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Jim Nabors Farewell Performance at the 2014 Indianapolis 500

November 30, 2017

Prior to the start of the 2014 Indianapolis 500, Jim Nabors performed his final rendition of "Back Home Again in Indiana." Join us in celebrating his voice that echoed throughout the Indianapolis Motor Speedway every race day.

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Jim Nabors Farewell Performance at the 2014 Indianapolis 500
Prior to the start of the 2014 Indianapolis 500, Jim Nabors performed his final rendition of "Back Home Again in Indiana." Join us in celebrating his voice that echoed throughout the Indianapolis Motor Speedway every race day.
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