Meet Christopher Duffley. A 14-year old kid who happens to be an incredible singer. Unfortunately, Chris is also blind and suffers from autism, but to think that has any effect on his ability to sing and his ability to enjoy life is dead wrong.
Chris was invited to perform the National Anthem in front of thousands of fans during a recent Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians game. As the New Hampshire teen belted out the Star Spangled Banner, the crowd erupted in cheer and joy.
According to his website, Christopher was born prematurely and rendered blind due to retinopathy of prematurity. The talented teen was discovered at a young age to have a perfect pitch for signing and now is scheduled to sing at events across the country. Rightfully so.
Press play above and watch Christoper Duffley sing the national anthem with such beautiful tone in the video above.