Another country superstar hit the ice before Tuesday night's (May 2) 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs game, which pitted the Nashville Predators against the St. Louis Blues. Vince Gill was joined by his daughters Corrina and Jenny to perform the National Anthem ahead of Game 4 of the series, set at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena.

It was a true family affair, with Gill and his two girls showing off their Predators pride in classic gold jerseys. Gill really let his kin shine, allowing them to go solo at the end of the anthem, harmonizing beautifully before he jumped in on the last "brave." The crowd was clearly overjoyed by the performance — the trio was met with thunderous applause from the stands.

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This isn't the first time the country legend has asked his children to sing the revered anthem on the ice with him. He and Corrina sang the National Anthem in the same spot during the 2016 NHL All Star Game.

The Nashville Predators have invited several of country music's finest to perform the Star Bangled Banner ahead of these Stanley Cup Playoffs games. Carrie Underwood kicked things off when she came out to surprise everyone during Game 3 against the Chicago Blackhawks. Her husband Mike Fisher is not only a member of the Music City team, but is the captain — a position he assumed during the 2016-2017 season. Her rendition was followed by a performance from Luke Bryan at Game 4 and Little Big Town on Sunday (April 30).

The Predators currently lead the series against the St. Louis Blues 3-1.

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