Grammy award winning singer, Wyonna Judd, was on hand for game one of the NLDS playoffs between the Los Angeles Dodgers and St. Louis Cardinals on Friday. Judd, with her bright orange and red hair, performed a unique rendition of the national anthem accompanied by her husband, Cactus Moser, on the marching drum.

Judd actually performed a great rendition of the anthem, taking us back to Civil War days as her deep booming voice echoed throughout the PA system with the steady beat of Cactus on the drums. Even more amazing than the duo’s performance, is the fact that Cactus performed the drum accompaniment on one leg, literally.

On August, 28th, 2012, Cactus was injured in a motorcycle crash. His left leg was amputated above the knee and for the past two years, he has completely re-learned how to walk and perform. Judd and Moser were married in 2011, and formed the band, The Big Noise, shortly thereafter. The band was loud, rocked and performed like Zepellin as they toured the country before Cactus’ accident.

Judd has helped rehabilitate her husband as his road to recovery has been a long and rocky one. Now that he can perform again, the band is back together, has a new album coming out, and is performing again. Their performance together for the national anthem is just the first of many as they reunite their passion for music together.

“He destroys his drums,” Judd said at the game “We have to fix them every night. In a way, I’ve let him get away with a lot that I probably wouldn’t have otherwise, like smacking me on the butt, or patting me on the head, because I don’t let anyone touch my hair. I have such a joy when I am with him.”