Travel-Aires from “Hoosiers” to sing National Anthem at Pacers game Sunday

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (April 10, 2016) -- You've seen them in the movie "Hoosiers," and now's your chance to see them live!

The Travel-Aires, Kenny Jobe, Kent Kercheval, Darrin Lafferty and Dennis Lafferty, will be singing the National Anthem at the Pacers' 6PM game against the Nets Sunday.

The quartet hails from Kirklin, Indiana, and were popular on the fair and festival circuit before being cast in the movie as extras. The Travel-Aires sang for the film crew during breaks, and ended up being hired to shoot the National Anthem scene on the last day of filming. The scene was shot in only one take. You can also see the quartet in several other scenes, and hear them sing "Do Lord," as the team heads to their first away game.

The Travel-Aires' performance at the Pacers game will have the largest audience they've ever performed for. You can watch their performance below: