The Vegas Born Voice: Carnell “Golden Pipes” Johnson
Updated: May. 26, 2022 at 10:29 PM PDT
The atmosphere and pregame production inside T-Mobile Arena prior to a Golden Knights game has become a thing of legend around the NHL. Contributing to that medieval mystique is the national anthem, sung by Carnell Johnson, better known as Golden Pipes. The Las Vegas native has turned a standard segment at a sporting event into one of the most important and iconic moments inside the Fortress.
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