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Rochelle Lightfoot

Rochelle Marie Lightfoot, “The Sweetheart of Song” is an American multi-genre singer, songwriter, recording artist, actress, spokesperson and philanthropist. She is sought after for her thunderous “big voice”, and spirited performances. Renowned for her powerful rendition of the “The Star-Spangled Banner” she has performed the National Anthem before President Clinton, The U.S. Congress during President Obama’s Administration, the Miami Dolphins NFL Game and for U.S. Soccer Womens National Team for the SheBelieve’s World Cup on ESPN, before an international audience of more than 6 million people worldwide.

Ms. Lightfoot was born in Miami, Florida, raised in Dallas Texas, and is the second of four siblings. Rochelle is considered a naturally gifted vocal phenomenon or prodigy. As her mother Anna tells the story “she started singing when she was just 18 months old. “I was shocked hearing Rochelle mimicking the radio which was playing Aretha Franklin’s song RESPECT. She sang it in perfect pitch and has been singing ever since”.  A few years later she began sharing her vocal gift at churches, various community events and state pageantry competitions, often placing first in the talent category. During middle and high school, she also learned to play the viola, flute, and percussion instruments.  After graduating high school, she obtained management degrees from Miami Dade College and Florida International University.

As a mezzo-soprano, Rochelle exudes a colorful range of

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  • Rochelle Lightfoot - National Anthem - US Soccer WNT ESPN

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