A record-setting performance by the Pittsburgh Steelers has given the NFL the world record for bass playing.
The Pittsburgh Post-gazette reported that the Steelers’ Aaron Rodgers and his crew were set to begin practicing the playing of the “Cannonball” bass line at noon on Sunday.
Rodgers was a fan of the popular band, and he had a custom bass that was tuned specifically for the game.
The Steelers were on the field to play the New York Jets at 1:30 p.m. when they began playing the Cannonball.
The crowd boos when Rodgers says the Cannonballs bass line, which is played with a snare drum, is a favorite of his.
Rodgers was joined on the sidelines by the Steelers and the Pittsburgh Steeler Band, which was playing along with the game on its own.
The band, which includes a few members from the band, played “Carmelo’s Gun” and other hits.
The team is known for its high-energy play, which has made it a favorite for fans.
The Steelers also play during the game, which typically ends around 3:30 or 4:30 in the evening.
The song was recorded at the Steelers practice facility on July 1, and the group’s bassist, Adam Lantz, is known as a bass virtuoso.
The Steelers will be playing “Camel” at the Super Bowl on Feb. 5.
The players’ practice is part of a six-day training camp for players on the roster, including a workout with the team’s first round pick in 2017.