Tomorrow marks a big day for the Stecker family. Pop star Skylar Stecker and her father, former NFL running back Aaron Stecker, head to Lambeau Field where Skylar will perform the national anthem for the Wisconsin Badgers game. This is a special event for Aaron, as he started off his college career with the Badgers. Seeing his daughter take the field with her own passion brings his love for the game full circle. Aaron mentioned:
“I’m so proud to see where she’s come from and how’s she’s grown over these years and she just keeps getting better and better which is awesome to see.”
Skylar is no stranger to singing national anthems in major arenas, having performed for the New Orleans Saints, UCLA, and Green Bay Packers games in the past. Through the support of her father and family, she has launched an already incredible music career, most recently dropping her single “Let It Show” (video above) and a remake of the classic “Sweet Dreams” with JX Riders (below). Her collaboration with JX Riders has climbed all the way to the #1 spot on the Billboard Dance Chart. As far as looking to the future, Skylar says
“I want to continue to grow and inspire other people…I love doing music and it’s amazing to see other people I’ve touched with my music.”
We look forward to seeing what Skylar has in store in the coming months and hope to see her take the field for more College Football games on ABC/ESPN with her father cheering on. Watch Skylar perform the national anthem on ABC at the start of the Wisconsin v LSU game tomorrow at 2:30PM CT.