National Anthem at many RMU sporting events over the past six years.This fall, Tucci will have the opportunity to perform for his RMU colleagues - and a few thousand other Pittsburgh sports fans - in a whole new venue when he performs the National Anthem during the Saturday, September 16, 2006, baseball game at PNC Park.In addition to having been designated Robert Morris University Night at the ballpark by RMU's Office of Alumni Relations, the 7:05 p.m. match-up between the Pirates and New York Mets will also include a Jack Wilson Bobblehead for all fans.A maintenance worker with RMU's physical plant, Tucci has worked at the University since 1993.He began singing at RMU in 2000, when, while attending a men's soccer match, he observed that the team was using a recorded version of the National Anthem during its games.After the game, Tucci approached men's soccer coach William Denniston about having the Anthem performed live."I was attending games to cheer RMU's students on, which meant the world to them and showed that I cared," said Tucci."I thought that a live performance of the song might be a little more meaningful, to both the players on the field and those watching the game, especially the way I sing it - with all of my heart, passion and soul.I sing it like a prayer."Denniston agreed to let Tucci perform the song live, and Tucci soon began singing at more of the men's soccer games, as well as at other RMU and high school sporting events year-round.Also a member of the choir with St. James Parish in Sewickley, Tucci is honored to have been selected to perform at PNC Park, particularly on an evening when so many of his colleagues will be in attendance."I have sung in front of my Robert Morris University friends many times for games on RMU's campus, and have often looked to them as a source for inspiration," said Tucci.


www.islandhockey.com

RMU physical plant worker John Tucci has sung the National Anthem at University sporting events for more than seven years.Last fall, Tucci had the opportunity to perform for his RMU colleagues - and a few thousand other sports fans - in a whole new venue when he performed the National Anthem during a September baseball game at the Pittsburgh Pirates' PNC Park. This summer, Tucci will continue his singing tour of western Pennsylvania with performances at several other events, including the Ambridge Volunteer Fire Department's 31st Annual Fireworks Extravaganza on Tuesday, July 3 at Ambridge High School; the minor-league football Pittsburgh Colts' Patriot Night on Saturday, July 7 (4 p.m., RMU); and a Washington Wild Things baseball game on Thursday, July 19 at CONSOL Energy Park in Washington, Pa. (7:05 p.m.).Tucci has worked for RMU's physical plant since 1993, and began singing at the University and local high school sporting events in 2000.


www.rmuislandsports.com

John Tucci's Summer Tour RMU maintenance worker John Tucci will continue his singing tour of western Pennsylvania this summer when he performs at several events, including the Ambridge Volunteer Fire Department's 31st Annual Fireworks Extravaganza; the minor-league football Pittsburgh Colts' Patriot Night and a Washington Wild Things baseball game.Full Story


www.islandhockey.com

Robert Morris University (RMU) staff member John Tucci of Sewickley has sung the National Anthem at many RMU sporting events over the past six years.This fall, Tucci will have the opportunity to perform for his RMU colleagues - and a few thousand other Pittsburgh sports fans - in a whole new venue when he performs the National Anthem during the Saturday, September 16, 2006, baseball game at PNC Park.In addition to having been designated Robert Morris University Night at the ballpark by RMU's Office of Alumni Relations, the 7:05 p.m. match-up between the Pirates and New York Mets will also include a Jack Wilson Bobblehead for all fans.A maintenance worker with RMU's physical plant, Tucci has worked at the University since 1993.He began singing at RMU in 2000, when, while attending a men's soccer match, he observed that the team was using a recorded version of the National Anthem during its games.After the game, Tucci approached men's soccer coach William Denniston about having the Anthem performed live."I was attending games to cheer RMU's students on, which meant the world to them and showed that I cared," said Tucci."I thought that a live performance of the song might be a little more meaningful, to both the players on the field and those watching the game, especially the way I sing it - with all of my heart, passion and soul.I sing it like a prayer."Denniston agreed to let Tucci perform the song live, and Tucci soon began singing at more of the men's soccer games, as well as at other RMU and high school sporting events year-round.Also a member of the choir with St. James Parish in Sewickley, Tucci is honored to have been selected to perform at PNC Park, particularly on an evening when so many of his colleagues will be in attendance."I have sung in front of my Robert Morris University friends many times for games on RMU's campus, and have often looked to them as a source for inspiration," said Tucci.


www.islandhockey.com

RMU maintenance worker John Tucci will continue his singing tour of western Pennsylvania this summer when he performs at several events, including the Ambridge Volunteer Fire Department's 31st Annual Fireworks Extravaganza; the minor-league football Pittsburgh Colts' Patriot Night and a Washington Wild Things baseball game.Full Story


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