BPD Officers Sing National Anthem At Peace Officers Memorial

WASHINGTON (CBS) – Boston Police officers Kim Tavares and Stephen McNulty, known across the country for their singing abilities, performed the national anthem Wednesday at the annual National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service.

They sang in front of President Donald Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Attorney General William Barr and many other leaders who were in attendance for the Washington, D.C. event honoring fallen law enforcement officers.

The police department tweeted that they were “absolutely honored” to be part of the ceremony.

#PoliceWeek2019: #BPD Officers McNulty and Tavares are absolutely honored to be singing the National Anthem at today's Peace Officers' Memorial Service in Washington DC! pic.twitter.com/pmOJT3deF1

— Boston Police Dept. (@bostonpolice) May 15, 2019

Tavares and McNulty made headlines last summer with their “Cop Pool Karaoke” video, in which they ride around in a patrol car while singing “God Bless America.”

The pair has also performed “The Star-Spangled Banner” on the “Today” show and the department has shown them singing to celebrate the New England Patriots and the Boston Red Sox.

Listen to their national anthem performance in the video above.

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