The Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs the first and fourth verses here.
This drinking song provided the melody for "The Star-Spangled Banner."
The legendary guitarist performed this rendition at Woodstock in 1969.
Feliciano's rendition, performed before the fifth game of the 1968 World Series, provoked a huge controversy.
The singer discusses his controversial performance.
Gaye sang his rendition in 1983 before the NBA All-Star game.
The jazz singer used the words from "Lift Every Voice and Sing," also known as "The Black National Anthem," adopted by the NAACP in 1919.
Another professional singer stumbles over the words.
The singer sneaks a peek at his cheat sheet in order to make it through the song.