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2007 Boston Red Sox Media Guide


The park has also attracted an array of America’s top singers and musicians. In addition to Steven Tyler in 2002, the late Lou Rawls (national anthem) and the late Ray Charles (America the Beautiful) opened the 2003 season, and Boston’s James Taylor delivered an anthem for the ages near the close of Opening Week. Stephen Stills, Huey Lewis and the News, Country star (and Holliston, MA native) Jo Dee Messina and the Eagles’ Glenn Frey visited the park, as did Hollywood’s Rob Reiner, Spike Lee, Ben Affleck, and Jennifer Lopez. In 2004, Saturday Night Live’s Seth Myers made several visits, and former SNL star Jimmy Fallon spent many September days at Fenway with Drew Barrymore, as they used the location to shoot the Farrelly Brothers’ popular film, “Fever Pitch.” Guests have since included Jennifer Garner, Graham Nash, The Cowsills, the Kingston Trio, The Standells, The Dropkick Murphys, and members of the Beach Boys and the Bangles. From Boston’s rich history of classical music, guests have included Maestros John Williams, Seiji Ozawa, Keith Lockart, and world-renowned cellist, Yo-Yo Ma.

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