Connecticut-native quartet Eggy on Tuesday headed to Cleveland, OH’s Major League Baseball park, Progressive Field, to perform the national anthem ahead of a matchup between the Cleveland Guardians and the visiting Seattle Mariners.

Appearing in red Guardians jerseys with “Eggy” emblazoned across their backs, band members Jake Brownstein, Dani BattatMike Goodman, and Alex Bailey left their instruments in the van and used their first-ever public rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” to showcase their aptitude for four-part vocal harmony.

Related: Eggy Guitarist Jake Brownstein Hits Record-Breaking Trick Shot At Westville Music Bowl [Watch]

“As long time fans of baseball, it was surreal to play a role in the actual production of a Major League game,” Battat told Live For Live Music of Eggy’s national anthem performance in Cleveland. “We challenged ourselves with an acapella arrangement by the Gaither Vocal Band, and are all extremely proud with the result. The whole experience is a dream come true and we can’t wait to do it again.” Watch a video of the Eggy national anthem performance at Tuesday’s Cleveland Guardians game below.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Eggy (@eggymusic)

Eggy is in the midst of a particularly busy year. In addition to rolling out singles from their forthcoming sophomore LP, Waiting Game, Brownstein, Battat, Bailey, and Goodman are due to make their debuts at a number of notable venues and festivals in the coming months. After performing at Electric Forest today (6/20) and supporting Blues Traveler at Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre on July 4th, Eggy will continue on to festival gigs at Quincy, CA’s High Sierra Music Festival (7/5–7/7), Snowshoe, WV’s 4848 Festival (7/18–7/20), Jay, VT’s Jeezum Crow Festival (7/19–7/20), Check, VA’s FloydFest (7/24–7/27), East Aurora, NY’s Borderland Music Festival (9/13–9/15), Asbury Park, NJ’s Sea Hear Now (9/14–9/15), Austin, TX’s Austin City Limits Festival (10/6–10/6, 10/11–10/13), Live Oak, FL’s Suwannee Hulaween (10/24–10/27), and more. In August, the group will join Umphrey’s McGee as support for a run of amphitheater shows. For a full list of upcoming Eggy tour dates, head here.

Related: Eggy Shares New Single “Laurel”, An Ode To The Romantic Allure Of L.A. [Listen]

Tuesday’s a cappella “Star-Spangled Banner” at the Guardians/Mariners game came on the heels of Eggy’s debut performances at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival late last week. Watch a full, pro-shot video of the group’s Thursday, June 13th performance in the festival’s “This Tent” below.

Eggy – Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival – Full Set [Pro-Shot] – 6/13/24