For a man most noted as the voice of patriotism for singing the National Anthem, Wayne Messmer was almost silenced. In 1994, victimized in an armed robbery attempt in Chicago, he was shot in the throat. Wayne’s miraculous comeback was chronicled in his book, The Voice of Victory. His inspirational keynotes pack a punch while touching on the power of forgiveness.
Wayne’s history with various sports teams is long: He’s been with the Chicago Cubs since 1985; three years as the field announcer and soloist for the Chicago White Sox; thirteen seasons as the celebrated soloist with the Chicago Blackhawks; the founding partner of the four-time Cup champion Chicago Wolves; and many other stints singing the anthem or announcing for other teams. Wayne also owns a financial services firm and is a celebrated Chicago recording artist and radio personality.
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