Nancy Faust plays 'Succession' theme song before pitching change
Nancy Faust plays 'Succession' theme song before pitching change originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago
Nancy Foust, a renowned organist, hilariously played the "Succession" theme song after a pitching change.
She also played "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" and "Sweet Home Chicago" before the start of the game, filmed by NBC Sports Chicago's Chuck Garfien.
The one and only Nancy Faust is on the organ today for White Sox-Cubs!
I asked her to play a song for all the White Sox fans at home. ð¶ â¦@played41â© pic.twitter.com/HtgH4hWNdQ
— Chuck Garfien (@ChuckGarfien) March 17, 2023
Originally hired by the White Sox in 1970 to become the team's organist, she attended North Park University in Chicago and is a native of the city.
She's played the organ for not only the White Sox, but the Chicago Bulls and Blackhawks.
It was her playing of "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" paired with Harry Caray's signing that became a sensation at White Sox games. When Caray moved from Comiskey Field to Wrigley Field with the Cubs, he took the tradition with him.
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