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Laura Bryna sings at BoSox game

Friday, September 12, 2008 – Laura Bryna will sing the national anthem tonight at Fenway Park, prior to the start of the Boston Red Sox-Toronto Blue Jays baseball game in Boston. This week is particularly exciting as the Red Sox broke the Major League Baseball record for consecutive game attendance sellouts, with 456 games dating back to May 15, 2003.

"I love baseball," said Bryna, "and am so honored to sing on behalf of one of the all-time great teams. And, with all the sold out games at Fenway Park, this was the best way for me to actually secure a seat."


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CD review - Trying to Be Me Newcomer Laura Bryna's background includes as much acting as it does music, a history that shows up clearly in her debut CD. The vocals have a theatrical quality with lots of character in the phrasing. Bryna uses that to good effect on some tracks - it works well with the 'sassy chick' vibe on "Same Dog" and "No Man's Land." She also manages to give life to a bland hotel room, "Room 228." On the other hand, tearjerkers like "640 Battlefield ...


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