Rosebud Sioux leader to sing national anthem at DNC
Robert Moore, a council member for the Rosebud Sioux Tribe of South Dakota, will sing the national anthem at the upcoming Democratic National Convention.

Moore, who supports Sen. Barack Obama (D-Illinois), will sing on Wednesday, August 27. The DNC called him a "distinguished singer" who has "established himself as a leader among communities in the Great Plains region, where he brings a focus to raising awareness of health disparities."

The convention takes place August 25-28 in Denver.

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South Dakotan to sing anthem at Democratic Convention (AP 8/20)

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