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Canadian singer Diana Krall, left, cheers as she and her husband, singer Elvis Costello watch the Vancouver Canucks play the Nashville Predators during game 2 of an NHL Western Conference semi-final Stanley Cup playoff hockey series in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday April 30, 2011. Costello performed his hit song Pump It Up with local Vancouver band Odds in the moments before the opening faceoff. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck (DARRYL DYCK)
Canadian singer Diana Krall, left, cheers as she and her husband, singer Elvis Costello watch the Vancouver Canucks play the Nashville Predators during game 2 of an NHL Western Conference semi-final Stanley Cup playoff hockey series in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday April 30, 2011. Costello performed his hit song Pump It Up with local Vancouver band Odds in the moments before the opening faceoff. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck (DARRYL DYCK)

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Elvis was in the building during Saturday night's NHL playoff game between the Vancouver Canucks and Nashville Predators.

Elvis Costello performed his hit song Pump It Up with local Vancouver band Odds in the moments before the opening faceoff. Costello, wearing a hat and sunglasses, was shown performing on the video screen on the scoreboard.

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Odds play live during game breaks at playoff games.

Costello is married to jazz pianist and singer Diana Krall, who was born in Nanaimo, B.C.

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