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New songs to get Packers fans excited for NFC Championship

Joe Salvo
Posted at 4:00 AM, Jan 21, 2021
and last updated 2021-01-21 07:08:52-05

GREEN BAY (NBC26) — Most packers fans know the classic anthem, Bang the Drum All Day.

Over the past couple weeks, fans have heard some new songs to jam out too.

Joe Salvo, a Madison native who now lives in Nashville, Tennessee, put a song together on Tik Tok.


Duet me! ##SeaShanty ##nfl ##shantytok ##fyp ##aaronrodgers ##davanteadams @ajdillon2 ##playoffs @nfl @jamaal_williams @packers

♬ original sound - Joseph Salvo

"Maybe I can do something, throw something together," he recalled thinking before he made the song.

After putting in about 15 minutes to write the sea shanty-style song, Salvo posted it to Tik Tok, and it went viral. It even got a duet from the Packers official Tik Tok.


##duet with @sephsalvo This will be stuck in your head for weeks! 🔥🎶 ##gopackgo ##nflplayoffs ##seashanty

♬ original sound - Joseph Salvo

Usually Salvo and all his college friends who went to UW Madison together would go to at least one away game every year, but this is the first year he didn't go to see the Packers play. The response he's gotten from packers fans is keeping him going, he said.

“This was my first TikTok video that I ever made, and I did not realize that all these people would jump on it," said Salvo. "I think because everyone’s kind of quarantining and we’re not having a lot of that face-to-face contact, I wanted to make it so that people could collaborate and sing with us and kind of see that solidarity."

Some fans remembered seeing the Tik Tok.

"I think it's fun, I think it makes people more excited to watch the Packers," said Jennifer Doine.

Other fans have been jamming out to a different tune; rapper Lil Wayne, who might be one of the Packers most famous fans, dropped a new song called 'Green and Yellow,' a sequel to his 2011 hit.

"I've heard it a couple times," said Nick Stenstrup. "I'm not much of a hip hop fan."

Even if it might not be his favorite song, Alvin Vanderliest said it'll bring good luck to the team.

"I've listen to it on two different occasions, and personally I like the first one better," he said. "Whenever Lil Wayne puts out another song, that's good mojo for the Green Bay Packers."