Press release from JetSet GetSet
photo by Angie Little
Teen country-music group Jetset Getset will belt out “The Star Spangled Banner” at Great American Ballpark on Tuesday, September 25, before the game between the Cincinnati Reds and the Milwaukee Brewers.
The group from Dearborn County, Indiana has been singing at fairs and festivals throughout the South and Midwest for the past two years, as well as on nationally syndicated RFD-TV in Nashville. But with the Reds drawing near-record crowds lately, Tuesday’s performance could be Jetset Getset’s biggest yet, in front of a live audience.
“Getting to perform at a Major League Baseball game means a lot,” said Kelli Jette, manager of Jetset Getset. “We grew up on Reds baseball. We are really excited to be supporting our favorite team and honoring America at the same time.”
Known for their three-part harmonies, Jetset Getset consists of singers Tori Little, 15; Sadie Loveland, 15; and Avery Eliason, 14. Ordinarily, they are backed by musicians Paul Kelley, 15; Jason Owens, 15; Aaron Smith, 16; and Justen Jette, 14. However, on Tuesday the girls will perform the national anthem a cappella.
Jetset Getset will soon release their first professionally recorded album, “Saturday Night,” produced by Nashville music veterans Jack Gale and Jim Pierce for Playback Records.